This unit standard is for persons required to assess the emergency situation and providing basic life support and basic first aid in order to stabilise patients prior to transfer to the emergency services.
A learner accredited with this standard will be able to demonstrate applied competence in occupational health, safety awareness of environmental issues and general housekeeping based on statutory and industry requirements.
Training Force is a registered training providerfocused on providing industry and job-speciöc skills assessments and training interventions that will equip people to access work opportunities across all industry sectors. Our training programmes are aligned with South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and accredited with SETA Quality Assurancedepartments.
Since our establishment in 2003, we have provided over 3 000 companies with training interventions that haveupskilled over 25 000 workers through our branches across South Africa.
In business it is very often the technical expert who becomes the sales consultant. Usually no-one knows or understands the company’s products better than they do. But selling is a whole new ball game! Suddenly interpersonal skills, relationship building, the art of persuasion, delivering compelling presentations and selling itself constitute part of the new skill set required.
First Aid Level 1 Training is for persons required to assess the emergency situation and providing basic Life Support and basic First Aid in order to stabilise patients prior to the arrival of Emergency Services.
People that have undergone First Aid Level 1 Training will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of emergency scene management, demonstrate an understanding of elementary anatomy and physiology, assess an emergency situation, apply First Aid procedures to a life-threatening situation and treat common injuries.
Most projects and business performed by companies involve the use of contracts. In many cases the people tasked with ensuring delivery on those contracts are not always those involved in setting up the contract or, if they are, they are not always informed of the implications of some of the terms of the contract until it is too late. The terms & conditions of a contract can have enormous implications in terms of the likelihood of satisfying the expectations of delivery.
In order to design successful systems, it is critical first to understand a company’s business operations. The success of IT systems in organisations depends upon them fulfilling a business need and this can only be achieved if the business need is identified and understood.
Analysts need to make use of various tools and techniques to accurately model business processes and subsequently develop appropriate designs to fulfill an organisation’s business objectives.