Providing first aid (1 day)
In this part of the training, students learn to assess and treat victims according to the ABC approach. Students learn CPR and how to deal with shock, skin wounds, severe external blood loss, burns, fractures and dislocations and eye injuries. In addition to the necessary theory, the skills are practiced and trained.
Limiting and fighting a starting fire, communication and evacuation (1 day)
In this part, students learn how to extinguish a starting fire in practice. The theoretical part discusses how a fire starts and how it develops. Students learn how and with what means a fire can be extinguished. Naturally, the dangers of extinguishing are also discussed. Also in this section, attention is paid to cooperation with external emergency services. What information do you provide when reporting an incident? How does the alarm take place? What is the role of the emergency response officer in an eviction? What is in an evacuation plan? Which facilities must be installed in a building? These are all questions that will be answered in this part of the training.
Our courses are given according to the guidelines of the Netherlands Institute for In-house Emergency Response (NIBHV) and meet all the requirements set by the legislator for the training of the emergency response officer. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate from Ascent that is valid for one year. You can renew your certificate by following a refresher course. All courses are given in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
No prior knowledge is required.