EFAW with TECC

This is a course written in house allowing both EFAW and a TECC awareness certificate to be issued. 

Who is this qualification for?
This is ideal for those working in low risk security areas, school or anyone who wants to know what to do in a mass casualty situation.

How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners should expect to undertake 8 hours of learning, typically over one day. 

Topics covered
  • Introduction and basic legislation 
  • Principles of first aid 
  • Vital signs – recognising how unwell the casualty is 
  • Incident procedure – dealing with an emergency situation 
  • Treatment of an unresponsive casualty 
  • Treatment of a casualty suffering with a Seizure 
  • Dealing with Bleeding and Shock 
  • Practical scenarios 
  • Recognition and treatment of Heart Attack and Angina 
  • Basic life support Heart attack 
  • Chain of survival 
  • Basic Life Support Non-Heart Attack (if applicable) 
  • AED - basic training
  • Choking 
  • TECC – mass casualty 
  • Triage 
  •  Scenarios  
Assessment method
This qualification is assessed by a practical demonstration and written/ oral questioning.
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