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US ID 120496 - NQF Level 2 - Credits 5

First Aid Level 2 (22 hours) - Course Outline

The level 2 first aid course is focused on providing primary first aid care in
the workplace in response to health emergencies, particularly those
arising from an occupational risk in the specific workplace. First aid level 2
is a pre-requisite for doing the advanced first aid level 3 course. This First
Aid level 2/Intermediate training course incorporates the specific outcomes
and assessment criteria of the SAQA registered Unit Standard.

•  Communication at NQF Level 1 or ABET Level 4.
•  Mathematical Literacy at NQF Level 1.
•  In order for the learner to achieve this unit standard the learner must
   already be competent in: Unit Standard ID 14656: "Demonstrate an
   understanding of sexuality and sexually transmitted infections including
   HIV/AIDS". Duration: 22 hours

Level 2 first aid training includes: demonstrating the principles of primary
emergency care; assessing and controlling an emergency scene in the
workplace; demonstrating emergency life support for adults, children and
infants (including performing cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), using
an automated external defibrillator (AED) and managing a choking
emergency); managing bleeding and shock; doing a secondary assess-
ment of the sick or injured person and providing appropriate emergency
care at the scene with reference to the potential risks found in the
particular workplace and keeping records of the incident/accident. Our
first aid courses are designed to help learners to work logically, efficiently
and effectively when assessing and managing an emergency by using a
systematic approach to first aid.


First Aid Level 2 Course Contents:

•  The principles of emergency care in the workplace.
•  Preparedness for health emergencies in the workplace.
•  Assessing and managing an emergency scene in the workplace.
•  The primary survey.
•  Emergency life support for adults, children and infants, including single
   and two persons CPR, artificial respiration, using an AED and managing
   a choking patient.
•  Bleeding and shock; anaphylactic shock
•  The secondary survey.
•  Management of wounds; soft tissue injuries.
•  Common injuries.
•  Head and spinal injuries.
•  Fractures.
•  Joint injuries and rescue carries.
•  Chest, hand and eye injuries.
•  Pelvic and abdominal injuries.
•  Burns.
•  Environmental illness and injuries.
•  Poisoning, bites and stings.
•  Medical emergencies common in the workplace including: diabetes,
   epilepsy, asthma, stroke, heart attack.
•  First aid and follow-up treatment.
•  Recording an incident/accident.

Course duration: 3 Days
Time: 08h00 – 16h00
Price: R985-00 per person excl. VAT
Cost includes: First Aid Training Manual, Laminated Memory Card,
Assessment & Portfolio of Evidence, Certificate of Competence valid for
3 years.

Course Details
Venue: On Site or IEFA Training Centre - Dates available upon request.
No. of Learners: On site minimum 8, maximum 25
Course Accreditation: HWSeta (Accreditation No. LG141P)

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