The Medical First Aid course covers how to prepare for a medical emergency on board so you can do what is required to preserve life until proper medical attention can be given. Subjects include; body structure and function, toxicological hazards onboard, casualty examination, spinal injuries, burns, fractures, care of the rescued, radio medical advice, pharmacology, sterilization of cardiac arrest, drowning, and asphyxia. Students will gain the essential knowledge and training to enable them to apply immediate first aid to an injured casualty and person suffering from illness on board.

This course aims to give trainees the essential education and training to be eligible to be equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding, and proficiency to carry out specific duties in accordance with TM requirements laid down below:

 STCW 1978 / 2010 as amended. Code A VJ-4 - 4. 1 IMO Model course 1.14

EUR 900 (750 for OOW 3000 students)
*Without accommodation


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