Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training Module is designed to empower candidates with knowledge and skills to provide basic resuscitation to assist a victim survival prior to transfer to a medical or paramedical facility.
People who complete this course become certified resuscitators who will be able to provide urgent care in an emergency. An individual will be informed about safety issues at the workplace and be prepared to react properly during an emergency or accident. Preventative measures are also taught to decrease the likelihood of accidents at the workplace or surrounding.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure that combines chest compressions often with artificial ventilation in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing in a person who is in cardiac arrest.
AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator) are small portable devices which can deliver an electric shock to a person’s heart. This shock can help to stop abnormal electrical impulses in the heart and allow it to return to a normal beating rhythm. The combination of CPR and AED use can literally bring a person back to life! People who complete this course become certified AED operator; they will be able to provide urgent care in an emergency. An individual will be informed about safety issues at the workplace and be prepared to react properly during an emergency or accident. Preventive measures are also taught to decrease the likelihood of accidents at the workplace or surrounding.
CPR and AED training consist of two different life-saving methods. CPR involves chest compressions and rescue breathing to sustain a victim until help arrives. An AED is an automated external defibrillator: This device sends an electric shock to a victim to restore a heartbeat. If a victim’s heart stops beating, seconds are precious. Optimally, CPR or AED use should begin within three to five minutes of the person’s collapse. Emergency personnel won’t make it to the victim within this time, which is why trained bystanders are so important for saving lives.
To prepare yourself to respond in a cardiac emergency, you will need CPR and AED training.
First aid is the immediate care given to a person who has been injured or suddenly taken ill. It includes self-help and home care if medical assistance is not available or is delayed. It also includes well-selected words of encouragement, evidence of willingness to help, and promotion of confidence by demonstration of competence.
The person giving first aid, the first-aider, deals with the whole situation, the injured person, and the injury or illness. He knows what not to do as well as what to do; he avoids errors that are frequently made by untrained persons through well-meant but misguided efforts.
4 Hours (Online 1 Days/ Offline 1 day)
Infant, Child and Adult
1000/- Per Person.
5 Hours (Online 1 Days/ Offline 1 day)
Infant, Child and Adult
2400/- Per Person.
12 Hours (Online 2 – 3 Days/ Offline 2 day)
CPR, Bandages, Choking and others 20 First Aid Protocols
2400/- Per Person
13 Hours (Online 2 – 3 Days/ Offline 2 day)
CPR, AED, Bandages, Choking and others 20 First Aid Protocols.
3600/- Per Person
5 to 6 Hours (Online 1 Days/ Offline 1 day)
CPR with 5 selected protocols
1600/- Per Person