Introduction Level Courses 101
Introduction to First Aid
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About This Course
This is an introductory level course for disaster volunteers to learn the concepts of First Aid. The goal of this training is to explain how to avoid physical hazards, adequately assess what type of first aid is needed and provide services as necessary. At the end of this training, disaster volunteers will be able to utilize a tourniquet, treat heat and cold emergencies in addition to provide appropriate first aid services.
- Learn how to avoid hazards during disaster response.
- Gain an understanding of the role of disaster volunteers in providing first aid.
- Learn how to determine what type of first aid a disaster victim needs.
- Learn how to control bleeding and use limb tourniquets.
- Learn how to identify and treat heat and cold emergencies.
- Understanding Hazards
- Preventing Illness and Injury
- Your Role
- Identifying the Emergency
- Providing Care: Bleeding
- Providing Care: Heat/Cold
- Providing Care: Positioning
Course hour: 1 hours
Intended audience: Disaster workers, volunteers
Delivery method: Classroom and Online