FIRST AID AND BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (ILCOR 2015 GUIDELINES) by B.G.C.S. Safety Training Services - SpeedyCourse Philippines
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B.G.C.S. Safety Training Services is an American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) Approved Training Centre. 
"'ASHI training programs are developed and administered by HSI, a major U.S. CPR, first aid, emergency medical and safety training organization.  ASHI training programs are equivalent to the training programs developed and administered by the American Heart Association,® Inc. and the American National Red Cross. An HSI representative was a volunteer member of the 2015 International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) First Aid Task Force and a collaborator on the 2015 International Consensus on First Aid Science with Treatment Recommendations."

This training is based on international guidelines coordinated by
the International Liaison Committe on Resuscitation 2015 (ILCOR)

ILCOR collaborates with principal resuscitation organizations worldwide to collect, review and share international scientific data on resuscitation. This committee is responsible for deciding the best way to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

Intended Participants:

Individuals (healthcare/laypeople) who require or desire First Aid and Basic Life Support knowledge and skills including emergency response teams in various organization, business or industry.

Successful Completion of the course, participants will have:

Certificate of Completion on First Aid and Basic Life Support in full accordance with the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) 2015 Revised Standards on Resuscitation
Billet Card on First Aid and Basic Life Support
Recognized certification period up to 1 year




 I. Introduction to First Aid:

  • First Aid Definition
  • Roles and Responsibilities of First Aider
  • Objectives of First Aid
  • Characteristics of a good first aider
  • Disease Transmission and prevention

 II.  Bleeding Emergencies

  • Bleeding definition, types and First Aid
  • Burn definition, types and First Aid
  • Bandaging - 
    • Head Injury
    • Eye Injury
    • Sling, Sling and Swathe
    •  Chest Injury
    • Palm Bandage, Palm Pressure Bandage (Shoe On/Shoe Off, Bended Knee/Elbow,)
    •   Burn (feet and hands)

III. Musculoskeletal Injuries

  • Fracture definition, types and first aid
  • Muscle Injuries, types and First aid
  • Spine and Head Injury and First Aid
  • Splinting (Long Bone and Short Bone)

IV. Specific Body Injuries

  • Evisceration
  • Epistaxis
  • Impaled object
  • Penetrating object
  • Extruded eyeball

 V. Common Medical Emergencies         

  • Hypothermia and Hyperthermia definition, signs and symptoms, first aid
  • Anaphylaxis definition, signs and symptoms and first aid
  • Seizure and Febrile seizure definition, signs and symptoms and first aid
  • Breathing Problems
    • Asthma and hyperventilation definition, signs and symptoms, and first aid
  • Diabetic Emergency
    • Hypo and Hyperglycemia definition, signs and symptoms and first aid
  • Shock          
    • Definition, signs and symptoms and first aid


I.  Introduction to Basic Life Support            

  • Definition of Basic Life Support
  • Chain of survival definition
  • Chain of Survival Explanation
  • “10 Minutes Golden Hour”

 II. Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationCPR Definition

  • CPR Procedures
  • Quality Chest Compressions
  • Hands Only CPR
  • The Value of CPR
  • Do 3 Things First
  • When to STOP CPR
  • When not to start CPR

III.  Practicals

  • Demonstration and Return Demonstration
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