First aid for minor injuries
– elective training course
1,5 hours (90 minutes)
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Participants will be able to assess and give the relevant type of first aid in connection with minor injuries, including injuries caused by domestic animals (dogs, cats, etc.), plants native to Denmark, foreign objects in the skin, ear, nose and eyes, dental injuries, nosebleeds, minor burns, chemical burns, minor stings and cuts, blows, head injuries, minor wounds and abrasions.
Participants must act in accordance with the 4 key steps of first aid.
TRAINING COURSE CONTENT
- First aid for minor injuries caused by plants and animals
- First aid for foreign objects in the skin, ears, nose and eyes
- First aid for dental injuries
- First aid for nosebleeds
- First help for minor burns and chemical burns
- First aid for minor stings and cuts, blows, minor wounds and abrasions
- Evaluation and reporting
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAINING COURSE
The course will have a minimal focus on theory, and will instead primarily entail floor-based exercises, participant reflection and practical exercises The practical exercises should be carried out in a relevant and suitable area with the inclusion of realistic props.
In order to receive the Danish First Aid Council’s first aid certificate or Specialist training program certificate, this program must be completed as an extension of the “First aid for accidents” or “First aid for cardiac arrest” basic training courses. Alternatively, participants must have completed a Danish First Aid Council basic training course within the last 24 months.
This course does not cover basic life support.