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Basic Cardiac Life Support + Automated External Defibrillator (BCLS + AED) Certification


Course objective

This programme aims to equip participants with the skills of CPR and foreign body airway obstruction for adult and infant victims, and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) in an adult collapse victim.

Course content

 Modules

  • One Man CPR
  • Relief of adult Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (conscious and unconscious)   
  • Infant CPR
  • Relief of Infant Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (conscious and unconscious)   
  • Application of AED
    • Safety issue
    • Pad placement

e-Course Manual

Click here for BCLS+AED e-Course Manual

Duration

1 day

Timing

8am to 5pm

Course fees

$200 (excluding GST)

Target audience

Medical / Nursing / Paramedical / General public

Assessment

  • Written Assessment
  • Skills assessment for:
    • CPR in adult and infant
    • Relief of foreign body airway obstruction in conscious adult and infant
    • Relief of foreign body airway obstruction in unconscious adult and infant
    • One-man CPR with AED scenarios

Award certification

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded:

  • A certificate with two years' validity
  • 4 CPE points

Date

Currently unavailable

Venue

National Heart Centre Singapore
5 Hospital Drive
Singapore 169609

Click here for directions to NHCS

Contact person

Email: ndu@nhcs.com.sg
Tel: (65) 6704 2151

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