First Aid For Stage and Event Managers (run by Lazarus Training) 1st March London venue.
ABTT Members £125.00
Lazarus training run first aid for BBC, BECTU and many arts organisations, and this training will be organised by SMA and suited to your needs. Ideal to qualify as an emergency first aider, or as a three year refresher course
First Aid for stage managers working in the Office or on Stage is designed to meet the needs of production staff working in static locations such as studios or theatres, with quick access to emergency help. This media first aid course covers issues raised by mixing with the public and providing emergency care for someone injured or taken ill. Our First Aid course is highly practical and reflects our training ethos: #trainforreal and first aid training is a contact sport. Your delegates will get plenty of hands on during this course, all aimed at making a more confident first aider. The course is always adapted to reflect the exact circumstances of the delegates, what first aid kit do they have etc.
The core syllabus of the First Aid in the Office or Studio includes [and exceeds] the HSE recommendations for a workplace first aider.
The core learning outcomes for this course are:
Outline the SAFE approach
Perform, in a simulated setting, basic life support on an adult
Perform, in a simulated setting, basic life support on a child/infant
Demonstrate, in a simulated setting, use of a pocket mask*
Demonstrate, in a simulated setting, management of choking
Place a casualty in the recovery position
Outline the management of a casualty with chest pain
State the management steps for a casualty who has fainted
Outline the management of a casualty who is convulsing
Demonstrate, in a simulated setting, use of direct pressure to control bleeding
Demonstrate, in a simulated setting, use of elevation to control bleeding
Outline the management of burns
Outline the management of scalds
Discuss the recognition of shock
State the management steps for shock
Demonstrate, in a simulated setting, initial management of suspected fractures
Discuss recognition and management of common major illness.
List contents of available first aid kits
This is a one day course, so you can see it is a packed first aid training day, but the course is conducted at a steady pace by our qualified and experienced trainers, most delegates being surprised by how much they have fitted into the day.