First-Aid and Basic Life Support Training April 2019 - Missions - Sedunia
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Mission Description

Learn Basic First Aid Over Two Days

Equip yourself with the ability to respond in this 2 days First-Aid Training Workshop by CERT Academy to get certified as a First Aider! Hone your First-aid skills through a collection of interactive first-aid theory and practical skills and be more equipped to impact responsibly.

Fee: RM 300 per person
Date: 27th - 28th April
Venue: The Compass Bandar Sunway
Please book your space by purchasing a ticket.

Objectives of the Course
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

▪ Perform Basic Life Support Skill such as CPR & Choking.
▪ Understand the importance of Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to increase survival rate.
▪ Render First Aid Management for various injuries such as bleeding, burn, shock, fracture, and spinal injuries
▪ Understand systematic approach to survey & diagnose patient.
▪ Become a Qualified First Aider & comply with legal provision: Occupational Safety & Health Act 1994.

The training programmes cover the following areas:

  • Introduction to Basic Life Support
  • Automated External Defibrillator
  • Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
  • Shock
  • Bleeding and Wounds
  • Introduction to First Aid Kit
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Rescuing and Moving
  • Bone, Muscle and Extremity Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries & Patient Transportation

At the end of each day you will be tested on the skills you've gained from the and upon completion of the whole course get a First Aider Card (valid for 3 years) upon passing the exam.

9.00–9.15 am (15 min)Registration
9.15 - 9.45 am (30 min)Introduction to The Course
▪Ice Breaking
▪Rules of Games
9.45 - 10.30 am (45 min )About Death
▪Clinical death and brain death
▪Common Causes of Sudden Death: Heart Attack, Cardiac Arrest,
▪Introduction for Chain of survival
10.30 am–10.45 pm (15 min )Break
10.45–11.45 a m (1 hour )Basic Life Support (2015 ECSI and AHA Guidelines)
▪Comparison between 2015 & previous CPR guideline
▪Emergency action principle
▪Concept of CPR
▪Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for adult, child and infant
▪Recovery position
11.45 am–12.4 5 pm (1 hour)Practical–Basic Life Support
▪CPR for adult, child and infant
▪Speed & Depth of chest compression
▪When to stop CPR
▪Recovery position & purpose
12.45 am–1.45 pm (1 hour)Lunch
1.45–2.15 pm (30 min )Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
▪AED operation
▪AED application
▪Special considerations
2.15–3.00 pm (45 min )Practical - Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
3.00–3.30 pm (30 min)Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (Choking) - Heimlich Maneuver
▪Sign and symptom of airway obstruction
▪Choking management for adult, children and infant
▪Special consideration–obesity and pregnant
3.30–3.45 pm (15 min)Break
Course Schedule - Basic Occupationa l First Aid, CPR & AED Training - Day Two (2)
3.45–4.15 pm (30 min)Shock
▪Causes of shock
▪The progression of shock
▪Care for shock
4.15–4.45 pm (30 min)Bleeding and Wounds
▪Care of wounds
▪Impaled objects
▪Gunshot wounds
▪Closed wounds
▪Penetrating wound
▪Disease precautions
4.45–5.00 pm (15 min)Prac tical–Dressings and Bandaging
9.00–10.30 am (1 hour 30min)Skill Assessment For
▪Basic life support
▪Recovery position
▪Airway obstruction
10.30 - 10.45 amBreak
10.45 - 11.05 am (20 min)Introduction To First Aid Kit (DOSH Guideline)
▪DOS H requirement
▪Function of each item
11.05–11.3 5 am (30 min)Burns and Scalds
▪Degree of Burn
▪Management of burns & scalds
▪Chemical Burn
11.35–11.50 am (15 min)Pra ctical–Rescuing & Moving
▪Shoulder Drag
▪Ankle Drag
▪Human Crutch
▪Cradle Carry
▪Piggyback Carry
▪Firefighter Carry
▪Extremity Carry
▪Two Handed Seat Carry
11.5 0 - 12.3 5pm (45 min)Practical - Bone, Muscle and Extremity Injuries
▪Bone injury (fractures)
▪Sprains & Strains
▪Types of splints
▪Splinting guidelines
▪Splinting specific areas
12.3 5–1.00 pm (2 5 min)Practical - Spinal Injuries & Patient Transportation
▪Spinal injuries
▪Recognizing spinal injuries
▪Care for spinal injuries
▪Immobilizing the head and spine
▪Log roll
▪Helmet removal
▪Applying collar
1.00–2.00 pm (1 hour )Lunch
2.00–2.15 pm (15 min)Patient Assessment
▪Scene size - up
▪Primary and secondary survey
▪Medical History
2.15–4.00 pm (1 hour 45 min )Mock - drill and Skill Assessment
▪Scenario based learning (complicated emergency situations)
▪Role play and team work
▪The strength and weakness on oneself
▪Post mortems and de - briefing
4.00–4.15 pmBreak
4.15–4.45 pm (30 min)Written Assessment–Multiple Choice Questions
4.45–5.0 0 pmEvaluation and Closing

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When & Where

The Compass
No. 20, Jalan PJS 11/18, Bandar Sunway
Subang Jaya
47500, Other
GPS Coordinates: 3.0692457, 101.5998133

27 Apr 2019 09:00 am (Saturday)
28 Apr 2019 06:00 pm (Sunday)

Mission Hours
16 hours

Ticket Price
RM 300

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