STCW Elementary First Aid (EFA)
STCW Elementary First Aid (STCW A-VI/1-3) is a combibed theoretical and practical course teaching students how to apply life-saving techniques should they be faced with emergencies. Upon completion, students are issued Certificates of Proficiency in Elementary First Aid and are equipped with the knowledge of CPR, placement in recovery position, treatment of wounds, fractures, poisoning, choking etc.
STCW Elementary First Aid course is a part of mandatory STCW Basic Safety Training.
Duration: 1 day
Price: 200 euros
The STCW 95 Elementary First Aid course covers the syllabus required by the STCW95 Table A VI/1-3 and provides an introduction to the principles of first aid.
The Elementary First Aid (EFA) course is a combination of both theoretical and practical training. Students learn bandaging methods, how to move and position a patient, and how to improvise with various materials to provide first aid. Additionally students will be taught the treatment of:
- burns and scalds
- broken bones
There is a very important practical assessment to the course where students are required to correctly carry out resuscitation on a CPR mannequin.
This course is governed by the regulations of STCW78 as amended.