The course aims to teach students basic aspects of dealing with emergencies, with an emphasis on those occurring in the street with a particular emphasis on Knife wounds and multiple casualty scenarios.
Handling ‘life-threatening’ situations are covered as well as recognizing and responding to some of the more common injuries that may be encountered on the street.
On completion of the course, delegates will be able to recognise and deal with:
- Managing an Emergency situation
- Administer First Aid to an unconscious casualty (including seizures)
- Administer CPR
- Management of a wounded & bleeding casualty
- Administer First aid to a casualty suffering from shock
- Provide appropriate First aid for injuries (including broken limbs, multiple injuries, etc)
- Head Injuries
There are no Prerequisites for this course.
The course is ideal for Volunteers, Street Wardens, Community Support Officers, Carers of young children, secondary school students and teachers and anyone who feels that basic knowledge in the subject would be useful to them.
Typical Interest Groups
Volunteers, Street Wardens, Community Support Officers and Carers of young children Parents, Foster Carers, Grand-Parents, Relatives, Secondary School Students, and Teachers
On completion of the course, delegates will receive a ‘Street Wise First Aider’ certificate which is valid for three years.
Maximum of 12 candidates
£15 per person or £149 per group
Maximum 12 persons