Blended Online First Aid Training (Level 1)
(SAQA Unit Standard 119567)
In order to minimize disruption of workflow and to maximize flexibility with regards to space and time allocation, we have designed this Blended Online First Aid Training.
The content of the training is the same as for the traditional Level 1 First Aid Training.
The Theory of First Aid – Online Learning.
Usually taking up 1 day In-Class, the delegates will be guided through 7 Online Modules, each covering a section of Level 1 First Aid. After every module, a self-assessment will allow the delegates as well as us to monitor understanding and progress, and to provide you with feedback thereof. Once all self-assessments have successfully been completed, delegates can download a free version of the First Aid Manual and are ready for Part 2.
Practical Skills Session – In-Class Learning (1 day).
At a predetermined date, our facilitator will come to your premises for a 1 day In-Class Practical Skills Session. Here the delegates will have the chance to go through all modules of the online training, ask questions, and thereby deepen the understanding thereof. The facilitator will demonstrate and guide the delegates through all the practical skills required in order to become a successful First Aider. This session is hands-on, fun-filled, and exciting.
After completion of a summative assessment , the delegates will be issued with a Level 1 First Aid Certificate, which is valid for 3 years.
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Online Session – 7 modules with regular self-assessments to be completed online, duration to be predetermined by the Client
Practical Skills Session – 1 day, followed by summative assessment
Online Session determined by the learner (work, home, etc.)
Practical Skills Session at your premises
Accredited, valid for 3 years
|Some feedback we received:
“The First Aid training was amazing. To be honest with you it is a much better way of doing it. As nice as it is to sit in face to face training, finding the time to do a two day course is never easy. I feel that by doing it this way it has allowed us to train more of our staff. Especially being in a school to have taken fifteen teachers out of a classroom for two days is seldom possible.”