AFO D13 Enhanced level first aid training

AFO D13 Enhanced Level first aid training

AFO enhanced level medic providing first aid in vehicle following RTC

Who is this course for?

Officers in [or about to become] an Authorised Firearms Officer  medic or instructor role.

How long is it?

This five day course typically lasts from 0930 to 1630, though these times can be adjusted to meet your needs.

 

 

What is covered?

The full AFO D13 Enhanced level first aid training syllabus, such as:

 

Standard Level First Aid [including]

Still from training video covering insertion of NP airway

Still from training video covering insertion of NP airway. Gloves removed for clarity of video.

Scene management

Care of an unconscious casualty

Basic Life Support

Ballistic injuries

Automated External Defibrillation

Management of breathing problems

Use of haemostatic dressings

Treatment of abdominal wounds

Still from training video covering insertion of OP airway

Burns and scalds

Medical conditions such as diabetes

Poisoning

 

Our course also covers: Triage; Road Traffic Collisions. Each course reflects our #trainforreal ethos with plenty of opportunity for your delegates to practice both their medical skills but also the decision making cycle, all with a realistic environment.

Each course can be adapted to reflect specific of in house policies and issued kit. An overview of a typical AFO D13 Enhanced level first aid training course is available here. Call 0800 242 5210 or email to discuss your needs.