CPR/BLS and AED for Healthcare Professionals - £50
CPR/BLS and AED for Healthcare Professionals course is to provide the learner with the skills, knowledge and understanding in the provision of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and of the safe use and management of an Automated External Defibrillator.
This qualification offers the trained provider the opportunity to provide effective emergency lifesaving first aid care using an AED. This is achieved through the understanding of the BLS/AED algorithm and the responsibilities and treatment principles of AED use.
This course covers Basic Life Support skills and includes skills for Adult, Child and Infant as well as healthcare variations on infant CPR. The course includes: Safety, precautions, initial assessment, recovery position, CPR, compression only CPR, CPR handover and choking.
This is ideal for nurses, care workers or medical professionals needing annual updates to complete professional membership.
AED training is also included in the course. Learning AED skills is becoming more important with the increase in the numbers of units in the community and workplace. They are easy to use with a little training and make a real difference in the chance of survival to someone in cardiac arrest.
All our first aid courses fully meet the UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines 2015 as per the HSE requirements.
The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement.
People needing basic CPR skills
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Mental Health in the Workplace Level 3 (VTQ)
Meaning of Mental Health and Mental Ill Health
The Components of Mental Well-being
Risk Factors Associated with Mental Ill-health problems
Examples of Mental Health Problems
How Mental Health Problems Affect Day-to-Day Living
Social and Cultural Attitudes to Mental Illness
Mental Health and Discrimination
Stereotyping in Mental Health
Media and Mental Illness
Impact of Stigma in Mental Ill Health
Causes of Stress
Signs and Symptoms of Useful Stress
Signs and Symptoms of Harmful Stress Managing Stress
Difference between Anxiety and Panic attack
When is Anxiety a Mental Health Problem?
Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety
Different Types of Anxiety Disorder
Treatment for Anxiety
Phobias and Agoraphobia
Specific or Simple Phobia
Possible Treatments for Phobias
Obsessive-compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D)
Mental Health and the Workplace
Why is Mental Health not Discussed at Work?
What Legislation applies to Mental Health in the UK?
The Equality Act 2010
The Mental Health Act (MHA) 1983
Mental Capacity Act (MCA)2005
The Management Standards
Evaluating Risks and Taking Action
Developing an Action Plan
Monitor and Evaluate
Duty of Care
Obligations in the Workplace
Removing Stigma in the Workplace
Recognising Changes in an Employee
How Do those Changes Affect the Workplace?
Difficulty in Disclosing Mental Health
Advice to Help with a Discussion
Advice for Manager/Employer
Absence Due to (Mental) Illness
Supporting People to Stay at or Return to Work
Introducing the Wellness Action Plan
Promoting a Healthy Workplace
Five Steps to Mental Wellbeing