Building Confidence in First Aid & CPR

Focus of this class is to increasing your willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency and provide CPR & First Aid.

11 teacher reviews total
1 course reviews total

1 class per week, for 2 weeks

Multi Class Course



50 minutes

Class Duration



1-4 students

Class Size



£60

Per Student


Course Description

Many people are very reluctant to give first aid for fear of doing something wrong. I want to encourage my students and build their confidence to make a difference in someone's life which goes far beyond knowledge. Course participants learn simple to follow steps for emergency care and practice applying skills in a non-stressful learning environment. We will focus on situations which can occur in a day to day need situation. For this reason we practice with tools that everyone has available at home.

This course is divided in two sections.
Section 1 (Primary Care/ CPR) focuses on the steps and techniques for handling life-threatening emergencies. We will practice skills for aiding patients who are not breathing, have no heartbeat, may have a spinal injury, may be in shock or who may have serious bleeding. You will learn how to perform CPR.
Section 2 (First/ Second Aid) how to provide first aid. You will learn to assess injuries, like spinal injury, persons may be in shock, and practice bandaging and splinting.

I prefer to have an open discussion and interaction. Students should place their questions directly.

The goals of this course are, that students have a simple CPR and first aid protocol that promotes long-term memory retention.

Please note: If you do not see a time or date listed for a course that interests you, please message me with possible dates and times. I will do my best to offer a session that will work for your schedule.
I am an Emergency First Response Instructor in active teaching status.
This class is a Sensitice Subject Area. It can cause distress.

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March 15th - March 17th (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • March 15th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • March 17th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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4 places available

March 22nd - March 24th (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • March 22nd 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • March 24th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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March 29th - March 31st (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • March 29th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • March 31st 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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April 6th - April 8th (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • April 6th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • April 8th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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April 12th - April 14th (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • April 12th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • April 14th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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April 19th - April 21st (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • April 19th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • April 21st 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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April 26th - April 28th (2 Scheduled Classes)

  • April 26th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
  • April 28th 16:00 - 16:50 (Europe/London Time)
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Teacher

Natascha

11 teacher reviews total

29 completed courses

About Me

Hi, my name is Natascha. For the moment now I live somewhere in Germany.

I was long-term travelling and during that time I became a Dive Instructor and I made my addiction to my profession and pass on my passion to diver newbies and show the incredible underwater world. I find it extremely rewarding when I share my knowledge with others and see people grow.

Besides this I am also a certified Emergency First Response Instructor. I first encountered this subject area in my early youth as part of my work in the youth fire brigade and later also in the voluntary fire brigade. The topic of first aid influences me so much that I was always a first aider at my workplace.

Before I was travelling & diving I worked over 14 years in the finance sector. I have a Master in Business Management, and I was a Risk Manager for a big international bank, responsible for three different countries. I worked in international projects, set up governance frameworks and risk models for the company, introduced new tools and transferred knowledge and gave best practice advice in a collaborative way to employees and made them fit for new challenges the bank was facing.

Even those two positions, Dive Instructor and Risk Manager, are so different, they gave me the chance to combine very essential skills, like excellent interpersonal, intercultural, and strong communication skills. Furthermore, I need to be engaging, well-organized and problem solving in each of these positions, and I am a person taking the initiative, with patience, and I have a great adaptability and leadership personality, which helps me with challenges I am facing.

My extraordinary life journey has provided me with the expert knowledge and experience to teach my classes ‘Building confidence – Increase your willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency’, ‘Seek adventure. Open your heart and mind- The basics of diving’ and ‘Adventure doesn´t have to wait – How to prepare for a long-time travel’

CPR & First Aid:
Many people are very reluctant to give first aid for fear of doing something wrong. I want to encourage my students and build their confidence to make a difference in someone's life which goes far beyond knowledge. Course participants learn simple to follow steps for emergency care and practice applying skills in a non-stressful learning environment.

Diving
This course focuses on knowledge development to understand basic principles of scuba diving. I create a splish splash experience for your introduction course on the dry deck.

Long-term travel
When I made my decision to break off my life here in Germany and go on a long-term trip, I was faced with some challenges. Many organizational measures must be taken to start well and prepared in the new life experience. In this course I explain the necessary steps, the challenges and how to overcome them.

I think life is too short for complicated things and doing them maybe later or sometimes. That´s why my main philosophy is to keep things simple. Complex and complicated topics I explain in an easy to understand language. Everyone should have fun, which is essential for learning, and it should be relevant for my students. That´s why I design my courses in a positive, upbeat environment. All my knowledge, personal experience, and for sure my passion, I share. I am a patient, fun-loving person and this is adapted into my teaching style. I always try to make things fun and interactive, and ensure that there is comprehension within the learning. I hope to inspire others to follow their dreams, because anything is possible.

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