AED & Specialised Resuscitation Equipment
AED & Specialised Resuscitation Equipment training takes place at your practice and DBG’s qualified instructors will give the practice team ‘on-site’ training on the use of an Automated External Defibrillator & Specialist Resuscitation equipment recommended by the UK Resuscitation Council.
Why do I need to do this course?
Primary healthcare care providers, general practitioners and all other healthcare professionals should undergo training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) including basic airway management, specialised equipment and the use of an AED.
How long will this course take?
The course takes approximately 2 hours and is all verifiable CPD
What is covered in this course?
- In-house practice specific training.
- Group discussions covering theoretical topics such as causes of cardiac arrest, survival factors, statistics and how defibrillators work in order to save lines.
- The safe use of an AED on both adult and children.
- Basic AED daily maintenance procedures.
- Hands on review and practical usage of specialised resuscitation equipment including, oxygen administration during CPR, bag valve mask resuscitators, oro-pharyngeal airways and portable emergency suction devices.
- Multiple hands on practical cardiac arrest simulations, utilising the AED and all of the specialised resuscitation equipment.
- DBG trainer audit and recommendations as per UK Resuscitation Council and BNF Guidelines.
- Practice team emergency response, action taken and transfer of care to emergency services.
- Practice discussion to develop a bespoke emergency practice protocol/procedure.
- Recorded and documented competence assessments, audit and protocol in line with UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines.
How much does this course cost?
For a DBG Member the course is £220 + VAT for up to 15 delegates
For a non DBG member the course is £420 + VAT for up to 15 delegates