ADVANCE FIRST AID
& CPR TRAINING COURSE C O U R S E O V E RV I E W
This program is aim to provide additional specialist modules for Basic First Aider to enhance their competency level and enable them to deal effectively with any unique hazards, toxic chemicals or other significant hazards or conditions exists in their workplace. (e.g. Offshore, Maritime, Aviation, Airport, Shipyard, petrochemical plant, Electronics or any high risk workplace). It is also designed for people with job-related duties in emergency preparedness and response. This includes nurses, law enforcement and EMS personnel, fire fighters, business and industry response teams, lifeguards, flight attendants, and others who must take action in emergency situations. In addition, the program includes few latest developed modules like: 2010 CPR and ECC Guidelines, Automated external defibrillator, Disaster Preparedness, Multiple Casualty Incident, Behavioral Emergencies – Crisis Intervention, etc.
THE TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS
Through an intensive training approach like numerous of casualty simulations, mock drills and practical sessions, thus, the participants will be capable in performing higher level of emergency care that includes: � Oxygen Administration � Using Bag-Valve-Mask device � Inserting Oral Airways � Provide Early Defibrillation � Immobilizing the Head and Spine � Applying different type of splints � Triage for Multiple Casualty Incident
W H O S H O U L D AT T E N D ?
• OSH Practitioners: SHO, OHD, OHN, IHT,CHRA • HealthCare Provider: Dr, SRN, MA, etc • Basic First Aider • Emergency Response Team Member and Leader • First Aid Team Leader • law enforcement and EMS personnel • fire fighters • lifeguards • flight attendants • Anyone who involved in workplaces with high risk
TRAINING APPROACH AND METHODOLOGIES Theory Session - Dynamic & Highly Engaging Presentation - Interactive and Fun - Engaging audio-visual aids; real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia presentation Practical session - Hand-on experience - Participant-centered Mock-drill session - Experiential Learning - Scenario based Learning
COURSE OUTCOMES & OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: • Describe and demonstrate advanced First Aid skill for wide range of injuries and illnesses • Demonstrate and practice of HealthCare Provider CPR according to 2005 CPR and ECC guidelines • Demonstrate the ability in using life saving equipments e.g. Airway adjuncts, Oxygen Therapy set, BagValve-Mask, AED, etc. • Acquire special knowledge and skills to deal any unique hazards, toxic chemicals or other significant hazards or conditions in the respective workplace.
THE ASSESSMENT Theory - Multiple Choice Questions Practical - Skill demonstrations / Mock Drill / Scenario Based
C E RT I F I C AT I O N Having completed and passed the course, participants will be awarded with a Certificate of Proficiency.
VA L I D I T Y All certificates of proficiency and course completion card are only valid for 2 years from the date of examination, thereafter the participants need to undergo refresher training for means of re-certification.
E N T RY R E Q U I R E M E N T S
• Physically and mentally fit • Experience being first aider is an advantage and highly recommended
RECOGNITION : International Education Center For :
Our Curriculum Accordance To :
Reviewed By : American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Proudly Organized By : We are an approved training provider Category A (Serial No.2358) with Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB/HRD) TRAINING CONSULTANCY AND SKILLS
Department Of Occupational American Heart Safety And Health Association (DOSH/JKKP) Guideline On First Aid In 2010 ECC And CPR Guideline The Workplace
FOR MORE INFORMATION,PLEASE CALL : MR. TEY|012 630 9119
Interntional Liaison Committee On Resuscitation CoSTR 2010
ADVANCE FIRST AID
& CPR TRAINING COURSE
Death • Clinical and Brain death • Time Factor • Common Causes of Sudden Death
Skill Assessment for: • Basic life support • Recovery position • Airway obstruction • AED Application
Chain of Survival • Introduction to cardiovascular system • Introduction to respiratory system • Chain of survival • Introduction to automated external defibrillator (AED) Basic Life Support 2010 CPR and ECC Guidelines • Emergency Action Principle • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for adult, child and infant Practical session 1 • Basic life support • Recovery position Automated External Defibrillator (AED) • AED Operation • AED Application • Special Considerations Airway obstruction (Choking) • Heimlich Maneuver and Unconscious Choking Patient Management • Adult, Children and Infant Practical session • Heimlich Maneuver and Unconscious Choking Patient Management • Adult, Children and Infant • Automated External Defibrillator Skill Assessment for: • Basic life support • Recovery position • Airway obstruction
A motivation about “ deciding to help or not to help” • Don’t simply give up • Do something is always better than do nothing • A simplify version of Lay Rescuer CPR Airway Management and Oxygen Administration • Opening the airway • Basic airway adjuncts • Supplemental oxygen • Oxygen-delivery equipment • Assisted and artificial ventilation Bone, Muscle and Extremity Injuries (Theory ) • Bone injury (fractures) • Joint Injuries • Sprains, Dislocations • Strains, Contusions • Cramps Head and Spinal Injuries (Theory) • Scalp wounds, Skull fracture, Brain injuries • Eye injuries, Ear injuries, Nose injuries, Dental injuries • Spinal injuries Practical – Splinting Extremities, Immobilization • Types of splints • Splinting Guidelines • Slings • Splinting Specific Areas Practical – Spinal Injuries • Immobilizing the head and spine • Log roll, • Helmet removal, apply collar Rescuing and Moving victims (Practical) • Victim rescue • Emergency moves, non-emergency moves • Drags, one-person moves, two/three-person moves
ADVANCE FIRST AID
& CPR TRAINING COURSE DAY 3
Bleeding and Wounds (Theory) • Care of wounds • Amputations • Blisters • Impaled objects • Gunshot wounds • Closed wounds • Penetrating wound
Bites and Stings (Theory) • Human bites • Animal bites • Snake bites • Insect stings • Spider bites • Embedded ticks
Multiple Casualty Incident Management • Triage Process • Triage Priority • Triage Tag • Triage Technique
Behavioral Emergencies • Depression Bandaging and Dressing Practical • Suicide • Aggressive, hostile, and Burns and scalds (Theory) violent behavior • Thermal • Calming a person • Chemical • Sexual abuse and rape • Electrical • Child abuse and neglect Heat Related Emergencies (Theory) • Domestic abuse • Elder abuse • Heat cramps • Heat exhaustion Chest, Abdominal, and Pelvic • Heatstroke Injuries (Theory & Practical) Cold – Related Emergencies • rib Fractures, fail chest • nonfreezing cold injuries • impaled object in chest • freezing cold injuries • sucking chest wound • frostbite • pelvis injuries • hypothermia • dehydration Shock (Theory) • Causes of shock Medical Emergencies (Theory) • The progression of shock • Heart attack • Care for shock • Angina • Stroke (brain attack) Skill review and Mock drill 1 • Asthma • Victim assessment • Hyperventilation • Scenario based learning • Altered mental status (complicated emergency situa• Diabetic emergencies tions) • Seizures • Role play and Team work • Fainting • The strength and weakness on • Abdominal Distress oneself • Post Mortems and De-briefing Poisoning (Theory) • Ingested (swallowed) • Alcohol and drug emergencies • Carbon monoxide poisoning
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION, CPR
CLIENT LIST :
Knowledge Revision Skill Revision . Skill assessment Mock drill Assessment • Scenario based Assessment (complicated emergency situations) • Role play and Team work • The strength and weakness on oneself • Post Mortems and De-briefing Evaluation and Closing End of the course
SCENARIO BASED LEARNING (MOCK UP CASES WITH MAKE UP CASUALTY)