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First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
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First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
First aid training booklet
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  • To start with, there is NO such thing as an International RTO. As for the IARC, please see this link of UNRECOGNISED higher education accreditation organizations (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unrecognized_higher_education_accreditation_organizations). As for the AREMT, this is a "1 man band" operation run out of Australia. It has absolutely NO authority as a registering body and is only a SELF PROCLAIMED registry that has fooled many good organisations around the world. Come on Medic One, you are better than that rubbish..... this just makes you look SILLY and FOOLISH
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  • 1. Course Guide 2009 First Aid For General Public & Health Care Professionals Authorized International Training Provider for
  • 2. As the Country Designate of Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT), Medic One now brings global certification in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for doctors, nurses, health & safety officers, other industrial personnel and the general public to safeguard their workplace and homes. 2
  • 3. Contents About Medic One 4-7 • Facts • Medic One & Save A Life Team (S.A.L.T) Medic One as a Registered Training Organization (RTO) 8-9 • What is a RTO • Medic One as an International RTO • The First and Only Licensee in Indonesia • How We Train FIRST AID COURSES FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC 10 - 11 Life Saver Courses 12 - 13 • Life Saver CPR Awareness • Life Saver CPR Competency First Aider Courses 14 - 27 • Basic First Aid • Intermediate First Aid • Child Care First Aid (For Parents & Teachers) • Child Care First Aid (For Nannies) • Youth First Aid • Super Kids First Aid • Intermediate Workplace First Aid • Occupational First Aid • Aviation First Aid FIRST AID COURSES FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS 28 - 29 Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) 30 - 31 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 32 Advanced EMT (AEMT) 33 Paramedic 34 - 35 New Courses Coming Soon 36 - 37 • Basic Trauma Life Support – Cardiac Life Support (BTLS-CLS) • Advanced Trauma Life Support – Cardiac Life Support (ATLS-CLS) First Aid Kits and Other Products 38 - 39 3
  • 4. What if someone you know were to suffer a medical emergency, Would you know what to do? Are you reAdy? 4
  • 5. About Medic one Facts - Did you know? • United Nations calls for every nation to provide its citizens with access to immediate emergency medical services. (Article 12-U.N. International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights). • Cardiovascular diseases - CVD (e.g. heart attack and stroke) is now the number one killer in Indonesia (WHO). • Heart disease strikes at a much younger age in Asia than in the west. • About 75 percent to 80 percent of all sudden cardiac arrests happen at home, so being trained to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can mean the difference between life and death. • In Indonesia there is no reliable emergency number to call. • First Aid is not in our education system. Almost no one in a typical Indonesian family know how to provide immediate medical help. • Effective first aid or CPR, provided immediately after sudden cardiac arrest, can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival. • Brain death starts to occur four to six minutes after someone experiences sudden cardiac arrest if no CPR or defibrillation occurs during that time. • In Indonesia there is no medical team available to arrive at a medical emergency scene in a timely manner. • Most ambulances are not "Life Support" ready. A typical ambulance is a "pick-up & load" service with no capability to sustain someone's life on the way to a hospital. • Approximately 94 percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims die before reaching the hospital. • While there are many hospitals, most are not ready for a medical emergency. While triaging (patient priority) system is in the standard operating procedures, execution of such a system is still far from world standards. Source: - World Health Organization (2008). - Asia Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration (2006). 5
  • 6. Medic One’s mission is two-fold. Firstly, we are is the first private health care organization in Indonesia to provide the most rapid and the most thorough Emergency Medical Services (EMS) similar to US' 911, plus Health Care Concierge, as well as a host of other Pre-Hospitalization Services – ensuring you peace of mind and support in time of need. Secondly, we serve the community with Save-A-Life-Team (S.A.L.T) program which aims to provide first aid skills to everyone. Those skills can then be used to help in an emergency prior to the arrival of a medical team or on the way to the hospital. How S.A.L.T works To quickly accomplish its second mission, Medic One collaborates with volunteer firstaiders and selected community champions to develop our train-the-trainer program aimed at public school teachers and youth at schools. In turn these teachers and youth will safeguard their schools and become our ambassadors to pass on their life-saving skills to their community. Milestone 2011: 5000 Trainers in Jakarta Our first milestone is to develop 5000 S.A.L.T teacher-trainers and youth-trainers in Jakarta by 2011. Why youth also? Because the lessons learned early in life establish behavioral patterns for the rest of a person’s life and become a part of that person’s core beliefs and values. In overseas, the use of such an approach has a proven track record of producing commited citizens who will act due to increased knowledge, confidence, and a desire to help sustain someone’s life - before medical professionals arrive. How You Can Help – Building a Safer Indonesia There are many ways you can help us develop S.A.L.T trainers. Spend a few hours and take up any of our First Aider courses and part of your fee will help S.A.L.T trainers to be equiped. Or sponsor the public school where you grew up. Or become a volunteer S.A.L.T officer. S.A.L.T is also heavily reliant upon the generosity of charitable organizations as well. If you wish to become a sponsor, make a donation or integrate S.A.L.T into your company Corporate Social Responsibility program, call us at (62-21) 725 9100 for more information. 6
  • 7. About Medic one and Save A Life Team 7
  • 8. What is a Registered Training Organization (RTO)? Registered training organizations go through a long process of stringent criterion and requirements by the accrediting body to ensure the qualification, credibility and eligibility of the training provider to issue certification. Medic One as an International RTO Medic One, as the country designate of Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) and US Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI), is a RTO under International Accreditation & Recognition Council (IARC). Standards are set according to internationally expected academic norms for credible education with standards set by education professionals. Historically, less than 40% of recognized applications have ever been successful with IARC. It is different from other accreditation systems in that we are audited to ensure minimum standards are met with equal importance given to both procedures and quality of the emergency first aid education provided. The first and only licensee in Indonesia to provide curriculum from world class medical organizations Medic One’s internationally recognized courses include those certified by American Heart Association, American College of Emergency Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, International Association of Flight Paramedics and American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 8
  • 9. Medic one As a registered Training organization How we train Medic One utilizes trainers who have real–life experience in first aid. These trainers are well–rounded as emergency paramedics and emergency physicians with field experience in saving lives. This helps ensure that the training remains relevant, practical and not simply “straight off the slides”. Utilizing a proven training system and methodology that took time to develop and fully adopt, Medic One trains in facilities that are well–designed with sufficient equipment to ensure the best learning environment. As a capstone to our system in safeguarding the quality of our training system, Medic One utilizes an Expatriate Technical Advisor who has extensive experience in the management of the provision of pre- hospital emergency medical care. All of this is backed by Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) experience in professional and community training. Plus, if you become a Medic One FirstAider, you have access to our medical response center for reminders, updates and support in the "Chain of Rescue" during a medical emergency. 9
  • 10. IndoneSIA'S FIrST GLobALLy ACCredITed TrAInInG CenTer. If you have never been trained in first aid or CPR, now is the time to learn from an internationally accredited training organization-the first in Indonesia. If you choose, you can even be globally certified as a first aider. If you have received CPR training, take a refresher course and learn how recent research was made it even easier to learn and perform CPR. 10 10
  • 11. First Aid Courses for General Public Anyone who witnesses a medical emergency can provide immediate help and potentially save someone’s life. Immediate attention by a trained individual is far better than rushing a victim to a hospital or waiting for an ambulance. The Medic One first aid courses follow in the footsteps of the International Red Cross founder Henry Dunant who organized local villagers into first aid teams during a battle. Thousands of the war wounded were saved. 11
  • 12. General Public I don't know if I can turn your child into Kenny G. But I know I can save his life. 12 12
  • 13. Life Saver Courses LIFe SAVer If you were with someone who had a heart attack or stopped breathing, would you know what to do? When blood flow or breathing stops, seconds count. CPR extends lives. CPR can maintain circulation and breathing until medical help arrives. Life Saver CPR Awareness This quick course equips you with the basic knowledge and a demonstration of how to save a life. You will learn how to keep of how oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and other vital organs, thereby delaying tissue death and extending the brief window of opportunity for a successful resuscitation without permanent brain damage - until medical help arrives. Focus is on Airway, Breathing, and Circulation (ABCs) care. Course Content • The Chain of Survival • Rescue Breathing • Action in an Emergency • Cardio Pulmonary • Recovery Resuscitation (CPR) Course duration: Certification: 2 hours No certification Life Saver CPR Competency This competency course is similar to Life Saver Awareness but has more in-depth theory and more practical exercises. Course Content • The Chain of Survival • Cardio Pulmonary • Action in an Emergency Resuscitation (CPR) for adult, • Recovery child, and infant • Rescue Breathing • Choking Course duration: Certification: 4 hours Live Saver CPR Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Medic One recommends that you refresh your resuscitation skill every 12 months. 13
  • 14. General Public I give legal advice. You receive my bills. But I'll save your life for free. 14 14
  • 15. First Aider Courses FIrST AIder Whether you safeguard your customers, want training for your employees, or simply want to know how to help someone in an emergency, Medic One has a course for you. Our First Aider Courses are available for a variety of purposes and can be tailored to the needs of specific groups and individuals. Each course combines lectures, demonstrations and video with hands-on training and practice. basic First Aid This is our most popular first aid course. It focuses on key life-saving skills, provides an opportunity to learn the first aid to most common injuries and emergency medical situations, and is underpinned by relevant theory. Basic first aid is usually performed by a lay person until definitive medical treatment can be provided. Course Content: • Chain of Survival • Foreign Body Obstruction • Sequence of Action (Choking) • Recovery Position • Bleeding Control • Rescue Breathing • Burns • Cardio Pulmonary • Immobilization Arm/Shoulder Resuscitation (CPR) • First Aid Kit Use Course duration: Certification: 8 hours Basic First Aid Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Medic One recommends that you refresh your first aid skill every 12 months. 15
  • 16. General Public Intermediate First Aid This course teaches principles, knowledge and skills to provide a more comprehensive emergency care for medical and trauma cases, including poisoning, environmental emergencies and musculoskeletal injuries. Course Content: • Chain of Survival • Sequence of Action • Recovery Position • Rescue Breathing • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) • Foreign Body Obstruction (Choking) • Bleeding Control • Burns • Immobilization Arm/Shoulder • Shock • Head & Spinal Injuries • Bone, Joint and Muscle Injuries • Poisoning • Heat and Cold Related Emergencies • Emergency Lifting and Moving • First Aid Kits Use Course duration: 2 days Certification: Intermediate First Aid Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Medic One recommends that you refresh your first aid skill every 12 months. 16
  • 17. First Aider Courses 17
  • 18. General Public Your son bullies me all the time. But mom and I will rescue him anyway. 18 18
  • 19. Family First Aider Courses FAMILy FIrST AIder Whether you are a professional child care provider, teacher or parent, you invest daily in a child's future. Trust Medic One to help you make sure they reach their future safely. Backed by American Academy of Pediatrics' experience, Medic One offers the most comprehensive current and high quality infant and child first aid courses available. Child Care First Aid (For Parents & Teachers) This course provides Parents and Teachers what they need to know and do when a child is injured or becomes suddenly and severely ill. Course Content: • Action in an Emergency • Chain of Survival • Finding Out What’s Wrong • The Eight Steps in Pediatric Care • CPR and Choking • Bleeding Control Course duration: Certification: 5 hours Child Care First Aid Certification Global Certification Available Child Care First Aid (For nannies) This is a very practical course and entails minimal coverage of related clinical theories comported to the parents and teachers course. Course Content: • Action in an Emergency • Chain of Survival • Finding Out What’s Wrong • The Eight Steps in Pediatric Care • CPR and Choking • Bleeding Control Course duration: Certification: 4 hours No Certification Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Medic One recommends that you refresh your first aid skill every 12 months. 19
  • 20. General Public youth First Aid This course is based on Medic One Save-A-Life-Team (SALT) principles where we empower young people (13 years and older) with the skills they need to know when confronted with a life- threatening emergency. The message is basic and repetitive so each student will eventually feel completely comfortable to pro actively aid in an emergency. Course Content: • Scene Safety • Bleeding Control • Recognizing an emergency • Heimlich Maneuver • Contacting local EMS (Abdominal Thrust), for • Opening an airway children and adults • Cardiopulmonary • Introduction to the use Resuscitation (CPR) for infant, of an Automatic External child, and adult Defibrillator Course duration: Certification: 2 hours No Certification Super Kids First Aid In this course we teach 9 – 12 year old kids the basic knowledge of what to do when confronted with a medical emergency. They learn to check for safety, call for help, provide rescue breathing and the simple steps to stop bleeding. The message is basic and repetitive so each student will eventually feel completely comfortable to pro actively aiding in an emergency. Course Content: • Scene Safety • Rescue Breathing • Recognizing an emergency • Bleeding Control • Contacting local EMS • Heimlich Maneuver • Opening an airway (Abdominal Thrust) Course duration: Certification: 1 hour No Certification Accreditation: Course Curricullum: Medic One recommends that you refresh your first aid skill every 12 months. 20
  • 21. Family First Aider Courses I'm into Mozart. You're into Metallica. But I'd give you CPR anyway 21 21
  • 22. General Public I'm your boss. We may not agree on everything But unless we learn to help each other, we're doomed. 22
  • 23. Workplace First Aider Courses WorKPLACe FIrST AIder Workplace First Aid courses range from short courses that empower participants in having skills necessary to provide basic medical care, to longer courses with further instruction on the most common life-threatening injuries and illnesses that occur in the workplace. The courses will include application of medical kit and AED; and can be customized to the hazards that exist in your industry. Intermediate Workplace First Aid This course teaches principles, knowledge and skills for participants to provide more comprehensive emergency care for medical and trauma cases, including poisoning, environmental emergencies and musculoskeletal injuries. Course Content: • Chain of Survival • Shock • Sequence of Action • Workplace Head & Spinal Injuries • Recovery Position • Workplace Bone, Joint & Muscle • Rescue Breathing Injuries • CPR & AED use • Workplace Poisoning • Choking • Workplace Heat/Cold Related • Bleeding Control Emergencies • Workplace Burns • Emergency lifting and Moving • Immobilization Arm/Shoulder • Workplace First Aid Kit Use Course duration: Certification: 2 days Intermediate Workplace Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curricullum: The certificate is valid for 1 (one) year. 23
  • 24. General Public occupational First Aid In this course participants gain more advanced knowledge and skills to identify possible accidents, accidents with casualties and optimization of health and performance in the workplace. This course is ideal for Health & Safety personnel working in remote sites or out-of-hospital settings. The Occupational First Aid Course provides intense and detailed information on special situations and how to provide urgent emergency care to stabilize victims in dire conditions until the arrival of ambulance paramedics. The course also trains participants in responsibilities, documentation procedures and proper hand over of a patient to medical personnel in-charge. It is highly comprehensive and participative, and is focused on providing the participants with the ability to provide pre-hospital care while coping with the needs of patients in the first response phase of an emergency. Course Content: • Chain of Survival • Workplace Bone, Joint & • Sequence of Action Muscle Injuries • Recovery Position • Workplace Poisoning • Rescue Breathing • Workplace Heat & Cold • CPR & AED use Related Emergencies • Choking • Workplace Chest, Abdominal • Bleeding Control and Pelvic injuries • Workplace Burns • Sudden Illnesses • Immobilization Arm/Shoulder • Rescue and patient moves • Shock • First Aid Kits • Head & Spinal Injuries Course duration: Certification: 4 days Occupational First Aid Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curriculum: The certificate is valid for 3 years with the CPR component to be updated every 12 months. 24
  • 25. Workplace First Aider Courses 25
  • 26. General Public Aviation First Aid This US Emergency Care and Safety Institute course is from the American Academy of Emergency Physicians and has been customized to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to carry out emergency first aid for the most common life threatening injuries or illnesses that happen in flight. All world class airlines are aware of: • The potential for in-flight illness and take reasonable precautions by having medical kits onboard and training flight attendants to render first-aid and basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). • Their duty to provide adequate and sufficient first-aid training for their flight attendants to avoid litigation. The certificate is valid for 2 years with the CPR component to be updated every 12 months. 26
  • 27. Workplace First Aider Courses Workplace First Aider Course Content • The role of the Aviation First • Respiratory Emergencies Aider • Air turbulence injuries • Panic Management • Bleeding control • Sequence of action for life • Automatic External threatening emergencies Defibrillator (AED) use • Recovery • Treatment of common • Cardio Pulmonary illnesses and diseases Resuscitation (CPR) • First aid medical equipment use Course duration: Certification: 8 hours Aviation First Aid Certification Global Certification Available Accreditation: Course Curriculum: 27
  • 28. THe FIrST eMT - PArAMedIC ACAdeMy In IndoneSIA A nurse is a paramedic. Wrong. It's not the same. Under world standards in order for a nurse to become a paramedic they need to take a bridge course such as what the Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) offers. AREMT and Medic One bring to Indonesia the first EMT-Paramedic academy providing global certification in Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for Nurses, Safety Officers and Doctors. Nurses become paramedics to obtain the highest level of pre-hospital advanced life support care. We use the US NHTSA curriculum and our 28
  • 29. Health Care Professional Courses students devote themselves to extensive clinical rotations requiring specific competencies. We are here to answer to the growing need of international standards paramedics in the industrial and hospital setting globally. Certified First Aid Health Care Professionals are one of the highest paid and most sought after health care professionals today (US & World News Report - 2008) and countries such as Australia and USA has been hiring personnel from abroad to meet their needs. Indonesian EMS personnel that are interested in oil and gas or overseas employment can now be globally certified through Medic One without leaving the country. 29
  • 30. emergency Medical responder (eMr) Experience the thrill of fast-paced emergency medical response. Gain the reward of helping others in critical and life-threatening situations. The field of emergency response in health care is a stimulating profession that challenges, motivates and rewards. This introductory course offers broad first-hand knowledge for anyone considering entering health care. It equips you with the skills to gain employment globally as an Emergency Medical Responder within a range of areas: NGO projects; industrial and workplace settings as a safety officer; and event life guarding. You gain basic first-aid knowledge and learn essential techniques to effectively manage medical and trauma-related emergencies. emergency Medical responder Course Content: • EMS Systems & Operations • Assessment & Medical • Research & Documentation Overview • Workforce Safety & Wellness • Neurology & Psychiatric • EMS Systems Communications • Abdominal and • Therapeutic Communications Gastrointestinal Disorders • Medical/Legal and Ethics • Trauma, Shock & Resuscitation • Anatomy, Physiology & • Immunology & Infectious Medical Terminology Diseases • Special Patient Populations • Environmental Emergencies • Pathophysiology & Life Span • Cardiovascular & Respirator Development • Toxicology & Gynecology • Endocrine Disorders • Diseases of the ENT • Public Health • Genitourinary/Renal • Pharmacology & Airway 30
  • 31. Health Care Professional Courses Scope of Training : Emergency Emergency Advance Medical Medical Emergency Responder Medical Paramedic Technician Technician Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification and a Global Medic Card. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: • English Toefl score 500 • Pass Medic One Medical English predictor test Course duration: 20 hours pre-study plus 40 hours review/ practical laboratory Accreditation: Course Curriculum: The certificate is valid for1 year 31
  • 32. emergency Medical Technician (eMT) This is a more serious professional medical course for nurses, physicians, and other health care providers who wish to be globally certified. This basic EMT course introduces components of medical care, anatomy & physiology of the human body. It is acknowledged by overseas ambulance services and other professional bodies. At the conclusion of the course the EMT must demonstrate competency assessing a patient, utilizing Basic Life Support equipment, the ability to perform CPR, control hemorrhage, provide non-invasive shock treatment, fracture and spinal stabilization, manage environmental emergencies, emergency childbirth and use of a semi-automatic defibrillator. They will become certified for ground or air ambulance personnel and are competent in Basic Trauma Life Support and Cardiac Life Support (BTLS-CLS). eMT Course Content: EMR material (page 30) plus further depth and breadth such as: • Principles of Pharmacology • Trauma Overview & Trauma Scoring • Nervous System Trauma • Research: Evidence-based decisions Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification and a Global Medic Card. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: • English Toefl score 500 • Pass Medic One medical english predictor test Course duration: 110 hours pre-study plus 80 hour review/ practical laboratory Accreditation: Course Curriculum: The certificate is valid for1 year 32
  • 33. Health Care Professional Courses Advanced emergency Medical Technician (AeMT) The next course in the Paramedic pathway, builds on the skills and accomplishments of the basic course. The focus to the intermediate is more 'medical' and the student will learn topics like diabetes, pharmacology, behavioral problems as well as further anatomy and physiology of the body, looking at specific conditions that are common in real world emergencies. eMT Course Content: EMR material EMT plus further depth and breadth such as: • Routes of medications administration • Blood glucose determination • Fluid resuscitation Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification and a Global Medic Card. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: • English Toefl score 500 • Pass Medic One Medical English predictor test Course duration: • 170 hours pre-study beyond EMT plus 80 hour review/ practical laboratory/ clinical/ field • Hospital / clinic attachments Accreditation: Course Curriculum: The certificate is valid for1 year 33
  • 34. Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Paramedic Are you ready to begin an intense certificate program that could lead you to a fast paced career in para medicine? Pursue this stimulating career, equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge, and gain the confidence and aptitude to work in this dynamic and gratifying profession. As the global demand for health care professionals continues to grow, so will employment opportunities for graduates of the Paramedic program. The Paramedic program will prepare you with in-depth essentials: how to perform an organized patient assessment; how to intervene in life-threatening injuries and conditions; perform PCP treatments, procedures and protocols; and record and report patient information. You'll benefit from the skill set and hands-on experience from the instructors who will lead the course. They include: educators, physicians, registered nurses and practicing paramedics. Professionals who understand the rewards of their work. The program was designed to meet or exceed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration standards for Paramedics. eMT Course Content: AEMT material plus further depth and breadth such as: • Interpret literature and advocate evidence-based practice • Continuous ECG monitoring , 12 lead ECG interpretation, High altitude illness, Induced Hypothermia 34
  • 35. Health Care Professional Courses Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification and a Global Medic Card. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: • English Toefl score 500 • Pass Medic One Medical English predictor test Course duration: 1,220 hour pre-study beyond EMT plus 80 hour review/ practical laboratory/ clinical/ field The certificate is valid for1 year 35
  • 36. Basic Trauma Life Support – Cardiac Life Support (BTLS-CLS) This course is an easy, short hands-on course for nurses and doctors, to give them skills they need for rapid assessment, resuscitation, stabilization and transportation of trauma and cardiac patients. The course is designed for health care providers who are first to evaluate and stabilize the trauma or cardiac patient. Course Content: Rapid Assessment, Resuscitation, Spine Management/Rapid Extrica- tion, Helmet Management, Traction Splints, Trauma Care, Ongoing Assessment/ Management, , Transportation. Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: Health care professionals (nurse or doctors) Course duration: 40 hours 36
  • 37. Health Care Professional Courses Accreditation: Course Curriculum: Advanced Trauma Life Support – Cardiac Life Support (ATLS-CLS) This is a comprehensive course for trauma nurses, physicians and other advanced EMS personnel. It covers the skills necessary for rapid assessment, resuscitation, stabilization and transportation of trauma and cardiac patients, using as its core, the BTLS-CLS Basic Course. The course emphasizes evaluation steps and sequencing, and techniques for resuscitation and packaging a patient. Course Content: Basic and advanced airway, Rapid Assessment, Advanced Resuscita- tion, Chest Decompression, 12 Lead ECG, Fluid Resuscitation, Trau- ma Care, Spinal Restriction/Rapid Extrication, Short Back Board, Hel- met Management, Log Roll and Long Back Board, Traction Splints, Ongoing Assessment & Management, Stabilization, Transportation. Course Material Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT) Student Manual and Skills Checklist as pre-study requirements. evaluation and Certification You receive ongoing feedback from instructors and complete a se- ries of written and practical exams. If you successfully complete the course, you receive AREMT Certification. Course Structure, registration and Application Process The HCP courses consist of 40 to 80 hours (depending on level) of classroom time that is offered using three models of delivery. Phone or stop by Medic One to register and schedule a placement test. Pre-requisite: Health care professionals (nurse or doctors) Course duration: 40 hours 37
  • 38. Medic One offers various life-saving equipment first aid kits that come in different sizes, fully-stocked to suit different users. They are compliant with International standards health and safety regulations. • AED An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) are life saving device. When you have an AED in your facility, you empower teachers, employees, and/or bystanders to become part of the chain of survival. • Face Shields Face shields offer protection to both the rescuer and victim when used by CPR trained rescuers. Ideal for carrying every day, for inclusion with corporate CPR training courses, and in first aid kits. • Helps overcome hesitation to start resuscitation • Helps prevent direct contact with victim's mouth, nose and face • Bi-directional filter, and imprinted graphic directions for use • Fits into wallets, pockets, small handbags and first aid kits 38
  • 39. First Aid Kits & other Products • Travel First Aid Kit This mini first aid kit is easy to pack in your child’s camp bag or your briefcase. It is equipped with supplies to treat everyday ac- cidents including burns, wounds and stings. Included is a 4-step CPR sheet with explanatory text. • Personal First Aid Kit Here’s immediate help for injuries when you are on the move. Pack contains everything you need to treat minor injuries and attaches easily to a bicycle or to keep in your car. • Home First Aid Kit You never know when or where an emergency may strike. Prepare yourself and your family for the unexpected with this comprehensive kit filled with useful first aid items. Ideal to keep in the house. • Workplace First Aid Kit Emergencies can and do occur at the office and workplace. Protect your co-workers and yourself with this Industrial First Aid Kit for 25 persons. It complies with O.S.H.A #1919.151 for Industry or 1926.50 for Construction 39
  • 40. Country Designate of: A R E M T Accredited by : Call us at +62-21 7215 9100 or email us at customer.relations@medic-one.org Medical Response and Training Center Wisma Medic One Jl. Prapanca Raya no. 6A Jakarta 12160 , 40 www.medic-one.org

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