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FIRST AID
RESPONDER

The course includes:

 

  1. Incident management

  2. Emergencies

  3. Patient Assessment

  4. Injury management & Shock

  5. Care of Unconscious Patient

  6. Burns & Electrical injuries

  7. Poisonings

  8. Common Medical emergencies

  9. Adult C.P.R. & AED

  10. Infant C.P.R & AED

Duration: 3 Days

Student: Instructor

Ratio   8:1

Certification: 2 Year certification of Competence from PHECC recognised by HSA, following successful assessments.

3 Day course, Highly practical, meets HSA requirements.

This course is recommended by the Dept of Children and Youth Affairs for those working in Childcare. Read more here

 

STAC has designed our First Aid Response Course to be produce highly confident First Aiders with the skills and knowledge to provide care until arrival of emergency services. The course is focused on practical skills and scenario training, this is backed up with the theory sessions to provide the solid foundation of knowledge and understanding.

  • A replacement for Occupational First Aid

  • Recognised by Health & Safety Authority from 1st November 2016

  • Meets all the requirements of the current Health & Safety Standards and requirements for employee training.

  • Develops a preventative approach to accidents and incidents within the workplace. 


On completion of the First Aid Responder course participants will have the skills to:  
•    deal with life threatening or potentially life threatening conditions in the pre-hospital environment until arrival of emergency medical services.
•    provide First Aid Response for conditions not thought to be life-threatening but are necessary to prevent further harm before the emergency medical services arrive.
•    provide pre-hospital First Aid Response in a wide range of environments including home and recreational settings.
•    display the requisite personal skills including composure, competence and self-confidence while understanding their limitations.

AHLS CHEMICAL BURNS

The course includes:

  1. Recognize that inhalation is the most common route of exposure at hazmat incidents

  2. List the routes of exposure for acids, bases, oxidizers, and white phosphorus

  3. Describe characteristic signs and symptoms of poisoning by hydrofluoric acid

  4. Recite the Poisoning Treatment Paradigm™ for asphyxiant poisonings

AHLS for Chemical Burns & Toxic Products of Combustion Course is a 1day course, derived from the AHLS Provider course. The specialized course teaches healthcare professionals to medically manage chemical burns and toxic inhalation injuries, including carbon monoxide and cyanide poisoning.

 

AHLS for Chemical Burns & Toxic Products of Combustion Course is a 1day course, derived from the AHLS Provider course. The specialized course teaches healthcare professionals to medically manage chemical burns and toxic inhalation injuries, including carbon monoxide and cyanide poisoning.

Course consists of didactic lecture and tabletop exercises. No exams or pre-requisites are required.

EMERGENCY
MEDICINES

The course includes:

  1. Epinephrine Auto injector for treatment of Anaphylaxis

  2. Glucagon for treatment of Hypoglycaemic Diabetic

  3. Naloxone for treatment of Optote Overdose

  4. Salbutamol for the treatment of Asthma

  5. Glyceryl Trinitrate (GTN) for the treatment of Angina

STAC First Aid are delighted that we have been approved by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council to deliver training in the use of emergency medicines.

Sinnott Training & Certification Ltd is making courses available to our clients which The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) has designed new education and training modules to offer appropriate training to existing and new responders who wish to avail of PHECC certified additional training in 6 medications as listed. This has been possible by SI No. 449 of 2015 Medicinal Products (Prescription and Control of Supply) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2015 and PHECC clinical practice guidelines (CPGs).

Contact STAC

STAC HQ

Unit 11A Ballycummin Village,
Raheen, Limerick

V94E092

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Opening Hours

Mon - Fri

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

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