1 Day Learn how to save a life

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

This course is for anyone over 16 who wants to learn adult first aid for their everyday life, rather than as a requirement of their job (in which case a workplace course could be more suitable).

It is ideal for people who are more likely to need to use first aid, e.g. if you play sports, enjoy travelling, commute regularly or care for a relative.

This one-day course is for anyone aged 16+ who wants to learn first aid for adults. 

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Learn how to save a life USA

COURSE INFORMATION

It covers a range of life-saving skills such as unresponsiveness, heart attack, choking and seizures.

The course attracts people looking to learn first aid for many different reasons, such as:

  • wanting to be able to help their family, friends or neighbours
  • preparing for university or working abroad during a gap year
  • being involved with local community groups or sports clubs
  • having experienced a real life emergency.

If you need first aid training as a requirement of your job, a workplace course could be more suitable.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • instructor
  • Training equipment
  • Exams
  • Awards
  • Classroom
  • Range (where applicable)
  • Ammo (where applicable)
  • Kitchen with microwave and Fridge

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED:

  • Accommodation (where applicable)
  • Food and beverages
  • Flights (where applicable)
  • Airport Transfers (where applicable)
  • Safety Glasses (where applicable)
  • Ear Defenders (where applicable)
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Course Length

1 DAY

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Award in 1 Day Learn how to save a life

Course Cost

$$$

Location

Los Angeles - California - USA

date

Course Dates

2nd Of Every Month

Assessments

Skill Prerequisites

None

Topics

You’ll receive practical, hands-on learning. Our friendly trainers will help you learn some key skills you really need to know:

  • dealing with an emergency
  • unresponsive – breathing
  • unresponsive – not breathing (cardiopulmonary resuscitation – CPR)
  • seizures
  • burns
  • bleeding heavily
  • broken bones, strains and sprains
  • head injury
  • choking
  • heart attack
  • stroke
  • severe allergic reaction
  • diabetic emergency.
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