Level Two goes into more detail e.g. Treatment of Paediatric patient
Duration – 2 days (16 Hours)
Entry Requirement – Valid Level 1 certificate
Certificate is valid for three years
Principals of Emergency Care & Safety
Emergency scene management
One & Two Rescuer C.P.R.
Child & Infant C.P.R.
Choking, wounds & bleeding
Shock, unconsciousness & fainting
Fractures, burns, head & spinal injuries
Joint injuries (sport injuries)
Chest & eye injuries
Multiple injury management
Abdominal Pelvic injuries
Environmental illnesses & injuries
Poisoning, bites & stings
Chest pain, diabetes, epilepsy & convulsions
Drowning & diving accidents
Elementary & applied anatomy & physiology
Legal implications & Ethics related to emergency care evaluation
The course is to be presented on a 50% theoretical and 50% practical basis.
The candidate is evaluated during the duration of the course. There are written examinations.
A compulsory pass in C.P.R. and A.R. is required.