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Course Aim: To provide students with the basic techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and the relief of choking for adults, children and infants.

 

Course Structure: The course is run over a 4.5 hour duration and utilises the very latest technology to maximise student learning. The emphasis is on maximum practical skills training. 

 

Course Content Overview:

 

  • Early warning signs of Heart Attack
  • Patient Care Reporting
  • Basic principles of medication administration.
  • Recognition of Sudden Cardiac Death.
  • The Chain of Survival
  • Safe use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Adult -Child & Infant.
  • Recognition of Stroke
  • FAST assessment of stroke patients.
  • Choking (Foreign Body Airway Obstruction) Adult Child & Infant.
  • Examination by skills assessment.

 

Course Tutors: Instructors delivering the course are AHA/IHF registered and are all practicing PHECC Practitioners with many years experience in delivering APR/AED training.

 

Course fee: €60 per student.

 

Certification: Successful students are issued with an IHF/AHA card, which is valid for two years.

 

How to apply: For further information please e-mail training@medicall.ie or phone (01) 4 966 933 or click Book a Course.

 

  

Course Aim: To provide healthcare professionals (Pre-Hospital Practitioners, Nurses, Doctors) with the techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), use of airway adjuncts and the relief of choking for adults, children and infants.

 

Course Structure: The course is run over a 6 hour duration and utilises the very latest technology to maximise student learning. The emphasis is on maximum practical skills training. 

 

Course Content Overview:

 

  • Early warning signs of Heart Attack
  • Patient Care Reporting
  • Basic principles of medication administration.
  • Recognition of Sudden Cardiac Death.
  • The Chain of Survival
  • Safe use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Adult -Child & Infant.
  • Recognition of Stroke
  • FAST assessment of stroke patients.
  • Choking (Foreign Body Airway Obstruction) Adult Child & Infant.
  • Two-Rescuer scenarios.
  • Use of BVM (Bag-Valve-Mask).
  • Airway Adjuncts
  • Examination by MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) paper and skills assessment.

 

Course Tutors: Instructors delivering the course are AHA/IHF registered and are all practicing PHECC Practitioners with many years experience in delivering APR/AED training.

 

Course fee: €80 per student.

 

Certification: Successful students are issued with an IHF/AHA card, which is valid for two years.

 

How to apply: For further information please e-mail training@medicall.ie or phone (01) 4 966 933 or click Book a Course.

 

First Aid Response Refresher (FAR-R).

Any learner wishing to attend a 2-day refresher course must be able to produce both of the following:

 -   Pro-forma letter or certificate of attendance from previous OFA/FAR instructor which confirms date of training/renewal date. 
 -   QQI (FETAC) certificate/transcript for OFA Level 5 or PHECC FAR certificate.


Learners cannot attend a 2-day refresher if you are unable to confirm/verify previous OFA training (QQI {FETAC} certification) or FAR training (PHECC certification).
Learners must attend a 2-day refresher within 2 years of attending their previous OFA course. There are no exceptions. Learners who are out of date must attend a 3-day course.

This 2-Day course is designed to renew the certification of those who have already completed the Occupational First Aid course or First Aid Response course. The learner outcomes covered throughout the day are:

 -   Patient Assessment 
 -   Respiratory Assessment 
 -   CFR 
 -   Wounds 
 -   Bleeding 
 -   Altered Levels of Consciousness 
 -   Musculoskeletal injuries 
 -   Burns & Scalds 
 -   Chemicals 
 -   Poison 
 -   Electric Shock 


Also covered are any developments in first aid practices, changes in legislation and relevant guidelines.

Students who successfully complete this course will:

 -   Understand the responsibilities of the occupational first aider. 
 -   Be able to provide treatment until discharge or the arrival of medical assistance. 
 -   Be able to provide treatment in the workplace for an injury which does not require further attention. 
 -   Be capable of coordinating First Aid arrangements in the workplace. 
 -   Be familiar with Health and Safety Legislation on First Aid provision in the workplace.

 

Course Fees: Public course fee is €160 per person. Course fee for groups is available on request. Courses can be arranged for groups at our premises or yours. See below for contact details.

How to apply: For further information please e-mail training@medicall.ie or phone (01) 4 966 933 - Option 2.

First Aid Response (FAR).  

This 3 Day course leads to a PHECC award in First Aid Response. The course is designed to provide the learner with the knowledge, practical skills and understanding required to provide and coordinate First Aid in the workplace in compliance with the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007.

 

 

Students who successfully complete this course will:

 -   Understand the responsibilities of the occupational first aider. 
 -   Be able to provide treatment until discharge or the arrival of medical assistance. 
 -   Be able to provide treatment in the workplace for an injury which does not require further attention. 
 -   Be capable of coordinating First Aid arrangements in the workplace. 
 -   Be familiar with Health and Safety Legislation on First Aid provision in the workplace. 
 -   Be certified to act as a First Aider in the workplace. 

 

Course Fees: Public fee is €240 per person. Course fee for groups is available on request and includes course materials and certification. Courses can be arranged for groups either at our premises or yours. See below for contact details.

How to apply: For further information please e-mail training@medicall.ie or phone (01) 4 966 933 (Option 2).

 

Occupational First Aid (OFA) Course & Patient Handling (PH) Course

For students of Westport College of Further Education, the cost of these two combined courses is €225.

In order to attend the four days Tuesday 11th October to Friday 14th October, students must make payment of the course fee directly to Medicall Ambulance Service by close of business on Friday 7th October.

This can be done in the following ways:

  • Credit/Debit Card over the phone (014966933 - Option 3, ask for Colin).
  • Credit/Debit Card by PayPal, by entering your Name and Mobile Number on the form below and then clicking Buy Now
  • By cheque or postal order made payable to Medicall Ambulance Service and posted to:
    • Medicall Ambulance Ltd, PO Box 11066, Clonshaugh, Dublin 17.

For further information please e-mail training@medicall.ie or phone (01) 4 966 933 (Option 2)

 

 

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