PHECC Cardiac First Response (CFR)
It is estimated that at least 13 people die every day in Ireland from sudden cardiac arrest, totalling to over 5,000 deaths each year.
Cardiac arrest knows no place. It can happen anywhere, even in the workplace. This is why it is important to have someone qualified to provide cardiac first response (CFR) to any employee requiring treatment.
Medical experts say that cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can double and even triple the chance of survival of a person who suffered a cardiac arrest.
Recognising the importance of CPR and immediate treatment, the government has made it mandatory for companies to have a personnel trained to provide CFR.
iSafe offers the Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) Certified Cardiac First Response (CFR) training course. This programme takes approximately 4 hours to complete. It is designed to equip participants with the ability to provide proper, prompt and safe assistance to anyone who has suddenly collapsed.
PHECC Cardiac First Response
This course is open to anyone who wants to be a qualified cardiac first responder.
At the end of the course, the participants should:
- Identify the signs of a life-threatening situation or emergency
- Be able to effectively, safely and properly respond to a life-threatening emergency which includes performing basic life support skills like CPR
- Know how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) when needed
- Be able to recount to the emergency medical services every action and intervention done
We accept up to a max 8 participants per class.
This course takes 4 hours to complete
All participants need to take a written and a practical test at the end of the course.
Participants who complete the course and pass the assessment are going to receive a PHECC and iSafe CFR certificate which is valid for 2 years.
Want to learn more about PHECC Cardiac First Response training course?
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Upcoming PHECC Cardiac First Response courses
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