First Aid Courses

Basic First Aid

Acquire NQF Level 1 accreditation, earning 5 credits over 2 enlightening days. Delve into legalities, anatomy, scene assessment, CPR, respiratory distress, and more. Walk away empowered to respond effectively in emergencies.

  • Legalities and the OSH Act
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Scene survey and casualty assessment.
  • Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and choking.
  • Respiratory distress and Asthma
  • Shock and fainting.
  • Bleeding, wounds and burns.
  • Heat related illness
  • Fractures, sprains and strains.
  • Head, and spinal injuries

  • Unit Standard 119567
  • NQF Level 1
  • Credits 5
  • Duration 2 days

Primary First Aid

Achieve NQF Level 5 accreditation with 2 credits in just 2 days. Gain expertise in emergency scene management, CPR techniques, wound care, shock, and more. Equip yourself to respond confidently in critical situations.

  • Emergency scene management
  • Primary and secondary survey
  • CPR – one and two person; adult, child, infant; AED
  • Respiratory distress – incl. artificial respiration
  • Choking – blocked airway; adult, child, infant
  • Circulatory shock and other types of shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Burns and fractures
  • Amputations and chest injuries
  • Unconsciousness and fainting
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Environmental injuries and illnesses
  • Poisoning, bites, and stings

  • Unit Standard 120496

  • NQF Level 5

  • Credits 2

  • Duration 2 days

Advanced First Responder

Accredited at NQF Level 3 with 8 credits, this intensive 3-4 day program delves into critical areas of medico-legal implications, emergency scene management, CPR techniques for various age groups, respiratory and circulatory distress, wound care, and more. Gain expertise in anatomy, disorders, and even emergency childbirth, enabling you to provide proficient care when it's needed most.

  • Medico-legal implications – incl. consent
  • Emergency scene management
  • Primary and secondary survey
  • CPR – one and two person; adult, child, infant; AED
  • Respiratory distress – incl. artificial respiration and oxygen therapy
  • Choking – blocked airway; adult, child, infant
  • Circulatory shock and other types of shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Burns and fractures
  • Amputations and chest injuries
  • Unconsciousness and fainting
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Environmental injuries and illnesses
  • Poisoning, bites, and stings
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Disorders and diseases
  • Pregnancy and emergency childbirth

  • Unit Standard 376480

  • NQF Level 3

  • Credits 8

  • Duration 3-4 days

Emergencies can strike anytime

Don’t leave your loved ones’ safety to chance. Ask yourself: Are you prepared to keep your family safe during emergencies? 

Contact Keeping it Compliant for accredited first-aid training today! Their comprehensive courses empower you with life-saving skills and knowledge to handle emergencies effectively.