Be a minimum of 15 years of age on the date of examination.
Perform basic resuscitation techniques.
Satisfy the majority of the Examiners in respect to their competence in all learning outcomes by -
- Written/oral examination.
- Basic Skill Performance.
- Rescue Scenario simulation.
For this award to remain current candidates are required to perform an annual proficiency test.
Perform a priority injury management assessment of a patient.
Place a patient in recovery position.
Perform a patient rollover.
Open airway by attaining a backward head tilt.
Perform2 full breaths in at least 2 seconds.
Detail breathing rates for adult, child, infant.
Perform rescue breathing technique.
Perform resuscitation (CPR) techniques.
Detail the systems of the body, specifically; muscular-skeletal, circulatory, respiratory, nervous.
Demonstrate a knowledge of when to commence CPR, and flow chart procedures for CPR.
Detail CPR rate for adult, child, and infant.
Perform 1 and 2 person CPR techniques.
Perform oxygen aided resuscitation technique.
Demonstrate and describe patient management procedures after CPR.