3 Hours Practical Training Certificate of Attendance
A catastrophic bleed is life-threatening and can kill in a matter of minutes. A first aider will need to act efficiently in those critical minutes to preserve life and minimise long term damage.
Uncontrolled haemorrhage (bleeding) remains one of the biggest challenges for medical first responders and one of the main causes of death preventable with the help and critical input from a first aider. This session has been designed for high-risk environments and will equip the first aider with the necessary skills, knowledge, and expertise on how to apply a Tourniquet and Haemostatic dressings.
Where and when
At your venue on a date to suit your group (min 6 delegates).
Who should attend
This session is designed for Qualified First Aiders working in a high-risk environment such as construction, engineering or factory environments or any industries that consider themselves to be at high risk following a suitable and sufficient risk assessment (you must have an in-date Level 3 First Aid at Work Certificate to attend this session).
The session will be delivered by one of our Qualified First Aid trainers who will be guiding you through all the practical life-saving techniques. Designed to be interactive, engaging, fun and memorable.
- Know how to deal with bleeding in a first aid situation
- Be able to treat catastrophic haemorrhage effectively using Tourniquets and Celox products
- What is a catastrophic haemorrhage?
- How to use a tourniquet
- What is Celox?
- How it works
- Practical application
This session takes place over 3 hours and will include both theory and practical elements.
Assessment & Certification
To ensure all learners are reached, we use a variety of training methods including scenario-based training techniques which maximises recall. Through continual assessment, each delegate will receive a certificate of attendance.
£400.00 +VAT Group bookings of up to 12.
If you have more than 12 learners, please let us know as we will provide more trainers.
Are you compliant?
If you are unsure which course is most suitable for you or your workplace visit the HSE website