Code 4 Security Training has a dedicated CPR and first aid training program that acquaints you with the nuances of administering CPR and disbursing the first aid to citizens in need. Every working security professional oversees the public and the institution’s safety, and adding first aid and CPR training to their skill set makes them the first responders on the job. Code 4 Security Training prepares you to deal with abrupt medical situations and save lives using CPR and first aid techniques.

Why This Training

Do security guards need CPR and first aid training and certification?

CPR and first aid training and certification are not mandatory for a security guard professional. However, having the first-hand experience and practical knowledge in CPR and first aid can help you escape life-threatening situations in the workplace environment.

You can help your clients brave through medical emergencies and successfully transport them to the nearest medical facility by learning CPR and first aid training. CPR and first aid training extend your capabilities beyond a basic security guard as you can help people during the crisis and life-threatening situations.

CPR and first aid training help you maintain composure while acting swiftly to help the concerned person facing a medical emergency. Rather than acting as a bystander, you can play a pivotal role in saving someone’s life.

CPR and first aid training and certification strengthen your portfolio as high-profile clients and influential personalities need a multifarious security professional who can handle medical emergencies along with providing impenetrable security services.

Step1: Laws governing CPR and first aid

It is necessary to know about the good Samaritan law while administering CPR and first aid to a victim of an accident, crash, or any medical emergency. Security guards are bound by legislation and must know about the rules for administering CPR and first aid to a patient or a victim.

Step: 2 Safety

Security guards need to be prepared for saving a patient with one or multiple comorbidities while keeping themselves from harm’s way. Our trainers teach you about the best safety practices while administering first aid and CPR to a patient.

Step 3 : Emergency recognition

In the first aid and CPR training course, security guards are trained to spot medical emergencies and act promptly to save the concerned patient. Security guards have to factor in calling for professional help while providing the first aid on site. You also learn about the symptoms that a person exhibits before experiencing a medical situation.


Step 4: Delivery of CPR and first aid

After learning about the theoretical aspects of CPR and first aid, you are taught chest compression techniques to save someone’s life. Chest compression techniques might seem like a simple thing, but they vary with age and physical structure. You also learn about administering first aid for minor and critical injuries like wounds, deep cuts, burns, etc. Our trainers also teach you the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) to revive a patient experiencing a cardiac arrest.

Step5: Revision classes

The technique of administering CPR to a patient can fade over time which is why we offer revision classes to help you refresh your memory about using correct CPR techniques.

Content of the CPR and First Aid Training Course

In the CPR and first aid training course offered at code for security training, you will learn:

Duration of First Aid and CPR Training Course

The time duration of the CPR and first aid training course at Code 4 Security Training is 14 hours. These 14 hours are subdivided into topics that help you grasp the concept of CPR and first aid and practically implement those techniques on mannequins.


Validity of a CPR and first aid training certification

CPR and first aid training certifications are valid for up to two years, after which you have to renew them. In addition to that, you have to attend annual refresher courses for CPR and first aid training. The renewal process is made easy by Code 4 security training so that you don’t have to repeat the beginner course.