Resuscitation Training | Online E-learning

Provide life-saving first response with effective resuscitation

If somebody goes into cardiac arrest, the difference between a healthy recovery and a fatality can often be effective resuscitation training.

This Resuscitation Training e-learning will give you the knowledge to respond effectively to a person experiencing cardiac arrest.

From recognising early signs and first response, to providing CPR and post-resuscitation care, this interactive e-learning will give you a comprehensive understanding of how and when to offer appropriate care and take action.

Developed by healthcare professionals, this training looks at issues such as recognising signs, effective assessment, getting help, performing CPR, defibrillation, helping a choking victim, post-resuscitation care, as well as outlining your legal obligations.

What will I learn?

By the end of this Resuscitation Training e-learning, you will be able to:

  • Recognise cardiac arrest
  • Perform CPR
  • Manage a choking victim
  • Perform ABCDE patient assessment
  • Explain the importance of post-resuscitation care
  • Explain your legal obligations
  • Outline the use of treatment pathways

Who should take this course?

This Resuscitation Training e-learning is suitable for anyone working in healthcare and social care environments, who needs the knowledge to perform resuscitation.

Applicants must be proficient in written and spoken English. Contact us to find out about our bespoke multi-lingual courses.

escalla Healthcare courses

escalla Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading healthcare education providers, and celebrates over 25 years of working in the health sector.

Our bespoke and off-the-shelf catalogue utilise the latest interactive learning techniques and platforms. Learners benefit from informative and engaging content, with built-in assessment, certification and hosting options.

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resuscitation training course Content

  • The legal situation
  • Treatment pathway
  • Improving the chances of survival
  • First response
  • Checking responsiveness
  • Communication tools
  • SBAR
  • No response
  • Compressions for adults
  • Compressions for infants and children
  • Rescue breaths
  • When to stop
  • Recovery position
  • Automated external defibrillators
  • Underlying principles
  • Airway
  • Breathing
  • Circulation
  • Disability
  • Exposure
  • Considerations for new-born babies
  • If someone is choking
  • Mild or severe episodes
  • Back blows and abdominal thrusts
  • Unconsciousness
  • Further examination
  • Observations and monitoring
  • Testing alertness
  • Signs in children
  • Questions for your manager