First aid training

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First aid training

Post by invisible2012@ » Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:51 pm

Hi it's invisible 2014 but having trouble logging on but feel I need to post.i might be going on paediatric first aid this month paying extra for a small class and one to one.im terrified of failing after my bad experience of first aid training but I've explained to the lady about my dyspraxia.just work keep going on about first aid

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Re: First aid training

Post by allesandro » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:30 pm

Best of Luck to you . I know how difficult that can be. Daunting, and anxiety provoking.

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Re: First aid training

Post by Tom fod » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:43 pm

It's a skill worth having as it is a selling point if you want employment elsewhere.

All i can suggest is read as much as possible on theory and/or look at You Tube or other online vids to help yoi get it ingrained. Try to focus on your own activity and not what those watching may be thinking.


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Re: First aid training

Post by invisible2012@ » Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:55 pm

Thank you I've decided to have one to one training.

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Re: First aid training

Post by duffster39 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:38 pm

If you need any help just ask have taught first aid resuscitation etc for over 30 years and glad to give you any pointers some good resources online checkout bhf video clips skills for life which give you the basics for adult child has some slight modifications to include 5 rescue breaths the compression rate 30 :2 as per resuscitation council guidelines.

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