This one-day course consists of practical and theoretical activities which will give all attending professional clinicians the chance to refresh their existing first aid knowledge and skills in a safe and friendly environment. The syllabus covers a range of subjects including: Responsibilities and Reporting, Unconscious Casualty Management, Resuscitation, AED Awareness, Bleeding Control, Shock, Burns, Choking, Epilepsy and other conditions.
This nationally recognised qualification is awarded by the Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation First Aid Awards and meets the requirements of the Health and Safety Executive (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and subsequent 2016 changes. It is delivered in accordance with the protocols set by the latest UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines and is valid for three years from the date of achievement.
About the Tutor
Delyse Hobbs is a Registered Nurse, qualified Midwife, First Aid and Mental Health First Aid Instructor. She has worked as a nurse and midwife in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings for over thirty years, having first started her career in Australia. She founded Oxford First Aid Training in 2010 and has been delivering nationally recognised or bespoke first aid training throughout Oxfordshire for the past 9 years.
How to book your place
Further information and how to book your place can be found at: osteopathicnetwork.org.uk