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Module 1:   Introduction

  • To put at ease participants worries, overcome intimidation and complex in regards to an emergency situation


Module 2:   Course Structure

  • Independent Study Approach
  • Video Guided Approach
  • Instructor Led Approach


Module 3:   Helping Others in Need

  • Emphasizes on critical time for Emergency Care
  • Why Emergency Care is important
  • Reasons responders hesitate to provide Emergency Care
  • Good Samaritan law
  • Chain of Survival


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Module 4:   The Emotional Aspects of Being an Emergency Responder

  • Overcoming fear of harming patient when performing CPR
  • Emergency Responder self care in Emergency Care situations
  • Keeping skills fresh


Module 5:   Leading a Healthy Lifestyle

  • Prevention measures against coronary heart disease


Module 6:   Protecting Yourself Against Blood Borne Pathogens

  • What are 3 blood borne pathogens
  • Ways to protect against blood borne pathogens
  • General rule to avoid infection by blood borne pathogens


Module 7:   Recognizing Life Threatening Problems

  • How to recognize :
    • Heart Attack
    • Cardiac Arrest
    • Stroke
    • Complete Air Way Obstruction
  • Primary Care Definition


Module 8:   Primary Care ABCD’s (CPR)

  • How to determine if patient is not breathing
  • How dose rescue breathing work
  • How to determine if patient’s heart is not beating during primary assessment
  • What to do if you don’t detect a patients heart beat
  • What is CPR


Module 9:   Secondary Care (First Aid)

  • What is injury assessment
  • What is illness assessment
  • What is the difference between illness and injury assessment
  • What is Assessment First aid
  • Bandaging
  • Splinting for Dislocations and Fractures

Emergency First Response

Primary Care (CPR) &

Secondary Care (First Aid)



Upon Completion of both courses, Emergency First Responders will be able to:


  • Perform a scene assessment
  • Use barriers appropriately
  • Perform a patient responsiveness
  • Check by giving the responder statement and then tapping, grasping or squeezing the shoulder or arm to gain attention
  • Phone an Emergency Medical Service number at the appropriate time within the CPR & First aid sequence
  • Recognize unresponsiveness or other emergency situations and determine when resuscitation is appropriate
  • Perform an emergency move and place a person in the recovery position

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