Who is this AFO D13 Standard level first aid training course for?
Officers in [or about to become] an Authorised Firearms Officer role. We offer both initial and refresher training.
How long is it?
This two day course typically lasts from 0930 to 1630, though these times can be adjusted to meet your needs.
What is covered?
The full D13 first aid training syllabus, such as:
Initial Scene Management and scene assessment
Gathering information pertinent to a casualty
Dealing with an unconscious casualty
Dealing with a casualty who is convulsing/having a seizure
Performing BLS on an adult, child or infant
Management of a choking adult, child or infant
The recovery position
Management of a casualty in shock
Management of a casualty who is bleeding
Management of a casualty with chest, head or spinal injury
Management of a casualty with chest pain or fainted
Management of a casualty with a skeletal injury
Management of a casualty with Eye injuries
Management of infection
Automated External Defibrillator [where used]
Our course also covers: Triage; Road Traffic Collisions. Our course is now licensed by the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons [Edinburgh].
Call 0800 242 5210 or email us to discuss your needs.