Emergency Medical Responder Course
Emergencies can happen at any time and sometimes the right medical response can make all the difference. That’s why our team offers an expert-level program, the Emergency Medical Responder Course.
This comprehensive and detailed approach provides you with everything you need to manage out-of-hospital medical emergencies. From standard first aid to more advanced training, this program has it all. So whether you’re an employer looking for detailed and comprehensive training or an individual who wants to be prepared for any emergency, our Emergency Medical Responder Course is perfect for you.
This course consists of 47 hours of face-to-face attendance, which will take place either in your workplace or at Al Awasi International Training Centre.
- Emergency Moves
- Primary Assessment
- Recovery Position
- Control of Bleeding
- Internal Bleeding
- Spinal Injury
- Brain Injury
- Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb
- Common medical emergencies
- Environmental emergencies
Up to 2 years
Al Awasi international training center is an approved training center for American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).
After successfully completion of the course you will get an international certificate with no need for authentication from Sudan foreign affair ministry.
The certificate is accepted internationally.
Successful completion (certification) requires the following:
- Written evaluation: Required
- Performance evaluation: Required. Demonstrate skill
competence in 5 specific skill areas:
– Respiratory Arrest (Bag-Mask)
– Adult Cardiac Arrest
– Infant Cardiac Arrest
– Traumatic Injury (Responsive or Unresponsive)
– Medical Emergency (Responsive or Unresponsive)
Successful completion is based on achievement of
the core learning obj
Current, valid professional-level BLS certification (ASHI
Basic Life Support (BLS) may be incorporated/conducted in
conjunction with the EMR program as needed.)
Government, workplace emergency response
teams, industry, lifeguards, security personnel,
law enforcement, corrections personnel, and other
individuals who are not EMS professionals or