Standard First Aid provides an in-depth training of all aspects of first aid and CPR. It covers all of Emergency First Aid and is for those who require a more in-depth understanding of first aid including: legal implications of first aid treatment, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, chest injuries, and medical emergencies.
Emergency First Aid is for people who want a general knowledge of first aid principles and the emergency treatment of injuries. Skills include: Primary Assessment (Scene and Person), CPR, choking External bleeding, heart attack, stroke, wounds and burns
Three levels of CPR training – A, B and C- are designed to meet the needs of both the public and professional rescuers. Learn CPR skills and the signs, symptoms and care of choking, non-breathing and pulseless victims. CPR courses teach the risk factors associated with heart disease and how to prevent them or reduce their effects. The tranquil foundation/Tranquil Educational Foundation CPR training is consistent with standards established by the Red Cross.
CPR-A (Adult): CPR and choking procedures for adults and includes how to use an AED and its importance.
CPR-B (Adult, Child & Infant): Choking procedures for adults, children and infants, how to use an AED.
CPR-C (Adult, Child & Infant): CPR skills and theory for adult, child and infants, including two-rescuer CPR skills, how to use an AED.
The course is designed specifically for those who, as part of their job descriptions as Health Care Providers, have a duty to respond to medical emergencies (e.g., doctors, nurses, paramedics and health care professionals). The skills covered in this course include:
1-rescuer situation and 2-rescuer situation for adult, Child and Infant
Automated External Defibrillator (AED),
Relief of choking,
The use of Bag Valve Mask (BVM).