Save Lives With DEFIB Machines
The chances of successful defibrillation decline at a rate of 7-10% with each minute passed, and although basic life support may help to sustain a shockable rhythm, it is not a definitive treatment.
Defibrillators administer measured electric shocks during CPR to people in cardiac arrest and is the best way of increasing the chance of survival. We offer a half-day course in Automated External Defibrillation (AED) training which conforms to the current Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines.
The (AED) training syllabus includes:
• Recognition and treatment of conscious/unconscious heart attack
• Demonstrate CPR and discuss the rationale for CPR
• The conditions where AED can be used and what AED does
• Be able to apply the pad in the correct position on a dummy and connect them to a machine
• Be able to describe the additional items that may be need to apply pads on people
• Demonstrate the correct process for CPR with and AED attached in various scenarios on the machine
All fire marshall training courses are certificated and comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and is presented by means of tutorials, practical exercises and group discussions.
Qualification & Assessment
This course is presented by means of tutorials, practical exercises and group discussions during which Tutors will continually asses delegates. Upon Successful completion of the course the delegate will be awarded a certificate for Automated External Defibrillation.
Our automated external defibrillation (AED) training courses are competitively priced and we aim to beat any equivalent training quote.
The training venue should be quiet and undisturbed.
Staff should not be expected to be on duty.
Staff attending should remain for the entire length of the session.
All our courses are compliant with heath and safety executive guidelines and designed to help you meet and exceed the standards expected by the Care Quality Commission.