Note: Your progress in watching these videos WILL NOT be tracked. These training videos are the same videos you will experience when you take the full Family First Aid Level 2 (VTQ) program. You may begin the training for free at any time to start officially tracking your progress toward your certificate of completion.

Before we start this course, we will first look at what will be covered during the training. The course is dived into categories and in each category there are a number of videos. You can pause and watch again any video on the course. We update our courses regularly and you will be able to see the replacement and new videos as they are released.

This maybe an online course, but if you have any questions during the course you can contact us on 01206 805359, email support@protrainings.eu or use our online chat on any of our online sites. More information can also be found on www.protrainings.eu.

You work through the course videos in order and to give you an idea of what the course will cover, the categories and videos on this course are:

Firstly, fears of first aid, scene safety, DRAB and ABCDs, how to use face shields, initial assessment, recovery position for both adults and infants and calling the emergency services.

In cardiac arrest and CPR we cover many different subjects including; adult and child CPR, drowning, compressions only CPR, resuscitation of children and improving compressions and breaths.

Heart attack, stroke, aspirin and the aspod are also included in the family first aid course, ensuring you know how to deal with an emergency if it should arise.
The choking management category includes choking recognition, adult choking and child choking and also infant choking. Bleeding control is also included in this Basic First Aid Course, demonstrating how to remove embedded objects from the body and how to deal with serious external bleeding.
The final category within this course will inform you on subjects such as; Adult fractures, head injuries, spinal injuries, eye injuries, burns, shock, asthma, epilepsy and finally bites and stings.