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First Aid Courses

CPR-esq will provide your organisation with professional guidance in terms of meeting the Act’s requirements, including the number of trainees and level of training that your organisation legally requires. Training can be facilitated nationally on site (subject to the number of delegates and location) or at our facility. All our first aid courses are accredited and complies with the Health and Safety requirements. On successful completion of the course the delegate will receive a certified certificate valid for three years.

** All the below courses can be done online in a blended format**

First Aid Level 1

Level 1 covers all the basic skills you will require in terms of the minimum requirements for health and safety. CPR , Choking , AED usage, fractures and basic bleeding control are just a few of the subjects you will learn. Lessons are theory and practical based.

Duration: 2 days in training centre

First Aid Level 2

Our level 2 course covers all the aspects of a level 1 and 2 combined. This also acts a refresher for Level 1 when you qualify for a level 2 certificate. We include rescue carries for when an emergency requires you to move your patient, environmental emergencies and child emergencies.

Duration: 4 days in training centre

First Aid Level 3

This level covers a refresher of Level 1 and 2 training which include advanced First aid and CPR. Included in this course we cover spinal immobilisation and Emergency child birth. Various type of fractures are also covered in this module and how to treat and splint them. Environmental illness and Emergency childbirth are covered in level 3.

Duration: 5 days in training centre

Contact us on craig@cpresq.co.za or nate@cpresq.co.za for more information regarding the above courses

First Aid Online Courses

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