Category: Health

Dislocations (Premium)

Dislocations Joint Dislocations Dislocation of joints like shoulders, ankles, fingers and elbows happen because of jerking movements or blows to the body during contact sports or accidents. Signs of a Dislocation The injury will...

Spider Bites (Premium)

In South Africa, there are many different types of spiders, but the most dangerous one would be the Button spiders or Black Widow as they are commonly known. These spiders have a deadly neurotoxic...

First Aid Level 1 – Christmas Special

10% Discount on all First Aid Level 1 registrations. This course is ideal for persons over the age of 16, nannies/child minders and as required academic qualification. Our new training facility is at: 85...

Allergies

We get allergies from food, medication, pollen, material, bee stings and chemical substances that our bodies react to severely. There are a variety of ways that our bodies respond to an allergic reaction, but...

Automated External Defibrillation

AED’s or automated external defibrillators are sophisticated machines designed to deliver electric shocks to patients in cardiac arrest. The heart’s pumping action is controlled by electrical activity. When this electrical activity is disorganized, the...

Principles of First Aid

First aid is the immediate care of an injured or suddenly sick person. It is the care a person applies as soon as possible after an accident or sudden illness. This prompt care and...

First Aid Level 3

Ethics and Legal Issues in First Aid Examining a Patient (mild to moderate injuries) Breathlessness Fits & Seizures Fractures Crush Injuries Water Accidents Abdominal and Pelvic Injuries Bacterial and Viral Skin Reactions Emergency Childbirth...

First Aid level 2

Basic Anatomy and Physiology Examining A Patient Soft Tissue and Joint Injuries Abdominal and Pelvic Injuries Thoracic Trauma Foreign Objects Eye Injuries Environmental Injuries Venomous Bites and Stings Poisoning   Book your course now!

First Aid Level 1

Principles of First Aid. Scene Size-up. CPR and AED use. Examining the patient. Bleeding and wounds. Fractures. Head and Spine Injuries. Airway Obstruction. Unconscious Patient. Shock. Book your course now!

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