• Adult male recieving CPR with AED attached

Course Overview

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is used in emergency situations on a person when a person has suffered cardiac arrest, or is in a life-threatening condition and who are not breathing.

CPR is implemented when the patient has an undetectable heartbeat and is not breathing—include rescue breathing and chest compressions.

Using an AED ( De-Fib)  allows trained personnel to use the equipment on a person who is not breathing, is unconscious, and appears to be in sudden cardiac arrest. This course will provide all the techniques required to undertake such a process either at work or during your daily life.

Course Content

  • Primary Survey (DR. ABCD)
  • Scene Management
  • Safe Airway Position
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) ( Baby / Adult & Child )
  • Recovery Position ( Baby / Adult & Child )
  • Safe use AED
  • Pad Positioning
  • Choking ( Baby / Adult & Child )
  • Summoning Assistance ( Mobile Phone )

Practical sessions

  • CPR
  • AED
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking—Adult / Child
  • Shock

A level of physical fitness is required, please see additional information.


Assessment is continous through out the course, with students demonstrating competence through practical scenarios.


  • First Aid Manual

Additional information

Viking Training asks that any person who is booked onto the course is physically capable of undertaking the practical sessions with being able to kneel on the floor. If for any reason you are unable to do so, please inform us and we will make any reasonable adjustment to the practical session so allowing you to fully participate in the training.