How to Save a Life
- This course is designed for laypeople and does not requires any previous knowledge.
Learn the how to recognize the most common and dangerous medical emergencies, and what to do while you wait for help to arrive.
Save the Life of a Loved One with these Basic First Aid Skills
- Learn CPR
- Stop your baby from choking
- Save a loved one from a heart attack
- Recognize a stroke before it’s too late
- Help accident victims
- Stay safe during a fire
When the Sh** Hits the Fan, You Can Keep Your Cool if You Know What to Do
In the age of the internet, there are plenty of online first aid courses for you to choose from. These will teach you all the same things, but you won’t get to practice those skills to get them right.
Here, you will learn to reach the same goal – saving a life – in a way that you won’t need to practice in class to get it right.
Calling for an ambulance is always step one, but what then? When every second counts, you can make the difference between your loved one making it in (relatively) good shape onto the ambulance, or deteriorating catastrophically before help has even arrived.
If you want to learn what to do when things go wrong, check out this course.
Content and Overview
We designed this first aid course so that you can learn crucial skills like CPR without practicing them in class. You don’t need any prior knowledge to take this course.
We cover the most common life threatening emergencies, from the generic “there’s someone lying on the ground, is he unconscious?” to “that car hit a woman in the crosswalk, I think she’s still breathing!”
You will learn not only what to do in different types of emergencies, but also how to help different types of people. For example, you can’t do CPR on babies the same way you do on adults, the Heimlich manoeuvre is different for pregnant women, and not everyone can be saved from a heart attack using aspirin.
We’ve also included some bonus content:
- Info on the leading causes of death in the world – heart attacks and strokes – why they happen, how you can recognize them, and what you should do when they happen.
- Important guideline you should follow in case of a fire, as well as tips on how you can prevent the fire altogether.
Finally, we’ve boiled everything down to the exact steps you need to remember for each emergency situation, and put them all in the downloadable Study Manual for you to keep and refer back to whenever you want or need to. Now you’re ready to roll.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn what to do in an emergency.
- 02:02Course Intro
After self-diagnosing himself with a rare and untreated syndrome, Roi is helping to empower individuals and communities through mentoring and pro-bono counseling. Roi has embarked on a journey to revolutionized medicine, making healthcare accessible to anyone, anywhere.
Roi was one of the founders of the TED community in Israel, helping spread ideas worth spreading there and around the world, training Dozens TEDx speakers, professors and executives and is considered a training and empowerment expert.
A graduate of the Social-Educational Initiative Incubator at the Kibbutzim College of Education , Roi Shternin deals with and promotes health and education. He is the founder of the lifesaving Help+ App, which is designed to not only benefit the general public, but also specifically assist the deaf and hearing-impaired call for help. Roi is also co-founder of two lifesaving medical device start-ups, Prolepsi & iDefi. In addition, he also established the award winning “LaBriut!” (“For GoodHealth”) project, and “Hearts” program after being a master trainer for the Israeli red cross, promoting health and safety as an esteemed volunteer.
Roi had the privilege of speaking on the TEDx stage in the largest event ever made in Shanghai, in front of more than 3000 people.
I have trained as an EMT with a civilian ambulance service and later worked as a security & safety specialist with an international peacekeeping mission. Today I focus my energy on spreading life-saving skills and knowledge as an instructor and training developer through Project Hearts and other enterprises. Wherever I am in the world, I always like to keep my skills sharp by either working or volunteering as an emergency responder.