The CPR training for GP Practices is designed to equip participants with CPR skills for adult and children and to meet the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF).
The CPR training for GP Practices is taught only by Resuscitation Council accredited instructors who also teach to hospital cardiac arrest teams.
Each trainer is an expert in their field and will provide you and your staff with the most up to date training methods as well as offer a wealth of knowledge from direct hands on experience.
We all know skills decay rapidly if not practiced regularly. Resuscitation skills are no exception. QOF requires clinical staff to renew every 18 months and non-clinical staff every 3 years. The Resuscitation Council goes further, recommending re-skilling every 6 months to a year and many GP surgeries renew annually.
Who Is The Course For?
The CPR Training for GP Practices is suitable for health care professionals or anyone working within the health care industry including nurses, receptionists and support staff. CPR Training for GP Practices is not only a good life skills course but also a required mandatory training requirement in many health care environments and professions including Nursing, Care Workers and Medical Professionals.
Number of Candidates
This course can accommodate up to 12 candidates.
The 3.5 hour course can cover the following key areas:
- ABCDE approach to assessing the sick patient
- Managing choking
- Recovery position
- Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- Resuscitation drugs and equipment including Oxygen
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training
- Airway Management – practical use of airway adjuncts and suction as appropriate to environment
This course is certified on the basis of continuous assessment by the trainer. Successful candidates shall be issued with a CPD certificate valid for 1 1/2 years, non-clinicians 3 yearly as per QOF.
We aim to achieve
Pragmatic, professional advice
Excellent customer service
Value for money