Basic life support training [schools] is ideal for?
Our basic life support training is aimed at school staff needing key school based life saving first aid skills
How long is it?
This half day BLS course typically lasts 3 hours. It is often run from 1000 till 1300 though these times can be adjusted to meet your needs. Schools can save money in their first aid training budget by running a morning and afternoon session.
What is covered?
The recommended Health and Safety Executive first aid training syllabus for basic life support training, such as:
Scene safety and assessment
Content of schools first aid kits
In house first aid incident procedures
Treatment of the unconscious casualty including CPR
Treatment of wounds, such as bleeding, breaks and burns
First aid to someone choking
All schools first aid training sessions are highly practical in nature and aimed at building confidence in simple potentially life saving skills.
All schools first aid training sessions are run using age relevant scenarios, materials and manikins, to ensure the first aid training is appropriate to your delegates. Lazarus Training has produced its own range of schools first aid training materials for its courses.
Further schools first aid topics can be covered on request, to meet any specific schools first aid training requirements that your school has identified, a popular addition is anaphylaxis awareness. Delegates successfully completing the first aid training session receive an individual certificate of attendance for schools first aid training records.
All training can be adapted to meet any specific schools first aid training requirements your school may have. To discuss your schools first aid requirements call Lazarus Training on 0800 242 5210, use the contact form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.