Online TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) Requalification - Online Blended Part 1 Training Videos

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TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) Requalification - Online Blended Part 1 At a Glance

  • Includes the latest CPR and Coronavirus recommendations
  • Cut the time of your First Aid at Work requalification by one day in the classroom by completing this online course
  • Includes the latest HSE Coronavirus COVID 19 guidelines on First Aid qualifications
  • Be able to assess an emergency situation safely and be able to provide first aid, CPR and deal with choking and various injuries and illnesses
  • Meets the HSE requirements of the blended part of the First Aid at Work level 3 course for ProTrainings VTQ and regulated qualifications
  • Save time away from work in the classroom and save money
  • Can be used as the blended online part of the regulated FAW course
  • Mapped to the HSE, Skills for Health First Aid at Work Level 3 qualification

Welcome to the online blended learning module of your TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work Requalification course. The course begins with a brief course introduction and an overview of the First Aid at Work qualification.

In this section, we look at the rules and regulations that govern First Aid at Work, including Accident Books, RIDDOR, and COSHH Regulations. You will also find further guidance on First Aid Cover and Qualifications during a Coronavirus lockdown.

In this section, you will learn about the human body, the correct anatomical terminology, the body's systems, and the human skeleton, as well as respiratory injuries.

In this section, we start by looking at some of the common reasons people are reluctant to provide first aid, the importance of asking permission to help, and how and when to call the Emergency Services, You will learn about scene safety, the chain of survival and how to conduct an initial assessment using the DRAB and ABCD's concepts, as well as how to place a casualty into the Recovery Position. Finally, we look at the use of PPE, including barriers, gloves, and face shield, and BSI First Aid Kits

Heart Attacks can be a common first aid emergency and in this section, you will learn the signs and symptoms associated with heart attack, how to assist somebody you suspect is having a heart attack, and the best position for them to be in while you wait for the Emergency Services, including the use of aspirin. You will then learn the correct procedures to administer CPR snd how to hand over to another rescuer and carry out compressions only CPR. Finally, we look at ways to improve both your compressions and breaths and CPR and Coronavirus.

In this section, we cover choking in adults and how to recognise the signs of choking, and deal with and treat someone who is choking.

In this section, you will learn about the different types of bleeding, and how to treat and manage these. We cover serious bleeding, excessing bleeding, and embedded objects. You will learn about minor injuries, such as minor cuts and blisters, nose bleeds, and also other types of injury which may occur. Finally, we look at the healing process and the duration in which the body starts to repair the injuries we have talked about throughout.

In this section, we cover shock and spinal injuries, including the spinal injury recovery position.

We cover a number of injuries in this section and how to recognise and treat them. This includes strains, sprains, fractures and dislocations, and how to use splints and kinesiology tape. We look at the different types of head injury and concussion, as well as spinal injuries and the spinal recovery position. We then look at eye injuries, specifically embedded objects in the eye, before we move on to burns. When we learn about burns we look at the different kits and dressings available as well as the use of cling film to treat a burn in an emergency.

This section covers illnesses, starting with the signs and symptoms of different illnesses, allergies, medications, and pre-existing conditions a casualty may have. You will learn how to recognise a stroke, allergic reactions, and anaphylaxis and the appropriate action to take. Diabetes and asthma can be common problems and we will look at how they may become a medical emergency and why early treatment is important, including the use of asthma inhalers, spacers, and Accuhaler. Not all seizures are epileptic but it is important to understand epilepsy and how to recognise and deal with a seizure.

Finally, in this section, we look at Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and guidance on how to complete your final test, print your certificate of completion, and the requirements for your practical training.