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BasicPlus First Aid / CPR / AED
CAREPLUS CPR / AE
FIRE WARDEN
Initial Fire Response (IFR)


BasicPlus First Aid / CPR / AED        Register 


2 days course English / Arabic)

Overview & Objectives
MDIC First Aid BasicPlus CPR, AED, and First Aid for adults is an objectives-driven, skills based training program. The program uses a proven seeing, hearing, speaking, feeling and doing approach to make learning easier and more enjoyable.

Topics
– First Aid Provider
– Recognizing an Emergency
– Personal Safety
– Deciding to Help
– Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
– Standard Precautions
– Personal Protective Equipment
– Legal Considerations
– Implied Consent
– Abandonment
– Good Samaritan Laws
– Emergency Medical Services
– Emergency Actions Plans
– Poison Help Line
– Emergency Moves
– Oxygen and the Human Body
– Sudden Cardiac Arrest
– Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
– Early Defibrillation
– Chain of Survival
– Secondary Cardia Arrest
– Opioid Overdose
– Chest Compressions
– Rescue Breaths
– AED Operation
– AED Troubleshooting & Considerations
– Primary Assessment – Unresponsive Person
– Recovery Position
– Caring for Cardiac Arrest
– Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
– Choking
– Assessment
– Primary Assessment – Responsive Person
– Secondary Assessment*
– Sudden Injury
– Control of Bleeding
– Tourniquets
– Hemostatic Dressings
– Using a Tourniquet*
– Using a Hemostatic Dressing*
– Shock
– Internal Bleeding
– Amputation*
– Impaled Subject*
– Open Chest Injury*
– Open Abdominal Injury*
– Head, Neck or Back Injury
– Spinal Injury
– Brain Injury
– Concussion
– Swollen, Painful or Deformed Limb
– Burns
– Nosebleed
– Injured Tooth
– Altered Mental Status
– Fainting
– Stroke
– Hypoglycemia
– Seizure
– Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath
– Asthma and Inhalers
– Severe Allergic Reaction
– Pain, Pressure or Discomfort in Chest
– Poisoning
– Severe Abdominal Pain*
– Heat Exhaustion
– Heat Stroke
– Hypothermia
– Frostbite
– Stinging Insects*
– Snakebites*
– Tick Bites*
– Marine Animal Stings*
– Animal and Human Bites*
– Emotional Considerations*
*Supplemental Topics

Who Should Attend
– Emergency Response Teams in business and industry
– School bus drivers
– Security guards

Class configurations
Max student to instructor ratio: 12 to 1

MEDIC First Aid-approved training materials
Student Book (one per participant, print or digital)

Certification
Upon successful completion of the program, trainees will be awarded BasicPlus Successful Completion (Certificate) by Medic First Aid. (Recognized certification period Up to 2 years)


CAREPLUS CPR / AED        Register 


1 day course (English / Arabic)

Overview and Program Goal
MEDIC First Aid CarePlus is an adult, child and infant CPR & AED program designed specifically for persons who are occupationally required or just desire to have CPR and AED knowledge and skills.

Program Contents:
– Oxygen and the Human Body
– Sudden Cardiac Arrest
– Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
– Early Defibrillation
– Chain of Survival
– Secondary Cardiac Arrest
– Cardiac Arrest: Opioid Overdose
– Cardiac Arrest: Children and Infants
– CPR and AED Provider
– Legal Considerations
– Recognizing an Emergency
– Personal Safety
– Deciding to Help
– Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
– Standard Precautions
– Personal Protective Equipment
– Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
– Chest Compressions
– Rescue Breaths
– Primary Assessment— Unresponsive Person
– Recovery Position
– Caring for Cardiac Arrest
– Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
– Automated External Defibrillation
– Choking
– Emotional Considerations

Who Should Attend?
– Emergency response teams in business & industry
– Adult residential care personnel
– Teachers
– Parents
– Babysitters

Supplemental topics
– CPR Feedback Devices
– High-Performance CPR
– Administration of Naloxone
– Control of Bleeding
– Internal Bleeding
– Shock
– Stroke
– Pain, Severe Pressure or Discomfort in the Chest

Class configurations
Max student to instructor ratio: 12 to 1

MEDIC First Aid-approved training materials
Student Book (one per participant, print or digital)

Certification
Upon successful completion of the program, trainees will be awarded CarePlus Successful Completion (Certificate) by Medic First Aid. (Recognized certification period Up to 2 years)


FIRE WARDEN        Register 


3 Hours (English)
Overview
This course will provide the necessary training required to be a qualified Fire Warden. It will provide an understanding of fire, familiarize you with fire hazards, fire safety arrangements, and detail what your emergency evacuation procedures should entail.

Course Objectives
For Fire Wardens to learn what to do & how to manage people to safety in an emergency or fire situation.

Course Content
Participants will  learn:
– What is Fire?
– How it moves smoke?
– Protection against Fire
– People at risk in the event of fire
– Routine checks
– Fire Fighting equipment
– Evacuation techniques and strategies
– Action in the event of fire
– Safe evacuation and fire assembly

Assessment
Written test

Certification
Candidates will receive a Towell Knowledge Institute attendance certificate.

Refresher Training & Certification Validity Period
Refresher Training is recommended every 2 years.


Initial Fire Response (IFR)        Register 


4 Hours (English)
Overview
The training course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher. The course is designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures.

Course Objectives
On completion of this course, participants will be able to:
– Describe the chemistry of fire
– Identify fire hazards in the workplace
– Follow evacuation procedures
– Select and use appropriate fire fighting equipment

Course Content
– Fire safety (Overview)
– Understanding the physics and chemistry of fire
– Development and spread of fire
– Action in the event of fire
– Means of raising alarm
– Means of summoning the fire brigade
– Action on hearing the fire alarm
– Evacuation procedures
– Practical demonstration in the use of foam and CO2 fire extinguishers using our state of the art gas fired training system.

Assessment
Assessment is by a multiple choice test and practical demonstration.

Certification
Towell Knowledge Institute of attendance In  Initial Fire Response (IFR) are awarded to participants on successful completion of course.

Refresher Training & Certification Validity Period
Refresher training is recommended at intervals of not greater than  2 years.