Primary Care CPR & First Aid with AED Course
Level: Beginner to Advance (8.0 Training Hours) - 8,000฿ (Vat Included)
We welcome anyone to enroll in the Emergency First Response® Primary Care (CPR) and Secondary Care (First Aid) with AED one day course. Our Thai and English EFR® trainers conduct CPR and First Aid classes in Bangkok, Pattaya, and Phuket. The theory lessons and skill objectives are performance-based which means that every student will receive the CPR and First Aid with AED two year internationally recognised course completion card after you have completed all the training objectives.
Patient Care Standards
The Emergency First Response CPR & First Aid course follows the emergency considerations and protocols as developed by the members of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). Current members include the American Heart Association, the Australian Resuscitation Council, and the Resuscitation Council of Asia, and many others.
CPR & First Aid Course Goals
You should not expect to control all the variables in a real emergency. But knowing how to provide adequate care and react appropriately often tips the balance in favour of full recovery instead of a long-term disability, or life versus death.
Learn how to respond to victims of a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest, unresponsiveness, difficulty breathing, and choking. The person you save by performing CPR and First Aid could be a loved-one, a close friend, or a coworker.
CPR & First Aid Lessons
1. Theory Lesson (40%)
CPR & First Aid teaches you the steps and techniques for handling life-threatening emergencies. You will also learn how to prioritize emergency procedures using the AB-CABS memory word and monitor a patient's Cycle of Care. Introducing the "why, when, and how" of AED use. This important information and guidelines on critical care emergencies is based on the same priorities used by medical professionals.
2. Practical Lessons (60%)
Primary and Secondary Care skill development sessions and role-play medical emergencies delivered by your EFR Instructor may include some or all the following critical care techniques depending on the level of certification you require*;
- Primary Care Scene Assessment & Hazardous Situations
- Communicable Disease Protection (bloodborne pathogens) & Barrier Use
- Primary Assessment & Recovery Position Airway Management
- Adult CPR - Chest Compressions (hands only)
- Adult CPR - Chest Compressions combined with Rescue Breaths
- Adult Automated External Defibrillator Use
- Serious Bleeding Wound Treatments
- Shock Management
- Spinal Injury Management
- Conscious & Unconscious Adult Choking Techniques
- Oxygen Administration Orientation (optional*)
- Secondary Care Illness & Injury Assessment
- Bandaging & Splinting Dislocations & Fractures
3. Certifying Examination
Your EFR® CPR & First Aid course ends with a multiple choice exam and completes the 2 year international certification.