First Aid Training Courses

Informative – Interactive – Fun

Assessment of our First Aid training courses is a combination of theory, and either practical skill stations, or practical scenarios, depending on the Unit Standard requirements.

Our First Aid Instructors are all very experienced in emergency medical and trauma management and response, working or volunteering in the fields: Nursing  –  New Zealand Fire Service  –    St John Ambulance

At Fire Rescue First Response we guarantee transparency to ensure that there are no hidden costs.

Our course costs, include the automatic logging of all Unit Standards to the learners NZQA Record of Learning.

All courses are delivered at the client’s venue

BASIC WORKPLACE FIRST AID

Medical and trauma illness or accidents can happen at anytime or anywhere and training will ensure that you the learning on how to respond and what to do with treatment of common illnesses and trauma. This includes CPR, choking, administering first aid for medical and trauma situations.

6401

Provide First Aid

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide first aid until help arrives.

6402

Provide Resuscitation Level 2

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide resuscitation level 2.

This course is provided over 8 hours (exclusive of breaks)

COMPREHENSIVE WORKPLACE FIRST AID

This course is similar to the workplace first aid course but with more in-depth training that includes CPR, choking, administering first aid for medical and trauma events but also how to manage a first aid scene with multi trauma situations.

6400

Manage First Aid in emergency situations

People credited with this unit standard are able to manage first aid in emergency situations.

6401

Provide First Aid

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide first aid until help arrives.

6402

Provide Resuscitation Level 2

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide resuscitation level 2.

This course is provided over 12 hours – 2 x 6 hour days (exclusive of breaks)

REFRESHER FIRST AID

This course is designed to update your first aid skills every two years.
The pre-requisite for this course is a current first aid certificate.

6401

Provide First Aid

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide first aid until help arrives.

6402

Provide Resuscitation Level 2

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide resuscitation level 2.

This course is provided over 6 hours (exclusive of breaks)

CHILDCARE FIRST AID

Helping an unwell or injured child either your own or a child in your care can be daunting and frightening if you don’t know what to do.
This four hour course will teach you to cope with injuries and illness that commonly affect children and infants. Includes CPR, choking, medical and trauma care.

25459

Provide First Aid for young children

This unit standard is for people who have responsibility for young children,

including those who provide home-based education and care services for young children.

People credited with this unit standard are able to provide first aid for young children

This course is provided over 4 hours

FIRE FIGHTER FIRST AID

Provide first aid for trauma and medical emergency situations

23406

Provide First Aid for trauma and medical emergency situations

This unit standard is for fire fighters who attend emergency situations.

People credited with this unit standard are able to: provide resuscitation in an emergency situation;

perform single casualty assessment and treatment in an emergency situation;

and apply triage techniques to a mass casualty situation.

This is course is provided over 16 hours, 2 x 8 hour days (exclusive of breaks)

Emergency Care – First Response

This unit standard may be an end in itself or be used by those who intend to become emergency care first responders.

29321

Provide basic emergency care

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Assess and manage the scene of an emergency situation

N

Perform a primary survey to identify any life threats

N

Perform a secondary survey

N

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of safe patient moving and lifting techniques without injury to self, patient or others

N

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of devices and/or techniques to manage patients in an emergency situation

N

Monitor patients and provide information in an emergency situation

N

Recognise signs of stress in self and apply appropriate strategies to mitigate effects

N

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of requirements relating to patient information and documenting events

29322

Demonstrate knowledge of emergency response systems in New Zealand

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

An awareness of emergency response in New Zealand

N

Knowledge of safety and well-being in an emergency care first response context in accordance with organisational requirements

N

Knowledge of personal conduct in situations that may require investigation

29323

Gather and record information to support patient assessment

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Assess and record patient vital signs and explain perfusion status in the emergency care first response context

N

Gather current and relevant patient medical history in the emergency care first response context

29324

Demonstrate understanding of the use of common medications relevant to the emergency care first response context

People credited with this unit standard are able to:

N

Demonstrate understanding of the use of common medications relevant to the emergency care first response context

This course is provided over 16 hours – 2 x 8 hour days (exclusive of breaks)

Fire Rescue and First Response

 

Tel:                 0508 FYRBOS (0508 397 267)
Tel:                 +64  9  947 5241
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Email:             info@fyrbos.co.nz

Address:

18 Arklow Lane
Stanmore Bay
Whangaparaoa
Auckland   0932

Postal address:

PO Box 308116
Manly,  Auckland   0952
New Zealand

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