The BCLS (Basic Cardiac Life Support) + Automated External Defibrillator (AED) programme provides an in-depth training and higher standard of First Aid for both adult and infant victims; it also includes the management of foreign body airway obstruction for both adult and infant. It also includes operating of the AED in an emergency situation.
BCLS + AED COURSE
recommended for schools
Vertex, Axis Training Office
33 Ubi Avenue 3
available course dates
Classes are open all-year round but subjected to availability with minimum pax. of 6 to run.
*Singaporeans are able to use your SkillsFuture Credit to offset your Course Fees, find out more here.
*Refresher courses are available and are of similar pricing
At the end of the course the trainees will be able to:
Identify the roots and causation of different types of inadvertent injuries
Provide administration of standard immediate first aid without any external assistance
Master CPR + AED and its procedures for both adult and infant casualties
Master foreign airway obstruction management for a responsive person or infant
Efficiently organise and manage a mass casualty incident
Classroom-based instructor-led training focusing on simulation activities (Instructor and video, demonstration and skills)
Course is updated from the 2010 AHA Guidelines
A certificate of attendance will be given upon completion of the course.
SERA Basic First Aid Course Manual
First Aid Simulation (through close to real life situations)
Theory Assessment: 80% score requirement
(Multiple Choice Questions, 2 attempts allowed)
Practical Assessment: 100% score requirement
(3 attempts allowed)
The re-assessment fee of $40 applies to trainees who fail their 2nd attempt at the theory assessment
Trainees who fail in any practical assessment will have to retake theory and practical assessments
Trainees who fail on the 3rd attempt of the practical assessment will retake the entire course
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a SFA + BCLS + AED Certification that is accredited by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) and is valid for 2 years.