Head, neck, spine, chest and abdominal injuries can be dangerous due to the sensitive nature of the affected body part which can lead to death or permanent paralysis.
Learn how to successfully provide emergency first aid for a casualty suffering a suspected head, neck, spinal, chest or abdominal injury in this interactive online course.
This course features videos, quizzes and interactive learning. Either complete this course in one session or complete one topic at a time, your eLearning progress will be saved as you go.
Easily completed within 1 hour.
Participants will receive a St John Certificate of Completion.
This course is ideal those working in high risk industries where these types of injuries might occur, such as manufacturing, mining, construction, or any workplaces where vehicles are common. This course is also ideal for individuals who partake in high risk leisure activities such as rock climbing, surfing or contact sports.
Bone and joint injuries are very common, and when they occur, many people are often confused about the type of injury as well as the correct first aid treatment.
Learn how to identify and manage first aid to a casualty suffering a sprain, strain or dislocation in this interactive online course.
Falls, accidents with sharp objects, and car accidents are the most common causes of open wounds which can occur anywhere.
Learn how to successfully provide emergency first aid for a casualty suffering wounds or bleeding in this interactive online course.