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Emergency Care Assistant - (First Aid)

Course Features


Exploring the fundamental principles of emergency care, this course equips learners with the theoretical knowledge essential for managing critical situations effectively. By focusing on the essentials of first aid and addressing secondary health conditions, the curriculum is meticulously crafted to provide a comprehensive understanding without requiring physical intervention. This approach ensures accessibility and relevance, catering to a wide range of learning needs.

The course content is structured to progressively build on foundational knowledge, from understanding the goals of first aid to dealing with complex secondary conditions. Without the need for practical execution, students can delve deep into the theory behind life-saving techniques and condition management, making this course ideal for those seeking a thorough grounding in emergency care principles.

Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the primary objectives of first aid and its significance in emergency care.
  • Learn the methodologies involved in conducting a thorough secondary survey.
  • Acquire knowledge on treating a variety of secondary injuries effectively.
  • Master the theoretical aspects of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Identify and understand various secondary illnesses and conditions.
  • Gain insights into additional secondary illnesses and conditions to enhance response strategies.


This Emergency Care Assistant course provides an in-depth exploration of first aid, tailored for those aspiring to support emergency situations with vital knowledge. Initially, students will familiarise themselves with the overarching aim of first aid, setting a solid foundation for subsequent modules. Following this, the course delves into the intricacies of the secondary survey, a critical process in assessing patients thoroughly.

As learners progress, they will encounter modules dedicated to the treatment of secondary injuries and the theoretical principles behind resuscitation techniques such as CPR. The latter part of the course addresses secondary illnesses and conditions, offering detailed insights into their identification and theoretical management. This structured approach ensures a robust understanding of all aspects of emergency care, purely from a theoretical perspective.

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Certificate of Achievement

Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised CPD certificate and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £4.99 and Hardcopy Certificate for £9.99.

Who Is This Course For?​


The Emergency Care Assistant – (First Aid) course requires no prior degree or experience. All you require is English proficiency, numeracy literacy and a gadget with stable internet connection. Learn and train for a prosperous career in the thriving and fast-growing industry of Emergency Care Assistant – (First Aid), without any fuss.

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Course Curriculum

Module 1: The Aim of First Aid
Module 1: The Aim of First Aid 01:06:00
Module 2: The Secondary Survey
Module 2: The Secondary Survey 01:06:00
Module 3: Treating Secondary Injuries
Module 3: Treating Secondary Injuries 01:09:00
Module 4: Resuscitation (CPR)
Module 4: Resuscitation (CPR) 00:48:00
Module 5: Secondary Illnesses and Conditions
Module 5: Secondary Illnesses and Conditions 01:15:00
Module 6: Additional Secondary Illnesses and Conditions
Module 6: Additional Secondary Illnesses and Conditions 00:54:00
Mock Exam
Mock Exam – Emergency Care Assistant – (First Aid) 00:20:00
Final Exam
Final Exam – Emergency Care Assistant – (First Aid) 00:20:00
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Order Your Certificate 00:00:00

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