As with Primary and Secondary Care materials, the CPR & AED course materials are updated to reflect the release of the 2010 International Liaison Council on Resuscitation Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.
In addition to a new fresh look, it now has broader global application. This CPR & AED program may be taught to anyone looking for a short CPR/AED course. In many places throughout the world, it can also be used to meet workplace training and retraining requirements. For example, it meets OHSA workplace requirements in the US. EFR Instructors may teach this course immediately, without additional application.
Skill 1 – Scene Assessment
Skill 2 – Primary Assessment
Skill 3 – Adult CPR – Chest Compressions
Skill 4 – Adult CPR – Chest Compressions Combined with Rescue Breaths
Skill 5 – Adult CPR and AED Use
Skill 6 – Child CPR and AED
Skill 7 – Infant CPR
Skill 8 – Adult and Child Choking
Skill 9 – Infant Choking
To meet different workplace requirements worldwide, course standards vary slightly depending on your location.
The Emergency First Response Organisation is now the fastest-growing international CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation), AED (Automated External Defibrillation) and first aid training organization.
Emergency First Response is backed up with 36 years of experience in the development and training of First Aid courses.
Emergency First Response courses have gained worldwide acceptance with the ease of understanding and simplicity of training.
The Emergency First Response course curriculum is based on patient care standards as published in the American Heart Association Guidelines 2005 Standards for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care, and the consensus view of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Working Group of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). ILCOR is an international standards group representing most of the world’s major resuscitation organizations.
Manual, wall certificate, and certification card.