Non-Aviation First Aid Training

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    Non-Aviation First Aid Training

    Non-Aviation First Aid Course

     

    Health and safety are more than just a legal requirement in aviation training. JATS has added the most unique Non-Aviation First Aid course to its training facilities. The aim of this new course is to impart first aid knowledge and skills necessary to prepare the public at large (businesses, schools, homes and all outdoors activities) to act with confidence upon and make the difference between life and death situations. The course is presented by highly qualified instructors with collectively 30 years experience in the medical and first aid fields. Carefully designed training methods and techniques have been developed to present the course in an enjoyable and most valuable experience. Classes are interactive and limited to 15 trainees per course.

     

    Course Offerings

    All courses can be custom designed to meet all types of first aid needs:

    ·         General first aid for businesses, schools, homes and outdoor activities;

    ·         First aid for special situations;

    ·         Emergency first aid at work;

    ·         First Aid for Lifting loads and hazards;

    ·         Pediatric first aid;

    ·         Children first aid;

    ·         Tailored courses as per customer needs and specifications.

     

    Duration

    ·         One-day basic course;

    ·         Three-day course;

    ·         Ten-day course;

    ·         Two week Train the Trainer course.

     

    Approval

    JATS is approved by JCARC (Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission) and regulated to conduct First Aid Courses.

     

    Course Locations

    Courses are offered at JATS (Queen Alia International Airport), V Business Center (Amman) and/or on site (businesses, schools, homes, etc).

     

    Together we can reduce the number of unnecessary fatalities. Everyone needs to be prepared to act in the right way in any emergency situation and to make the difference between a life lost and a life saved.