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CPD Introduction to First Aid – Zone 3 (CPD Certified)

Course Overview

Are you looking to complete a certified first aid course? This course aims to provide you with the knowledge you need to understand the key areas of first aid. The course will enable you to increase the safety of yourself and others in the workplace and in other everyday environments. This is a great course for anyone who is interested in first aid, as it will provide you with crucial skills that apply to all aspects of work and everyday life.


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Perfect for an introduction to a subject or a subject refresher

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Receive an e-certificate upon completion

Nationally recognised

Official CPD certified course

Key Information

Course Length
4 hours

Course Level
Level CPD

Learning Method(s)
Online materials
Online assessment

For Individuals

Cost and Funding Information

Full Cost Price
£35.00

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Zone 3 is made up of manageable sections, including:

Section 1: Choking (Adult)

In this section, you will learn what choking is, the signs of choking and a blocked airway, how to respond when someone is choking, and how to administer first aid to an individual who is

Section 2: Chest pains (including heart attack)

You will learn how a heart attack occurs, the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, the effects of and treatment for angina, the first aid that is appropriate for a conscious patient and the first aid that should be administered to an unconscious or unresponsive patient.

Section 3: Seizures

In this section, you will look at what a seizure involves, the signs and symptoms of a seizure, the different types of seizures, when to call an ambulance and the actions to take if an individual has a seizure. You will also learn what a first-aider should do in response to a seizure and what they should not do.

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