Civic first aid
– specialist training course
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The participant can react in the event of cardiac arrest in accordance with the 4 key steps of first aid.
Participants will be able to act appropriately in the event of accidents that appear life-threatening or that may develop into life-threatening situations, including securing the scene of the accident, assessing victims, calling 112 for assistance and/or receiving advice/guidance via the Danish regional emergency hotlines, placing victims in the recovery position and giving psychological first aid.
Participants will be able to give Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to an unconscious adult with irregular breathing, both with and without a defibrillator (AED). Participants are aware of their options for calling for assistance through health professionals via the 112 hotline.
TRAINING COURSE CONTENT
The full content of the “First aid for cardiac arrest” basic training course
Special course, Part 2 of the “First aid for accidents” basic training course
First aid for acute sudden illness
First aid for acute injuries
Realistic exercises are practised with emphasis on training participants in the 4 key steps
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAINING COURSE
This specialist training programme is comprised of the following modules:
The basic training course “First aid for cardiac arrest” (4 hours)
Special course 1, “First aid for accidents” basic training course part 2 (1.5 hours)
Special course 2 of this specialist programme (1.5 hours)
If the “First aid for cardiac arrest” course certificate is required in connection with the acquisition of a driver’s licence, the course must have been completed within the last 24 months.
In addition, the participant must complete either of the traffic-related first aid courses (which must have been completed within the last 12 months).