Virtual course on Basic First Aid using Zoom
Please email us to request for a Zoom session. We can customise the course to your need or leading to an accredited qualification.
: Virtual course using Zoom;
: Certificate of attendance.
Online First Aid courses:
We also offer online First Aid courses on EFAW and FAW.
To obtain an accredited certificate on EFAW, in addition to the Zoom course or the online course, you will be required to attend a 4-hour classroom face-to-face course to complete the theory and practical assessments on cpr, recovery position, bleeding, shock, etc.
Course type: Online course;
Certificates: Certificate can be downloaded upon completion.
For more information, please
Call 02081338552 or
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This virtual course is offered as a standalone course. However, if you need to receive an accredited certificate, you will need to attend an additional 4-hour classroom course which will include the theory test and practical assessments. Please call 020 8133 8552 for more details.
You will need to be able to use Zoom to fully participate in the virtual classroom. Please do not book this course if you can't use Zoom. Zoom is free to download and you do not have to pay a subscription to use this. Zoom sessions will be automatically recorded as standard. The recordings will only be shared with our Awarding Body and will be kept in confidential storage. Recordings may be required for External Quality Assurance to be conducted by our Awarding Body.
Introduction to first aid
what is first aid
first aid in the workplace
responsibilities of first aider
Assessing an incident
Chain of survival
Managing an unconscious casualty who is breathing normally
Managing an unconscious casualty who is not breathing
- Principles of resuscitation
- Adult basic life support
- Compression only CPR
Responding to a casualty who is choking
- How to recognise a partial blockage of the airway
- How to recognise a complete blockage of the airway
- Types of bleeding
- Wounds and embedded objects
- Minor injuries
For more information, please contact us: by email at email@example.com or by phone at 020 8133 8552.
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