Cardiac First Responder Training?
A cardiac first responder is a person trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) who can respond to someone who has suddenly collapsed.
This 4.5-hour CFR Community course can play a critical role in keeping a person alive until the commencement of expert medical care.
A cardiac first responder may be part of the emergency medical services, a healthcare practitioner or a member of the public who has undertaken a Pre‐Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) recognised course within the last 2 years. CFR Community level is the pre or co‐requisite for entry to PHECC’s Emergency Care (Special Circumstances) courses.
- Chain of Survival
- Being a Responder
- Adult / Child / Infant CPR & AED Practice
- Adult / Child / Infant Foreign Body Airway Obstruction Practice
- Heart Attack
- Clinical Indemnity
- Infection Prevention & Control
- Handover & Documentation