BasicPlus MEDIC First Aid training program (英語案内)

This page is a guide for people who can speak Japanese, but can not read Japanese.

At our training center, we do not make a lecture by English only.

This is a Japanese and English lecture that is specially tailored to those who are staying in Japan with English as their mother tongue.

MEDIC First Aid BasicPlus is a combined adult CPR, AED and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work. This program conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.

*Lecture to be held in Japan, is based on the Japanese guidelines.

BasicPlus MEDIC First Aid training program

Intended Audience
Workplace first aid providers and lay rescuers
Commentary by the instructor, is Japanese.
Only student books are in English.
Class Configurations
  • Max Student Instructor Ratio: 12:1
  • Max Student to Manikin Ratio: 3:1
  • Max Student to AED Training Device Ratio: 3:1 (for AED-included course options)
  • Max Class Size: 24 (with 2 Instructors)
Student Materials
  • Student Guide
  • Wallet Skill Guide
  • Emergency Home Plan
  • Mouth shield and gloves for Skill Practice sessions
  • (Successful Completion Card)
Hands-on Skill Practice
Students will practice essential skills in small groups and can also apply those skills in optional scenario-based practices.
Recommended Time to Complete

*It takes time to explain to you. +30minute

reference: am9:30~pm3:30 (Lunch break 1 hour)

Rescue target
Content of study
CPR AED Choking First Aid

Class topics

First Aid Provider
• Recognizing an Emergency
• Personal Safety
• Deciding to Help
• Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
• Standard Precautions
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Legal Considerations
• Implied Consent
• Abandonment
• Good Samaritan Laws
• Emergency Medical Services
• Emergency Actions Plans
• Poison Help Line
• Emergency Moves
• Oxygen and the Human Body
• Sudden Cardiac Arrest
• Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR)
• Early Defibrillation
• Chain of Survival
• Secondary Cardia Arrest
• Opioid Overdose
• Chest Compressions
• Rescue Breaths
• AED Operation
• AED Troubleshooting &Considerations
• Primary Assessment –Unresponsive Person
• Recovery Position
• Caring for Cardiac Arrest
• Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
• Choking
• Assessment
• Primary Assessment –Responsive Person
• Secondary Assessment*
• Sudden Injury
• Control of Bleeding
• Tourniquets
• Hemostatic Dressings
• Using a Tourniquet*
• Using a Hemostatic Dressing*
• Shock
• Internal Bleeding
• Amputation*
• Impaled Subject*
• Open Chest Injury*
• Open Abdominal Injury*
• Head, Neck or Back Injury
• Spinal Injury
• Brain Injury
• Concussion
• Swollen, Painful or Deformed Limb
• Burns
• Nosebleed
• Injured Tooth
• Altered Mental Status
• Fainting
• Stroke
• Hypoglycemia
• Seizure
• Breathing Difficulty, Shortnessof Breath
• Asthma and Inhalers
• Severe Allergic Reaction
• Pain, Pressure or Discomfortin Chest
• Poisoning
• Severe Abdominal Pain*
• Heat Exhaustion
• Heat Stroke
• Hypothermia
• Frostbite
• Stinging Insects*
• Snakebites*
• Tick Bites*
• Marine Animal Stings*
• Animal and Human Bites*
• Emotional Considerations*
*Supplemental Topics

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