This session is for schools, colleges, the community and any other educational setting, where the teaching focuses on emergency first aid for every-day situations. Positive messages are included in these sessions and students will discuss the benefits to the community of helping a casualty, in support of community cohesion and social and emotional literacy.
Outline: Students will identify personal safety risks for first-aiders at an incident. They will assess a casualty and practice a range of techniques aimed at preserving life. The session is fully interactive and where appropriate students may engage in practical activities to support the learning.
Format: The teaching for individual groups can be delivered over 50 and 90 minute sessions, although timings can be flexible. Group sizes can vary, with a recommended maximum of 15 students at a time. Larger groups can be accommodated by arrangement.
Your trainer is well resourced with the correct equipment, enabling all students to practice life saving skills effectively.