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Duration of Training
08:30 – 15:45
Go For It Centre Ltd. (ΔΕΚ 193), Nicosia
Right to participate
€230 + VAT (€43.70), Grant from ANAD €72, Final cost €158 + VAT (€43.70)
The Law Decree 198/2009 on first aid requires the training of first aiders in the workplace. The duration of the training is decided through the Written Risk Assessment of each company.
At knowledge level
Name the signs and symptoms of the sufferer
Describe the good practices they will apply
At skills level
Explain care that aims to preserve life, minimise the consequences of injury or deterioration of the condition and speed up the recovery of the sufferer in the workplace until medical attention is provided.
Justify care for minor injuries not requiring medical attention
To select the equipment they need correctly
At the attitudinal level
Participate in first aid incidents
Accept that first aid is evolving and improving
Description of candidates for participation
Employee members or prospective members of the First Aid team, NAPCs responsible for First Aid.
Σε όλα τα μεσαία και ανώτερα διευθυντικά στελέχη, που προΐστανται ομάδων προσωπικού.
Νομικούς Συμβούλους, Υπεύθυνους Ανθρώπινου Δυναμικού, Αντιπροσώπους Διοίκησης σε Θέματα ΙSO, Αξιωματικούς και Μέλη Σωμάτων Ασφαλείας.
Υπεύθυνους Προσωπικών Δεδομένων DPO, Προϊσταμένους ομάδων εκτέλεσης εργασιών.
Σε Υπεύθυνους Τμημάτων Ανθρώπινου Δυναμικού, και Υπεύθυνους Λειτουργούς Ασφάλειας και Υγείας.
Μέλη Επιτροπών Ασφαλείας και Ισότητας.
The most appropriate method is considered to be "face-to-face training". Face-to-face contact between trainer and trainees is important in order to ensure that the knowledge is correctly transferred at both individual and group level.
The following training techniques will be used.
The combination of the above is intended to keep the interest of the trainees as well as to maintain their discipline and attention. It is also important to exclude the passive role of trainees through an interactive training.
The seminar will give examples and ways of dealing with cases that require immediate first intervention in order to keep the patient alive.
Through discussion and questioning, trainees will be able to elicit the correct answers and draw conclusions. Finally, the practical exercise will help trainees to better illustrate the theory.
Data Retention & Evaluation System
The electronic attendance register used by the ANAD will be maintained and the instructor will be responsible for keeping it.
At the end of the programme, the trainees will be given an evaluation form of the programme and the trainer(s), which will also show the degree of implementation of the programme.
Mr. Michalis Theodotou holds an MA in Industrial Relations and Health and Safety (Middlesex University). He has been an approved trainer of the ANAD since 2015 and EXYP since 2007.
He was a Member of the Pancyprian Health and Safety Council 2002 -2019. He also served as Member of the Board of the Cyprus Safety and Health Association since 2012 and Secretary of the Cyprus Safety and Health Association from 2016 - 2018. In the research field he has participated as a researcher in several research projects and as a special researcher in the following specialized projects.
Author of part of a manual on risk assessment in the Banking Sector within the framework of the LEONARDO "TRIA" project 2006-2007. OIRA Project: expert in the preparation of the interactive OIRA Tool for Education (2014-2015). SAYC Survey on Occupational Stress 2014-2015. SAYC Survey on "Safe and Healthy Workplaces for All Ages" 2016-2017.
Served as a barrister at the Labour Disputes Tribunal.
He has given dozens of lectures on labour and health and safety issues. Due to his global experience in labour, he analyses the issues with a holistic approach taking into account all labour parameters, safety and health, equality, industrial relations.
The trainer holds all the necessary certificates and is approved by the TEI, and he is also a trainer of ANAD registered in the "ERMIS" Vocational Training System. He has many years of experience in First Aid training.