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Catastrophic Bleeding Workshop

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The Catastrophic Bleeding Workshop is designed specifically for first aiders from organisations that operate in high risk industries and have decided to store tourniquets and/or haemostatic dressings in their first aid kits. The Catastrophic Bleeding Workshop will give the learners with the necessary skills, knowledge and confidence on how to apply a tourniquet and haemostatic dressings.

 

This session can be added to any First Aid at Work or Emergency First Aid at Work Course, although additional time will be required. We would strongly recommend this for any business working in an environment where amputation or catastrophic bleeding could be a realistic risk due to the work activities. Please talk with a member of our team to discuss this.

Who is the Course For?

First Aiders from a high-risk work sector who have decided to carry tourniquets and/or haemostatic dressings.First Aid Instructors looking to carry out relevant CPD in Catastrophic Bleeds. Anyone else with an interest in First Aid CPD.

Syllabus

  • Recognising a catastrophic external bleed
  • Catastrophic external bleeding equipment
  • Catastrophic external bleed control measures
  • Casualty aftercare
  • Dangers of the incorrect use of tourniquets and haemostatic products

Prerequisite

  • This workshop is aimed at current first aiders who already have an understanding on how to manage bleeds

Course Duration

2 contact hours.
Good Skills Training normally deliver this course 09:00 – 11:00.

Awarding Body

There is no awarding body for this course, but it is certificated by Good Skills Training

Qualification Code

CBW

Delivery Type

Face-to-Face.

Maximum Learners Per Tutor

12

Assessment Method

This workshop is not formally assessed, although the tutor will demonstrate how to use the appropriate equipment and then observe learners carrying out the correct techniques for managing catastrophic bleeds.

Re-Qualification

Like all First Aid related courses, it is strongly recommended that learners undergo refresher training at least every 3-years.

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