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Paediatric BLS/AED, and Emergency First Aid
About this course
Paediatric patients’ course which includes Scene assessment, barrier use, primary assessment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), conscious and unconscious choking management and use of AED.
|Course Title||Paediatric BLS/AED and Emergency First Aid|
|Programme Duration||6 Hours (3 Hours Theory & 3 Hours Practice)|
|Mode of Delivery||Online Lectures & Face-to-face Practice|
|Certification||Certificate of Course Completion (Valid for 3 Years)|
- Aged 16+ upon entry of course
- Communicate using oral and written English
€46.00 (including Training Kit Package)
Course Price Includes:
Training delivered by a qualified Nurse Instructor with experience in emergency setting
Course covers the physical, psychological, emotional, and legal aspect of patients and the emergency first responder
Latest training equipment includes QCPR manikins and latest models of AED trainer
Certificate of Course Completion – Valid for 3 years
Identification CPR and First Aid trained wallet card
Free of charge course for participants that fail first attempt course. Individual evaluation
Delivering training at Apex Academy or one’s place of choice
Tea / Coffee offered by the Apex Acdemy
Strict infection control measures
Surgical gloves during practice to each participant
For BLS/AED – the dummies’ lungs changed with every session and all manikins will be disinfected post lecture
The use of disposable disinfection wipes between each participant. Wipes used covers Tuberculocidal, virucidal, fungicidal and bactericidal.
The Training Kit Package includes:
- One 3-inch bandage
- One triangular bandage
- One packet of swabs
- A pair of gloves
Training kit for participant to keep.
Friday 10th June from 18:00 – 21:00
Saturday 25th June (Practical) at Apex Academy, Birkirkara from 12:00 – 15:00
Learning Outcomes for Knowledge obtained at the end of the programme:
The learner will be able to:
Perform Primary Care for infants and young teens.
Course includes, scene assessment; barrier use; primary assessment; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR); conscious and unconscious choking management and use of AED.
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Age Group: 16+
Existing health care professionals or applicants who may wish to learn Paediatric BLS/AED, and Emergency First Aid
It is important that you are on time. Ideally you are in front of your computer a few minutes before the lecture starts.
If possible, try to be in a quiet room without background noise. If you have a camera, the teacher and the other students will see you when your camera is on.
To ask a question you need to raise your hand on the system. When you join the class, you are all muted to avoid background noise. The teacher will unmute you when it is time to answer your question.
Please follow the below instructions:
• Mute yourself except when you have the floor.
• Raise your hand virtually for permission to speak.
• Keep your video on for attendance purposes.
• Avoid distracting backgrounds or activities.
Licence Number: 2019-010