it is aimed at first aid managers and not first aiders
Very informative. A good training course.
Good format …. key points all clear & well covered.
All emergency first aiders are trained to treat anaphylaxis - this is an outdated question. Similarly one question asked is if the First Aid Appointed person should administer first aid in an EMERGENCY - the answer was no. Well this is wrong too. We are all taught to do something rather than nothing! Although England does not have the Good Samaritan Law as other European countries do have an unappointed first aider can attempt to give CPR in an emergency. In fact people have been commended for their actions for attempting to help. This is a cruel questions and one you should adjust or omit.
We enjoy the iHASCO courses as they are well delivered, thorough and have different media to help support the message being conveyed. There is often extra info which is well worth looking at too.
I found this course to be very helpful
Found this course very informative and a good update about RIDDOR and first aid requirements that are available for different peoples abilities.
Clear and easy to use. I would recommend using the transcript as the audio drops quite frequently missing key words out
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courses on first aid should be designed for what to do in a emergency this is more legal requirement for company