Emergency First Aid

First Aid is the initial Assistance provided to a person who is ill or injured

About the course

This 1 Day Emergency First Aid Training course will enable you to act as a back-up to First Aid Responders and/or respond to an emergency prior to the arrival of First Aid Responders or EMS.

Learn how to assist in an emergency in the home or in the workplace until the arrival of the First Aid Responder or Emergency Services.


6 Hours


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On-site at your place of work or business. An alternative venue can be arranged in agreement with Learn How Training.

Instruction Method

Theory & Practical demonstrations by your instructor. Interactive and learners are encouraged to participate fully.


Learn How Training Certificate of attendance will be issued upon successful completion. Valid for 2 years.

Course Materials

Training Materials will be provided.

Learner Requirements

Please ensure to wear comfortable clothing and footwear on the day. You will be performing tasks that require you to be able to move freely.

Reasonable Accommodation

Should you experience difficulty with any aspect of your training course please speak with your instructor.

You will be required to adequately demonstrate a defined set of practical skills to successfully be awarded your Learn How Training Emergency First Aid Certificate.

Instructor Quality and Training

The standard of training is kept consistently high for course participants.

Learners who successfully complete this course participants will be able to:


Understand your role and your responsibilities as the Emergency first aider.


Provide treatment for preserving life, promoting recovery and preventing further injury.


Provide early treatment for an injury.


Be able to perform Basic Life Support (BLS) using hands only CPR.


Perform a Primary and Secondary Survey.


Manage Wounds and bleeding and treat accordingly for shock.


Treat a patient for a range of common medical emergencies (CME’s) such as Asthma, Diabetes and seizures.