CPR/AED – Basic Life Support (6h)
- Training time of about 6 hours.
- Certification valid for a period of 3 years.
- Training that is suitable for all personnel working in the field of health.
- Specific training for people working in the Canadian federal government.
- Training that meets HCP (Health Care Provider) standards.
- Complete all readings in the course.
- Complete all mandatory practical sessions within the given minimum time requirements.
- Pass with an average of 80% or more each of the theoretical evaluations included in the training.
Following the successful completion of your training through practical home-based sessions as well as multiple choice theoretical exams, you will receive your certificate in “PDF” form, valid for a period of 3 years.
Content of the training
Detailed training plan
CPR Health Care Provider
- Lectures 59
- Quizzes 8
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
How it works ?
- Purpose of training
- Intervention by the technique of C-A-B (Compressions, Airway, Breathing)
- Check the state of consciousness
- Check the signs of life
- Start the C-A-B sequence
- Why start with the ¨C¨ (chest massage)
- Then the ¨A¨ (Airway)
- Finally the ¨B¨ (Breathing)
- The different possible cares depending on age, carotid pulse and breathing
- The continuous compressions
- Opioid overdose
- Reasons for cardiac arrest in adults compared to children
- The main reason for cardiac arrest in children
- Angina and its complications
- Categories of patients
- The stroke
Approach and primary examination - Medical
Some special cases
Demonstrations and practices
- Downloading a mobile application
- Adult intervention with 1 first-aid attendant
- Preamble of the sequence of an adult with one first-aid attendant
- Practice of the sequence of an adult with one first-aid attendant
- Child intervention with one first-aid attendant
- Preamble of the sequence of a child with one first-aid attendant
- Practice of the sequence of a child with one first-aid attendant
- Infant intervention with 1 first-aid attendant
- Preamble of the sequence of an infant with one first-aid attendant
- Practice of the sequence of an infant with 1 first-aid attendant
Choking Relief Technique
Choking Relief Technique among infants