The Resuscitation (CPR) course offered by Emergency Response First Aid is designed especially for who require training that conforms to the recommendations of the Australian Resuscitation Council. The topic covered in Resuscitation (CPR) course comprises of diagnosis of cardiac arrest, D.R.A.B.C.D Action Plan, external cardiac compression, mouth to mask method and when to start CPR. The advanced oxygen courses cover areas such as principles of first aid, infection control, working with the ambulance, advanced oxygen resuscitation, resuscitation (DRABCD), choking, oropharyngeal, chronic airway limitation, oxygen equipment, defibrillation and suction.
The training process offered by Emergency Response First Aid consists of client or employer consultation, course orientation, enrolment of students, recognition of prior learning, issuing nationally accredited certificates, evaluation of course, training delivery and assessment. The training approach provided by Emergency Response First Aid consists of lecturing, discussion and hands on group work, scenario analyses, skills learning and practice, group work and exercises, the first aid training company training method.
The assessment process in each course focuses on the practical demonstration of skills, and the underpinning knowledge that is required for demonstrating competence. The assessment takes place at the time of practical session along with the trainer or assessor. The assessment is simply a provision of whether the person is competent or not yet competent.