E-learning emergency first aid training, level 2 certified, ideal for dance teachers, instructors, performing arts, cpd certified online course.
This online emergency first aid course holds a level 2 training certification and is aimed at the dance studio, dance class, or performing arts environment who would like their staff to gain emergency first aid at work knowledge.
Our e-learning efaw course is designed to give anyone who works within the performing arts sector, e.g. a dance teacher, or instructor an introduction to emergency first aid at work training, which intern will give you the confidence to act & aid someone in an emergency first aid situation.
This course is also an ideal training solution to be run along side our AED, CPR & First Aid Course programme.
Who is this training course suitable for?
This level 2 online first aid training course is an ideal learning platform for dance teacher’s, dancing instructor’s, or anyone within the performing arts sectors, including stage hands.
E-learning first aid course, what’s covered?
- The role of the first aider
- First aid kits & equipment
- Surveying the scene
- The primary survey
- Using an AED
- Unconscious casualty & recovery position
- Seizures & choking
- Blood loss
- Minor & major injuries
On completion of this online first aid course you will be required to complete an online assessment, which has a pass mark of 80%. If you do not pass on your first attempt, you can re-take the test as many times as you need with no extra charge.
This online emergency first aid training is not only suitable for dance instructors, dance teachers, or the performing arts sector, but is also suitable for many working environments and is available with free emergency first aid at work training certification. This can be downloaded and printed on successful completion of this course
Our CPD certificate can be used to provide evidence for compliance and audit (recognised internationally).
All of our e-learning courses and programs are accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.