What can you expect?
The classroom-based training is a mix of theory and practice. You will be taught in small groups of no more than 15 people to optimise learning.
Continuous evaluation occurs during the course. Afterwards, you will receive the certificate of participation for designated persons recognised by the Federal Public Service Employment, Labour, and Social Dialogue (FPS WASO).
With around thirty training locations, Mensura guarantees a regional presence throughout the country. Here you will find an overview of the places where our classical courses take place.
How is the programme structured?
Role of the first aider
Legislation and practical implications
First aid register
Demonstration: first aid equipment
2. General approach to emergency situations
- Safety and hygiene
- Monitoring of vital functions:
- Alerting: notifying emergency services
- Approach to victim(s) and further first aid
- Practical exercise: Roadmap
3.The vital functions and clinical symptoms
Loss of consciousness
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Heart attack
Practical exercise: stable side position
Demonstration: hyperventilation, suffocation – blows to the back – abdominal thrust, heart attack
4. Basic resuscitation
Basic resuscitation "30-2"
Use of an AED
- Resuscitation "30-2"
- Using an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
5. Types of bleeding and shock
Internal and external bleeding
Practical exercise: pressure bandage
6. Injuries to the locomotor system
Practical exercise: wrist bandage and triangular bandage as a sling
7. Skin wounds
Practical exercise: disinfection of a wound and bandaging a finger
8. Burn wounds
Practical exercise: triangular bandage as a temporary cover
9. Eye injuries
Certificate of participation for designated persons
At the end of this training, you will receive the certificate of participation for designated persons recognised by the Federal Public Service Employment, Labour, and Social Dialogue (FPS WASO).