Emergency First Response

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EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE (EFR) is the most recognizable, dynamic international organization with a worldwide range, educating in the field of first aid (www.emergencyfirstresponse.com).

Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR), Secondary Care (First Aid) and Care for Children courses comply with the standards of help developed by the members of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation, ILCOR. These include American Heart Association (AHA), European Resuscitation Council (ERC), Australian Resuscitation Council and New Zealand Resuscitation Council (ARC/NZRC).

Participant of the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) and Care for Children course can be any person, regardless of the age, who is interested in gaining the knowledge of bringing first aid. Minors can participate in this training after submitting the written permission of a parent or guardian.

 

Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR)

Primary Care Course (CPR) prepares the participants to provide assistance to victims in life-threatening situation.There are no certifications or authorizations required to start the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) Course.

The Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) course program includes:

  • Assessment of the scene of accident
  • The use of personal protective equipment
  • A preliminary assessment of the victim
  • CPR – chest compressions
  • CPR – chest compressions combined with artificial respiration
  • Using Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Procedure in case of a hemorrhage
  • Procedure in case of a shock
  • Procedure in case of a spinal injury
  • Procedure in case of choking in the conscious or unconscious adult

After completing the course and passing the written exam, participants receive a certificate of completion of the course, TEMPORARY CARD (replacement certificate), and within 90 days a certificate in the form of a plastic card issued by the Office of Emergency First Response in Bristol.

Course time:
Place: we train across the country
Price:
Number of participants: the optimal size of a group is 5 -12 people

Emergency First Response Primary Care and Secondary Care

Primary Care (CPR) Course prepares participants to provide assistance to victims in life-threatening situation. Secondary Care (First Aid) Course supplements the knowledge gained during the training of basic premedical help and teaches how to help the victim, when the arrival of emergency services is delayed or not possible.

There are no certifications or authorizations required to start the Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) Course.

The Emergency First Response Primary Care (CPR) course program includes:

  • Assessment of the scene of accident
  • The use of personal protective equipment
  • A preliminary assessment of the victim
  • CPR – chest compressions
  • CPR – chest compressions combined with artificial respiration
  • Using Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Procedure in case of a hemorrhage
  • Procedure in case of a shock
  • Procedure in case of a spinal injury
  • Procedure in case of choking in the conscious or unconscious adult

The Emergency Response Secondary Care (First Aid) program of the course includes:

  • Assessment of the injured victim
  • Assessment of the patient
  • Bandaging and managing the wounds
  • Limb immobilization in the case of dislocations or fractures

After completing the course and passing the written exam, participants receive a certificate of completion of the course, TEMPORARY CARD (replacement certificate), and within 90 days a certificate in the form of a plastic card issued by the Office of Emergency First Response in Bristol.

Course time: 10 didactic hours (7 clock hours)
Place: we train across the country
Price: 390 zł (International Certificate included)
Number of participants: the optimal size of a group is 5 -12 people

Emergency First Response Primary Care For Children

Emergency First Response Care for Children course introduces an inexperienced rescuer to first aid for sick or injured child. This course focuses on the initial and additional medical aid provided to children (aged from one year to the onset of puberty, which is about 12 years of age) and infants (less than one year old).
There are no certifications or authorizations required to start the Emergency First Response Care for Children Course.

The Emergency First Response Care for Children course program includes:

  • Assessment of the scene and the use of personal protective equipment
  • A preliminary assessment of the victim
  • Child CPR
  • Infant CPR
  • Using the automatic external defibrillator (AED) in children
  • Procedure in case of a hemorrhage
  • Procedure in case of a shock
  • Procedure in case of a spinal injury
  • Procedure in case of choking in a conscious child
  • Procedure in case of choking in a conscious baby
  • Assessment of the injured victim
  • Assessment of the patient
  • Bandaging
  • Assessment of the patient

After completing the course and passing the written exam, participants receive a certificate of completion of the course, TEMPORARY CARD (replacement certificate), and within 90 days a certificate in the form of a plastic card issued by the Office of Emergency First Response in Bristol

 

Course time:
Place: we train across the country
Price:
Number of participants
: the optimal size of a group is 5 -12 people

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