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First Aid Training

FIRSTRAC Level 1 First Aid Training Material

R6,795.00

Present legal-compliance, credit bearing training with our customisable ‘First Aid Training Material’.

With your order, you receive:

  • Facilitator Guides
  • Facilitator PowerPoints
  • Learner Guides
  • “Certificate of Attendance” template, etc.

Unit Std: 119567: “Perform basic life support and first aid procedures
Credits: 5
NQF Level: 5

Course Content

  • Facilitator Notes and Tips
  • Transition Notes – from GSR 3 Level 1 Criteria to Unit Standard # 119567
  • Introduction
  • Course Content of the GSR 3 First Aid Level One Training Course
  • Course Content Comparison
  • Getting Started
  • Introduction to SAQA, NQF & Seta
  • NQF (National Qualifications Framework)
  • Seta (Sector Education and Training Authority)
  • OBE (Outcome Based Education)
  • Unit Standards
  • Alignment to Unit Standard 119567
  • Unit Standard 119567
  • Pre-Assessment Questionnaire
  • Assignment/Poe (Portfolio of Evidence) Workbook
  • Assignment – Poe (Portfolio of Evidence) Marking Procedure
  • Appeals Process
  • Introduction
  • Competent First Aider/S on Duty
  • Specialized Training for First Aider
  • First Aid Equipment – Basic
  • First Aid Box Minimum Content
  • Personal First Aid Box
  • Improvised First Aid Equipment
  • Improvised First Aid Items
  • First Aid Facilities – Additional
  • First Aid Facilities – Notices, Signs & Name of First Aider
  • Employee to Report Incidents to the Employer
  • Employer to Report Incidents to the Dept of Labour
  • Not Disturbing the Incident Scene
  • Employer to Record and Investigate Incidents
  • Medico-Ethical Considerations
  • Medico-Ethical Duty to Act
  • Medico-Ethical – the Law of Consent
  • Introduction
  • Section 8 Assessed Risk-Profile [Inclusion/Exclusion]
  • Reasons Injuries Occur
  • Safety – Dangers, Hazards & Risks
  • Safety – Causes of Injuries and Deaths
  • Occupational Health – Common Dangers, Hazards & Risks
  • Health – Causes of Diseases and Deaths
  • Protecting the First Aider from Injury and Diseases
  • First Aider or Rescuer?
  • First Aider and HIV & Aids
  • MSDS [Material Safety Data Sheets & Labels]
  • Incident/Emergency Scene Management
  • Primary Survey – Assessing the Incident Scenario
  • Secondary Survey – Assessing the Patient
  • Secondary Survey – Assessing the Responsive Patient
  • Engage the Patient
  • Secondary Survey – Assessing the Unresponsive Patient
  • Check for Medic Alert Bracelet
  • Triage
  • Call for Assistance
  • Introduction
  • Arrangement of the Human Body
  • Internal Cavities
  • Tissue
  • Organs
  • Human Body Systems
  • Cardiovascular System
  • The Heart
  • The Heart – Chambers, Valves, Arteries, Veins and Capillaries
  • Blood
  • Blood Flow
  • Pulse
  • The Respiratory System
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Skeletal Framework
  • Bones
  • Joints
  • Muscular System
  • Nervous System
  • Spinal Cord
  • Sensory Organs
  • Integumentary System [Skin]
  • Body Temperature
  • Digestive System
  • Reasons to Stay Healthy and Injury Free
  • Conclusion
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
  • The C-A-B CPR Method
  • CPR On an Adult – One Rescuer
  • How to Do CPR On an Adult? – Two Rescuers
  • CPR Child & Infant- One Rescuer
  • Airway
  • AR – Respiration/ Breathing
  • Reasons Patients Stop Breathing
  • The Head-Tilt/Chin-Lift Maneuver
  • AR On an Adult
  • AR On A Child/Infant
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking – Identification and Treatment
  • Choking – Causes of Obstructions
  • The Abdominal Thrust
  • Choking – Unresponsive Adult
  • Choking – Unresponsive Child or Infant
  • Drowning
  • 3 Types of Drowning
  • Near Drowning – Once Out of the Water
  • Dry Drowning
  • Shock – Types
  • Shock – First Aid
  • Fainting & Unresponsiveness
  • Fainting & Unresponsiveness – Treatment
  • Wounds – External
  • Wounds – Major External
  • Wounds – Minor External
  • Wounds – Internal
  • Wounds – Internal – Treatment
  • Bleeding – Nose
  • Impaled Object
  • Amputation
  • Injury to the Eye/S
  • Injury to the Eye/S – Caution
  • Injury to the Eye/S – Treatment
  • Injury to the Eye/S – Chemicals
  • Burns
  • Burns – Degrees of Burns
  • Burns – First Aid
  • Burns – Chemical
  • Burns – Liquid Chemicals
  • Burns – Dry Chemicals
  • Electrocution
  • Electrocution – Consequences
  • Electrocution – Isolation
  • Electrocution – First Aid
  • Heat Related Illness
  • Hyperthermia – Signs & Symptoms
  • Hyperthermia – Heat Exhaustion
  • Hyperthermia – First Aid
  • Hyperthermia – Heat Stroke – First Aid
  • Hypothermia – First Aid
  • Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons
  • Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons – Inhalation
  • Inhalation – First Aid
  • Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons – Ingestion
  • Ingestion – First Aid
  • Bites and Stings
  • Snake Bite – First Aid
  • Dog Bite
  • Dog Bite – First Aid
  • Spider Bites
  • Spider Bites – First Aid
  • Bee Stings – Signs & Symptoms
  • Bee Stings – First Aid
  • Blue Bottles Stings – First Aid
  • Scorpion Stings – First Aid
  • Fractures – Types
  • Fractures – Signs & Symptoms
  • Fractures – First Aid
  • Fractures – First Aid – Do Not
  • Splinting A Broken Forearm
  • The Arm Sling
  • The Elevated Arm Sling
  • Strains, Sprains & Dislocations
  • Sprains & Strains – First Aid
  • Dislocation
  • Dislocation – First Aid
  • Injury to the Head
  • Injury to the Head – Signs & Symptoms
  • Injury to the Head – Lacerations to the Scalp
  • Injury to the Head – Laceration Treatment
  • Injury to the Head – Skull Fractures
  • Injury to the Head – Concussion
  • Injury to the Head – Concussion Signs & Symptoms
  • Injury to the Head – Concussion First Aid
  • Injury to the Neck and Spine
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Extreme Warning
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Causes
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Signs & Symptoms
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Jaw Thrust to Open the Airway
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – First Aid
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Repositioning Reasons
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Emergency Logroll
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Position the Team
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Instructions
  • Injury to Neck and Spine – Performing CPR
  • Heart Disease
  • Heart Disease – Risk Factors
  • Heart Disease – What Is A Heart Attack?
  • Heart Disease – What Is Cardiac Arrest?
  • Heart Attack – Signs & Symptoms
  • Heart Attack – First Aid
  • Heart Disease – Angina
  • Heart Disease – Angina – First Aid
  • Heart Disease – Stroke
  • Heart Disease – Stroke Signs & Symptoms
  • Heart Disease – Stroke First Aid
  • Diabetes
  • Diabetes – How Insulin Works
  • Diabetes – Types
  • Diabetes – Signs & Symptoms
  • Diabetes – Conscious Patient – First Aid
  • Asthma
  • Asthma – First Aid
  • Epilepsy and Seizures
  • Epilepsy and Seizures – Signs & Symptoms
  • Epilepsy and Seizures – First Aid
  • Epilepsy and Seizures – Fever Fits in Children
  • Epilepsy and Seizures – First Aid
  • Practical/Oral Assessments
  • Pre-Assessment
  • Scenario – Heart Attack
  • Scenario – Wounds and Bleeding
  • Scenario – Fractures
  • Scenario – Burns
  • Scenario – Epilepsy & Fits
  • Multiple Choice Test
  • Feedback Questionnaire
  • Health and Safety Awareness Programme
  • Action Plan
  • Prepare the Certificates
  • Prepare for the Next Course
  • Recommendations & Comments
  • Terms, Definitions and References
  • SAQA – Course Addendums
  • Unit Standard Id No 119567
  • Pre / Post Assessment – Model Answers
  • Unit Standard 119567 Specific Outcome, Range & Assessment Criteria
  • Matrix
  • Assessor’s Guide to Marking Poe
  • Critical Cross-Field Outcomes
  • Competence Record and Final Assessment Report
  • Evidence Summary
  • Range Statements
  • Critical Cross Fields
  • Assessor Decision
  • Declaration by Learner
  • Moderator’s Final Assessment Report
  • Conducting Assessment
  • Feedback and Competence Judgement

Methodology

Step 1 – Prepare

Customise to address your unique “Risk-Profile”. Add logo, SWPs, SDS, policies, procedures, photos, etc.

Step 2 – Print

Print unlimited quantity of Learner material. [All material to always reflect the publisher’s © copyright].

Step 3 – Present

Follow icon driven instructions. Experienced trainers can present the training with nominal preparation.

Key Benefits

  • Material suited to OHS Act & Regs requirements
  • Guaranteed plagiarisation-free content
  • Association with a recognized brand
  • Co-branding and use of INTRA Logo, trademarks
  • Cut course development time, effort, and cost
  • Dedicated and substantive research
  • Digital delivery of material
  • NQF Unit standard Alignment of certain Materials
  • Participation in webinars & online support
  • Right to customize the material to include your identity, photos, procedures, etc.
  • Right to modify material to suit the “Risk-Profile”
  • Right to reproduce unlimited Learner Workbooks

Unique Features

  • Reproduction Rights – You receive the material in a Word for Windows and PowerPoint format allowing legitimate unlimited reproduction of certain material(*) for profit or not if all such documents reflect the publisher’s copyright.
  • Capacity to Customise – Based on your risk profile, you have access to the author’s material, enabling modification and adaptation to suit your specific risk-based needs.
  • Ready to Run – All the material to present the programme/s is supplied in a comprehensive format, allowing immediate use. This material can also be included in other internal courses such as technical, supervisory, management, quality, and technical training.

Who is This Training Material Suitable For?

All employees, contractors and sub-contractors covered by the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

Which Industries is This Training Material Suitable For?

Commerce, Industry, Education, Hospitality, Government, Agriculture, etc.

The training material is generic by nature and is ideal for most organizations.

You add the specifics.

Delivery

The training material will be delivered to you in its entirety via Google Drive once payment has been received.

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