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Registered Charity 1092333


First Aid Training Programme
We're based in North  Hampshire and train in pre-hospital care skills on Tuesday evenings at Crondall Old Gymnasium (map) from 8pm to 10pm  (behind Crondall Village Hall postcode: GU10 5QG).

Our training is free and is  open to anyone in the local area who  wishes to update their skills, including young people wanting to learn new skills, local NHS Community Responders, and others that we have previously trained.

  • Remember to bring: Comfortable/non-revealing clothes (that you can do CPR in), flat footwear and a pen.  Also bring your first aid manual and if you have one: a stethoscope, BP kit, and JRCALC to every session.
  • HFR volunteers need to attend at least 14 of these training sessions per year in order to maintain skills and first aider status.
  • The annual mandatory training sessions are shown in red and MUST be undertaken either by attending, or by completing the online version at http://www.hartfirstresponse.org.uk/login.htm
  • This programme may change at short notice  - please check website and emailed updates http://www.hartfirstresponse.org.uk/fa_training_programme.html

 

 

Date 2019

Month

Day

 Topic

1

Jan

Tu

No meeting

8

Jan

Tu

Safety briefing

Training ground rules

Managing an incident:

Scenarios, AMEGA plan, escalation, hygiene, reporting

Choking, chain of survival, Recovery position

Primary survey: DRSABC, monitoring vital signs and levels of consciousness AVPU

15

Jan

Tu

Resuscitation

AED practice

Heart attack - recognition and treatment

22

Jan

Tu

Bleeding  - CABC, Recognition, treatment, position, bandage, tourniquet, amputation, impalement, crushing, bruising, internal, foreign objects,

Shock - recognition, treatment

29

Jan

Tu

Mandatory: Safeguarding child and adult

5

Feb

Tu

No meeting

12

Feb

Tu

HFR Executive Committee

19

Feb

Tu

No meeting

26

Feb

Tu

Medication Administration of drugs, policy, process, legal parameters and practice: Adrenaline, glucagon, GTN, paracetamol, aspirin, salbutamol, ibuprofen

5

Mar

Tu

Medical conditions -  recognition, treatment, escalation for diabetes hypothermia, heat exhaustion, faint (TLOC), epilepsy, stroke, TIA, headache, meningitis

12

Mar

Tu

Mandatory: Infection prevention and control, aseptic technique, biohazard kits, dealing with blood/vomit, waste and sharps management, inoculation injuries

Minor bleeding eg cuts, grazes, tetanus

19

Mar

Tu

Burns Recognition, causes and treatment

Pain recognition and escalation. abdomen, chest, head,  questioning PQRST, chronic, relief, talk down, Administration of Entonox, pain scoring

26

Mar

Tu

Miscellaneous conditions - vomiting, hernia, poisoning, aches and pains

Bits of kit peak flow, nebuliser, Asherman chest seal, thermometer, pulse ox, BP kit, steri-strips, plasters, tubigauze, ice packs

2

Apr

Tu

Fractures, sprains and strains recognition and treatment: frac pacs, bandaging, KTD, SAM splint, open fractures

9

Apr

Tu

HFR Executive Committee

16

Apr

Tu

No meeting

23

Apr

Tu

No meeting

30

May

Tu

Core skills and competency updates - Primary and secondary surveys, recovery position, resuscitation

7

May

Tu

No meeting

14

May

Tu

Obs&Gynae - Supporting mothers to give birth and recognition of obstetric and gynaecological emergencies

21

May

Tu

Mandatory: Incident reporting and risk  management, risk assessments, PPE

28

May

Tu

No meeting

4

Jun

Tu

HFR Executive Committee

11

Jun

Tu

Head injuries: recognition, treatment and escalation maxillo-facial injuries, concussion, c-spine, AVPU, GCS, foreign objects in eyes, ears, nose

18

Jun

Tu

Practical scenarios

25

Jun

Tu

Social Evening

2

Jul

Tu

No meeting

9

Jul

Tu

No meeting

16

Jul

Tu

No meeting

23

Jul

Tu

No meeting

30

Jul

Tu

No meeting

6

Aug

Tu

No meeting

13

Aug

Tu

No meeting

20

Aug

Tu

No meeting

27

Aug

Tu

No meeting

3

Sep

Tu

No meeting

10

Sep

Tu

No meeting

17

Sep

Tu

HFR Executive Committee

24

Sep

Tu

Core skills and competency updates - Primary and secondary surveys, recovery position, resuscitation

Defibrillator theory - Heart A&P, heart rhythms, cardiac monitoring (3 lead, 12 lead), AED

1

Oct

Tu

Dealing with violence and aggression

8

Oct

Tu

Mandatory: Fire and scene safety, chocks & fire blanket, fire extinguisher use.   

Equality, diversity and inclusion

15

Oct

Tu

Recovery position

Primary survey: DRSABC, monitoring vital signs and levels of consciousness AVPU

Airway adjuncts OP, NP, LMA, iGel, suction

22

Oct

Tu

Mandatory: Confidentiality, consent, Mental Capacity Act, data protection, information governance and PRFs. 

Communicating with patients and colleagues, communicating on the move, radios, how to use advice cards

29

Oct

Tu

No meeting

5

Nov

Tu

First aid in the dark Please bring a torch

12

Nov

Tu

Annual Awards and AGM

19

Nov

Tu

Spinal injury recognition and escalation, injury stabilisation, helmet removal, spinal clearance, collars, longboard, scoop,  vacuum mattress, KED and TPOD

26

Nov

Tu

Mandatory: Moving and handling

Patient handling equipment Using, positioning and lifting the trolley cot, using canvas

3

Dec

Tu

Respiratory conditions: recognition and treatment chest diseases/trauma  A&P, drowning, choking, hanging,  asthma, COPD, hyperventilation, anaphylaxis, pneumothorax, haemothorax recognition and escalation, TWELVE FLAPS

Respiratory management: Oxygen therapy (BTS Guidance/JRCALC), respiratory arrest, BVM, Parapac

10

Dec

Tu

Social Evening

17

Dec

Tu

No meeting

24

Dec

Tu

No meeting

31

Jan

Tu

No meeting

7

Jan

Tu

Core skills and competency updates - Primary and secondary surveys, recovery position, resuscitation


 

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