Details of the Student First Aid Course

Short, video-based segments

Student First Aid is a video-based, e-learning course. Students will be introduced to subjects in bite-sized segments that they can pause, rewind and restart as necessary.

Performing CPR

Instructor Keith Sleightholm teaching the recovery position.

A curriculum designed for students

The Student First Aid course contains skills that will be useful in the most probable emergencies that secondary school students will face. The course limits medical tools & terminology and focuses on non-hospital emergencies and cardiac arrest.

Free Student First Aid (VTQ) Curriculum Includes:

  • Introduction to First Aid
  • Prevention of accidents and Keeping safe in an emergency
  • Looking after someone in need
  • Unconscious but breathing
  • Adult and older children CPR
  • Hands-only CPR
  • Choking
  • Heart Attack and Stroke
  • Serious Bleeding and Shock
  • Broken bones and spinal injury
  • Allergic Reaction
  • Asthma and Breathing Problems
  • Treating Pets
  • Summary and learning more

Proof of learning

All ProTrainings courses confirm student comprehension in two ways. The first is through the pre-test. Students are asked pre-test questions after each group of videos to confirm understanding of the major points within those videos.

After the training section, students are asked to take a final test. They must score an 80% or better to pass. The student is able to take the test again if they are not successful on the first attempt, and each test is recorded and viewable through the teacher dashboard. The test is comprised of multiple choice, scenario-based questions.

Test Question