Designated first aider
– specialist training course
12 hours (720 minutes)
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The participant can react in the event of cardiac arrest and first aid situations 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.
The participant can carry out basic revival of 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.
The participant can give first aid for small acute injuries, including musculoskeletal disorders, and can seek guidance via emergency hotlines about appropriate help for the victim. Participants can give first aid for acute sudden illness and react appropriately to the victim’s condition and ensure appropriate additional help.
TRAINING COURSE CONTENT
The full content of the “First aid for cardiac arrest” basic training course
Special course 1, content of part 2 in the “First aid for accidents” basic training course
The full content of the “First aid for bleeding” basic training course
The full content of the “First aid for musculoskeletal disorders” basic training course
The full content of the “First aid for minor injuries” basic training course
“First aid for illness”
Burns, chemical burns and poisoning
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAINING COURSE
The following basic and special courses must be included:
Basic training courses:
“First aid for cardiac arrest” (4 hours)
Elective training courses:
“First aid for bleeding” (1.5 hours)
“First aid for minor injuries” (1.5 hours)
“First aid for illness” (1.5 hours)
“First aid for musculoskeletal injuries” (1.5 hours)
Special courses in this specialist training programs:
Special course 1, “First aid for accidents” basic training course part 2 (1.5 hours)
Special course 2, Burns, chemical burns and poisoning (0.5 hours)