Automatic External Defibrillator

1/2 Day Course

This half day defibrillator (AED) course teaches individuals how to use a defibrillator as swiftly as possible and with full confidence in the event of a serious emergency.

Ever second counts in a serious emergency. The faster an AED can be successfully applied and used the higher the chance of survival from cardiac arrest.

This defibrillator training course really is an invaluable half day course giving individuals the skills and confidence to make defibrillator use natural to them. Individuals will learn how to quickly identify signs and symptoms, unpack the defibrillator, accurately apply it and then use it with no hesitations to maximise the casualty’s chances of survival. We will also include training in basis Life Support (CPR) and the legalities of defibrillation.

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This half day course provides individuals with in-depth learning in the following:

  • Basic Life Support (CPR)
  • Safety Aspects of Defibrillation
  • Breathing Management
  • Incident Assessment
  • Legal Aspects of Defibrillation
  • Life Threatening Cardiac Rhythms
  • Practical Training with Defibrillator

Upon successful completion of the Automated External Defibrillator Course, each learner will receive an AED certificate, which is valid for 1 year.

Why Choose CTC Quality & Safety Training?

Leading Training Provider
Come to us or we can provide training at your workplace
The course meets H&S (First Aid) Regulation and is HSE recommended
Regularly updated so you always get the latest knowledge and skills
Expert first aid tutors with real experience in the field
A friendly and supportive learning environment

DID YOU KNOW?

The correct use of an Automated External Defibrillator can increase the chances of survival by 75%

 

Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Training – 1/2 Day Course

From only £60.00pp

** Minimum booking of 5 persons, maximum 12 **

This Defibrillator (AED) course is the ideal for anyone who wants to know how to confidently identify symptoms and correctly operate a defibrillator during an emergency.