The aim of the course is to repeat what has been learned in the basic first aid course and to
supplement the relevant skills and knowledge. Various situations will be introduced, and the principles on how to avoid accidents and to preserve one’s health will be covered. The course has been designed for people who have been designated as a first aid provider by their employer and who have passed 16 academic hours of basic first aid training within the past three years; but also for everyone else wishing to renew their knowledge and practical skill in providing first aid.

The course aim is – to teach people how to act quickly and correctly at various type of injuries and a serious illness, beginning from bandaging of insignificant wounds till providing CPR resuscitation actions. Courses are organized according to requirements of the Red Cross and represent the highly skilled trainings aimed at development of practical knowledge and skills.

Course subjects:

An emergency aid in Tallinn;

Managing an incident;

Assessing a casualty;

The unconscious casualty and recovery position;

How provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation of adults, children, babies;

How to use an AED;

Choking adult, child, infant;

Life-threatening symptoms: shock, heart attack, stroke, seizures, anaphylactic shock;

Wounds and bleeding;


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