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British Red Cross First Aid at Work Course?

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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
Has anyone here done the British Red Cross First Aid at Work (three day) Course? I am booked to go on one in the next couple of weeks and am rather nervous!

Just wondering if anyone here has gone one and if so, how did you find it?

Thanks
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7y, 4d agoPosted 7 years, 4 days ago
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#1
Done it and its really interesting, but not for my mate who had to do CPR on a colleague on the course on the 3rd day!!! The teacher panicked and couldn't do a thing!!!!!!!
#2
Plenty of paper and a pen, some interest and you'll be fine.

You might even get a bit of mouth to mouth action from Annie
[mod]#3
fifitrix123;7047170
Done it and its really interesting, but not for my mate who had to do CPR on a colleague on the course on the 3rd day!!! The teacher panicked and couldn't do a thing!!!!!!!


I assume said colleague carked it on the course or were they trying to kill him. lol
#4
beat me to it-no responsible first aid course would do cpr on a live person-very strange.
#5
I have to do mine every 2 yrs-- for some reason the kids Dad only has to repeat his every 3 yrs.

Don't be nervous babes, it's interesting and fun xxxx
#6
Yep - I have to do it too, every 2 years,
It's good... and usually tailored around what you do
#7
jtx
Plenty of paper and a pen, some interest and you'll be fine.

You might even get a bit of mouth to mouth action from Annie


I assume Annie is the freaky looking CPR doll? I hate those things :x

I think it will be really interesting but I am just a bit nervous about it all. I have no idea what I need to take with me and to be honest the B.R.C have not been all that helpful with letting me know! I did ask them if I needed to bring paper and pens, etc but I got no reply!
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kimbyanne;7047430
I assume Annie is the freaky looking CPR doll? I hate those things :x

I think it will be really interesting but I am just a bit nervous about it all. I have no idea what I need to take with me and to be honest the B.R.C have not been all that helpful with letting me know! I did ask them if I needed to bring paper and pens, etc but I got no reply!


All you need is yourself........they will provide everything you need. :)
#9
So what generally is covered? Are there any needles involved (Epi-Pens?) as I am not good with needles (I will make such a good first aider!) although saying that, the other first aider on my floor doesn't like blood!
#10
kimbyanne;7047498
So what generally is covered? Are there any needles involved (Epi-Pens?) as I am not good with needles (I will make such a good first aider!) although saying that, the other first aider on my floor doesn't like blood!


just dummy face sucking and compressions lol

needles ? you have to train for years for that ;-)
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kimbyanne;7047498
So what generally is covered? Are there any needles involved (Epi-Pens?) as I am not good with needles (I will make such a good first aider!) although saying that, the other first aider on my floor doesn't like blood!


For a work course it will be things like assessing injuries, dealing with concussion, how to try and stop bleeding, applying bandages, how to perform CPR. Just the basics. :)

Don't worry, you won't be sticking needles.
#12
I did the wallace cameron one which is 5 days-no needles covered-they did cover all the different types of inhalers and how to recognise diabetic shock etc but if an idiot like me can pass,anyone can!
#13
Hope you like role-play!
#14
Course details:

http://www.redcrossfirstaidtraining.co.uk/?page=CourseDetails&CourseID=CT-FA3

Course contents includes:
[LIST]
[*]Principles of first aid
[*]The role of the first aider
[*]Minor conditions including small cuts and grazes, bruises, small splinters
[*]Contents of a first aid kit
[*]Reporting & aftercare
[*]Blood loss and shock
[*]Burns & scalds
[*]Eye injuries
[*]Fractures & dislocations, including spinal injuries
[*]Sprains & strains
[*]Causes of unconsciousnes
[*]The recovery position[/LIST]In addition the course will cover a practical guide to major conditions, including
[LIST]
[*]Diabetes
[*]Seizures
[*]Asthma
[*]Heart attack
[*]Cardio-pulmanory Resuscitation
[*]Choking
[*]Stroke
[*]Sudden poisoning
[*]Anaphylactic shock[/LIST]
[mod]#15
choc1969;7047614
Course details:

http://www.redcrossfirstaidtraining.co.uk/?page=CourseDetails&CourseID=CT-FA3

Course contents includes:[LIST]
[*]Principles of first aid
[*]The role of the first aider
[*]Minor conditions including small cuts and grazes, bruises, small splinters
[*]Contents of a first aid kit
[*]Reporting & aftercare
[*]Blood loss and shock
[*]Burns & scalds
[*]Eye injuries
[*]Fractures & dislocations, including spinal injuries
[*]Sprains & strains
[*]Causes of unconsciousnes
[*]The recovery position[/LIST]In addition the course will cover a practical guide to major conditions, including[LIST]
[*]Diabetes
[*]Seizures
[*]Asthma
[*]Heart attack
[*]Cardio-pulmanory Resuscitation
[*]Choking
[*]Stroke
[*]Sudden poisoning
[*]Anaphylactic shock[/LIST]


And after they've made you have each one of the above you'll feel like ****. :lol: ;-)
#16
Yep he carked it after all that!!

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