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Basic First Aid Refresher

Basic First Aid Refresher

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The first aid refresher course is intended to maintain the required level of First Aid skills and knowledge for those who already completed the basic First Aid course and want to keep their First Aid certificate valid.

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This is the refresher of the Basic First Aid course. After three years, when the validation of the first one expires, you may want to renew your license. The Basic First Aid Refresher is validated for one year.

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The training and course material is based on the guidelines of the Oranje Kruis. The course consists of a theoretical and practical parts. During the practical part we use lotus victims. The following aspects are covered: disturbances in consciousness and breathing, stop of circulation, severe external bleeding and wounds, shock, burns, bruises and sprains, dislocations and fractures, eye injuries, poisoning, electrical accidents, heat and cold injuries, short-distance transport , and related tools and the human body.

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