Aviation First Aid Level 2 (VTQ)
Who can take this Course?
Air steward & stewardesses, Pilots, Ground crew.
VTQ Level 2
About the Course
Aviation first aid, what a great idea! You know how important it is to be safe while flying or on the road, don't you? And safety always comes first. But what if you're already up in the air and something goes wrong? Training in aviation first aid will help you deal with these situations calmly and effectively. That's why we've made this Aviation First Aid Level 2 course for pilots and aircrew so that they can handle medical emergencies when they occur. From dealing with injuries or illnesses to managing concussions and more, this course will teach you everything you need to know about aviation first aid to be confident in any situation.
Knowing how to help can differentiate life and death in an emergency. That's why we've created Aviation First Aid Level 2 (VTQ), a course that teaches vital skills on the aircraft for both pilots and cabin crew. You'll learn CPR and AED use, as well as assess a patient who is unconscious or has lost consciousness according to EASA & UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines. In addition, the course is delivered according to UK standards, ensuring you'll get everything right every time. Plus, because the CAA approves us for our systems and teaching methods (we've been doing it for 11 years now!), your safety is guaranteed too! Check out our curriculum:
Introductory First Aid Training
Barriers and Face Shields
Broken bones, sprains and strains
Stress, Hyperventilation and panic attacks
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Contamination of skin, eyes from aviation fuel
Hyperthermia and frostbite
Gastro-intestinal disturbance - food poisoning
Moving and positioning people in care
Interested? Book your place today - places are limited!
Resuscitation is a skill that plays an essential part in treating any casualty, but it's even more critical in aviation emergencies. Did you know that treating medical emergencies in flight requires a different skill set? When you're on an aircraft, there are no hospitals nearby, and most likely, you don't have access to medical facilities or equipment. So how do you respond to a medical emergency? This course covers all the steps involved in providing care for onboard casualties. Whether they need first aid or advanced life support (ALS), this course will prepare you for the situation by teaching you about diseases and conditions that may be encountered on board an aircraft and how to treat them quickly and effectively. Plus, we've included links to UK CAA, EASA & UK and European Resuscitation Council guidelines so that you'll know where to go for more information if necessary. Make sure you're well prepared for every eventuality on your next flight. Sign up now!