CARDIAC FIRST RESPONSE (CFR) Advanced Level
The CFR Advanced Level Course is accredited by The Pre Hospital
Emergency Care Council
-Administration of aspirin
assessment (FAST Assessment)
incident stress awareness
First Responder Report (CFRR) and legal indemnity issues.
advanced airway adjuncts (OPA & Non Inflatable Supraglottic Airway)
Bag-Valve Mask Ventilations
importance of working within a team
The CFR Community Level Course takes approximately 5 hours to complete and
you will receive Pre Hospital Emergency Care
Council (PHECC) CFR Advanced Level certification card upon successful completion
This is the number one course choice for Community Responders
All participants receive an A4 and wallet size certification card from the
Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council which is valid for two years.
|Who Should Attend:
||Anyone who wishes to become a Cardiac First
The target audience for the CFR Advanced course are persons who are
working or volunteering in the emergency medical services, fire and
rescue services or healthcare professionals, in other words, those
who have a ‘duty to respond/care’.
||PHECC CFR Manual
||Approx 5 hours
|Certificate Valid For:
||Pre Hospital Emergency Care Council
|Public Course Cost:
||120 euro per person
|Discounts for In-Company & Group Courses:
||From 83 euro per person
Contact us for a quote for both in-house and on-site training
Booking For Individuals:
This course is available as an open course for individuals to join, just call us or join our email list for updates of new courses and check our main page for details of our next open course.
Need A Course Urgently:
If you require this course urgently for work or safety audit, we can arrange this course at any time and in any location. This is possible even if it's just for one person. Just contact us for a quote.
Equality, Access, Transfer and Progression
Place on the course are provided on a first come basis. If a course is full additional courses may be scheduled if there is adequate demand. Safety Ireland will at all times ensure equality in our service provision. We therefore ask any learner that has specific learning requirements to contact our office on callsave
1850 555 999 or at the time of booking the training and we will ensure that
all possible measure are taken to meet requirements. English is the language
that the training in provided in and participants must have a good
understanding of the English language, in the case where this is not so
participants are permitted to bring an interpreter they may do so but prior
notice must be give to Safety Ireland.