About this course
The First Aid Responder Instructor Training Course is designed to enable participants to deliver First Aid Response training.
A pre requisite for entry onto a FAR-Instructor course is that an individual has certified at provider level within the last 12 months. The level of certification will determine the level at which they may apply for instructor training.
This course takes two days to complete with 3 monitoring sessions upon completion
- Two Day Instructional Methods Course
- Three Training Delivery Monitoring Sessions for FAR
Upon successful completion of this course participants will receive a PHECC recognised CFR-Instructor certificate which is valid for 2 years.
Ireland has high rate of death from cardiac related issues, 1 in 5 of all deaths 5,000 people per year die from Sudden cardiac death in Ireland 14 deaths per day from Sudden cardiac death Death can often be prevented if CPR is started immediately Immediate CPR prevents permanent damage to the brain and heart Survival rates decline by 10% every minute in cardiac arrest without defibrillation If Defibrillation is commenced within 5minutes survival rates are 50% or higher If Defibrillation is commenced within 10minutes survival rates are 0-10%
Supervised teaching practice
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Our Upcoming Courses
Manual Handling - 06/10/2020
Patient Manual Handling - 06/10/2020
First Aid Response Refresher - 06/10/2020
Buccal Midazolam Familiarisation - 07/10/2020
Our First Aid Response Instructors
Dan is a qualified paramedic with a diploma in Emergency medical technology from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and a graduate diploma in emergency medical science from UCD. Along with Dan’s many years of clinical practice he also holds a Cardiac First Responder Advanced Instructor certificate and a diploma in continuing education and training from NUIM.
Dermot is a qualified advanced paramedic with a diploma in Emergency medical technology from Northeastern University and an higher diploma in Emergency medical science from UCD. Along with Dermot’s many years of clinical practice he also holds a Cardiac First Responder Advanced Instructor certificate and a diploma in continuing education and training from NUIM.