- Basic Life Support (BLS). This covers BLS and choking for adults and children.
- BLS and choking for adults and children, plus a demonstration of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED). This course is ideal for non-clinical staff. Allow an hour for this course
- The Chain of Prevention followed by BLS for adults and children; then anaphylaxis training plus an overview of how the heart works and a demonstration of an AED. This is the standard course for GP surgeries. It is rated as "Excellent" by the CQC in East Sussex. Allow an hour and a half for this course
- BLS course as 3 above plus medical emergencies (Anaphylaxis, Asthma, Heart attack and Angina, Hypoglycaemia, Epilepsy and seizures, Fainting) and the use of emergency oxygen and the insertion of the oro-pharyngeal airway plus the use of emergency drugs. Lyn will also advise on the drug box. This course is for dental surgeries and qualifies for 3 hours CPD. Allow two hours for the actual training session plus time for 'reflective practice'
- Extended Life Support (ELS) is the same as 3 above but has an emphasis on life threatening cardiac arrhythmias, insertion of the supra-glottal airway and practical workshops of mock scenarios. This is a 3 hour course and is suitable for all clinicians and nursing staff on in-patient units.
- Allergy and anaphylaxis training - including causes, signs and symptoms plus the use of auto-injector pens. This course can include BLS and Choking, if required, and is aimed at schools. We can also include Tracheostomy Resuscitation Training for specialist schools.
- Epilepsy and administration of Buccal Midazolam/Rectal Paraldehyde. This is aimed at carers and specialist children's services. We can also include a general Administration of Medicines course into this if needed.
- Understanding ECGs. A basic course aimed at pre-registered nurses, rusty post registered nurses, mental health nurses and HCAs
- Emergency First Aid at Work. This is the nationally recognised one day course and the certificates are valid for 3 years. We can accept up to 15 candidates on this course when we use 2 trainers. It is available to everyone, whether clinical or non-clinical. We provide workbooks and a paperback booklet to all candidates. We are accredited through the First Aid Industry Body
- Identifying the Deteriorating Patient. 2 hour course aimed at clinical staff either in the community or working on in-patient units. This teaches the ABCDE approach to identifying signs of Sepsis and the development of other conditions where a patient is becoming critically unwell. It consists of roughly an hour of theory followed by an hour of practical workshops and discussions in groups.
- Basic First Aid is a course tailored to specific needs or situations. We will certify, but it is not nationally recognised. The course usually takes 3 hours and will cover CPR, recovery position, choking, burns, scalds, bleeding and any other requirements specific to your work base. Hand-outs will be given to each candidate but not a full First Aid book
The contents of all of our courses are based upon the Resuscitation Council UK 2015 guidelines and we update all courses and hand-outs whenever there is a change made. Latest change to hand-outs was 3rd November 2015. First Aid follows the Health and Safety (First Aid) guidelines and regulations and those advised by the First Aid Industry Body and Ofqual. There have been changes made to First Aid from November 2015 and our courses and hand-outs are up to date and compliant
We produce certificates for each candidate for each course. For Dental Courses these will have your GDC number included, a statement of CPD hours and aims and objectives plus course content on the reverse to comply with latest CPD requirements and guideline. EFAW certificates have our unique centre number and are nationally recognised. They are valid for three years