Certificate of Achievement

Olaoluwa Oluwapelumi Tabitha

has completed the following course:

Basic First Aid: How to Be an Everyday Hero

The University of Glasgow

This online course is a basic guide to first aid. Students will have learned to recognise and manage emergencies, and have a foundation of first aid knowledge and skills on which they can build. Note that it is not a formal first aid qualification.

2 weeks, 1 hour per week

Leah Marks

Lecturer, School of Medicine,

The University of Glasgow

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Explain why first aid is a vital skill and know when to apply it
  • Describe how to recognize and manage the breathing unconscious patient
  • Describe how to recognize and manage the non-breathing unconscious patient
  • Summarise how to help someone who is choking
  • Describe how to manage an acute bleed
  • Discuss how to build on first aid knowledge through other resources

Syllabus

  • Explain why first aid is a vital skill and know when to apply it
  • Describe how to recognise and manage the non-breathing unconscious patient
  • Describe how to recognise and manage the breathing unconscious patient
  • Describe how to manage an acute bleed
  • Summarise how to help someone who is choking
  • Discuss how to build on first aid skills

Issued on 13th March 2022

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This certificate represents proof of learning. It is not a formal qualification, degree, or part of a degree.

Free online course:

Basic First Aid: How to Be an Everyday Hero

The University of Glasgow