For private purposes
You are looking to participate in your first first-aid course? Or do you “just” want to refresh your first-aid knowledge?
Easy! Register for one of our regular first-aid courses to keep up-to-date about first-aid. In our courses we will teach you how to confidently deal with emergencies by using the latest teaching methods and creating a nice atmosphere for learning.
The minimum number of first-aid providers within companies, retirement homes, Kindergarten/day care and schools is officially decided upon by insurances. In general, for a larger the number of employees a higher number of first-aid providers need to be educated and present during the working shifts.
Insurances cover the education of the mandatory first-aid providers. However, for some insurances it is necessary to apply for the cost coverage. In these cases we are happy to help.
To be considered a first-aid provider for companies one has to participate in first-aid trainings (or fresh-ups) every second year.
First-aid course for drivers license in Germany(Anerkennung nach §19 der Fahrerlaubnisverordnung)
You are so close to gain a little more freedom by getting your driver’s license? Everybody is looking forward to this moment. Hopefully you managed to find the best driver’s school for you…
Finding the perfect first-aid school is just as important. Sounds like a job for us...
Our team of first-aid trainers all are experienced first-aid providers, have been or are still working as paramedics or are even emergency trained medicals do their best to create a comfortable learning atmosphere for first aid. Thus, in the end you do not only have a certificate, but actually learned something for your trip by car or motorcycle.
Course duration: 9 teaching units à 45 minutes (=8 hours incl. breaks)
Location: Either in our training facilities or “inhouse” at your company/school/daycare/…
Main topics (personal suggestions/interests will be included as time allows it)
– Finding an unconscious person
– Checking for vital functions
– Safety measurements at a scene of an accident
– Emergency call
– Recovery position
– Ventilation (during CPR/resuscitation)
– Bandages/wound management
– Burns, thermic emergencies/accidents
– Acid/chemical burns
– number of practical exercises and possibilities to actively practice!