Emergency First Aid for Care Workers

Emergency First Aid - Care Workers

In this interactive video-based first aid course, all basic first aid procedures are examined, including what to do if you come across an emergency situation, how to treat various types of casualties and how to record any incidents that have taken place.

This course covers topics such as how and when to use a first aid box, how to use an AED, when to call an ambulance and goes into details about how to handle different emergency situations that may emerge in a care home. 
This online first aid course follows guidelines and procedures issued by the British Red Cross, St. John Ambulance and the latest Resuscitation Council Guidelines (UK).

This first aid course can be used for induction training of appointed persons and all other staff as required by the Care Certificate.

Subjects covered include:

The DR ABC Primary Survey • CPR •  Use of an AED •  Recovery Position •  Calling an Ambulance •  Heart Attack •  Stroke •  Severe External Bleeding •  Shock •  Choking •  Seizures •  Concussion •  Broken (Fractured) Bones •  Back Injury •  Burns •  Diabetes • Eye Injury •  Allergic Reactions •  Swallowed Poisons •  The First Aid Box •  Records

Format Video-based eLearning
Course Duration   
46 Minutes approximately
Course Content
21 Interactive Video Chapters, Assessment Quiz and a CPD Accredited Certificate
Consultant Nicola Pickering High Peak First Aid Training
Peer Review       Review by ROSPA
 Standards   England

Care Certificate Standard 12 and 13.4


RQF: Basic Adult Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation (Level 2 Diploma in Emergency Care Assistance), Understand the administration of medication (Level 2 Diploma in Care, Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care, Level 3 Diploma in Healthcare Support)


All Wales Induction Framework for Health and Social Care (AWIFHSC) Section 7


National Care Standards

Northern Ireland

NISCC's Induction Standards

References The Care Certificate, AWIFHSC

Client reviews:

“I am very impressed with the content of the video course.”

A Cooke, Action First Aid