You’ve probably heard news items about people drowning at sea, or toddlers losing
consciousness after stumbling into small domestic pools. You may also have some
concerns about the moment you’d have to encounter a similar situation. Concerned
about the ways you’ll react and your ability to provide assistance to someone who
might be need it. The CPR training course is one of the best, most practical tools at
your disposal in situations like these. It has a lot of advantages and provides you with
knowledge that will determine the difference between life and death. As part of the
first aid trainings provided by Malar, you’ll receive this information and practice as
much as possible. This’ll allow you to arrive at the situation more prepared and with a
greater sense of control. You’re welcome to join the online training or the frontal
training by calling 03-6700971.
Anyone signing up for a first aid training wants to know how to provide effective
assistance. No matter whether you’re providing assistance in dangerous situations,
protect your family or are obligated to do so by law. We’re surrounded by dangers
and threats, instead of worrying about them, it’s important for us to arrive much more
prepared. The better we identify different injuries, bandaging wounds and helping
people, the more we can improve their chances of recovery. One of the more stressing
situations is obviously encountering an unconscious person whose might be at risk.
Perhaps they were rescued from a burning building or a surging sea. However, as
graduates of the CPR training you know what to do and your presence can save that
To ensure correct, accurate, effective and life-saving action, one has to learn the CPR
diagram in the most professional manner. Via a team of skilled instructors, the
graduates of the CPR and first-aid trainings will learn exactly that. Though it seems
plain and simple in the movies, in practice there is a clear order of activities. The
training will teach these in depth, allowing you to practice the aforementioned actions
Though it’s tempting to carry out CPR swiftly, we must prepare ourselves for the
action a moment before we start. This must, of course, be done as quickly as possible.
Thus, we must move the injured person to a safe place, far from other potential
sources of risk. Then, it’s a good idea to use protective equipment where possible, like
gloves, to avoid contagious viruses or diseases. We call the injured person’s name (or
a nickname like “ma’am” or “sir”), to get a physiological response. If the person is
unresponsive, we are certainly dealing with an unconscious person, and it’s time to
The injured person is unconscious, but are they breathing? CPR training participants
learn to check a person’s breathing and how to keep airways clear, allowing correct
and efficient work. Now we’re ready to begin CPR itself. At the first stage, we will
expose the chest and locate the exact spot where we have to push. That spot is right in
the center, between the nipples. When we’ll find it, we must position ourselves at a
right angle (90 degrees) over the sternum. The palms always stay in place, even
though we must completely release between compressions. This allows the heart the
time it needs to fill back up.
The rules mentioned here, taught in-depth during the CPR training for adults and
infants, are largely adjusted for adult audience. An infant’s body is smaller, this
requires slightly different actions, especially a lot of caution and attention to details.
For example, in Infant CPR, we don’t have the option of placing both palms one on
top of the other. So, we’ll make do with just two fingers, thus narrowing down the
breaks in compressions. Nevertheless, infants and adults both require clearing the
mouth to expel any discharges. You can also tilt the injured person’s head to the side
when the discharge is liquid. Then, and only then, will we begin the CPR itself.
Practicing during the CPR training is important, from start to finish. Certainly at this
stage, where we begin conducting CPR in one of two ways. A designated pocket mask
or only our mouths, depending on the tools we have at our disposal at the scene. At
this stage we’ve already verified the airways are clear, and so we’re ready to continue.
Using two fingers, we’ll plug the nostrils, take a breath and begin mouth-to-mouth,
blowing for exactly one second. We’ll do this until we see the chest rising. This is an
important point because if the chest does not rise, there could be several reasons.
Either the airway must still be blocked or we’re not properly plugging the nostrils.
The actions described may cause some anxiety, but we all want to be helpful and help
when needed. In these moments, we have no doubt that we can help, we just need the
right tools for the task. Both the CPR training and the first aid training, short or
extended, teach participants the diagram as best as possible. This allows for questions,
repeatedly training on dolls to ensure they are carrying the process out perfectly.
Practice is important, not only because it improves skills, but because it provides us
with a genuine sense of confidence. Anyone who knows what they have to do and
finds themselves such in situations, will certainly react quickly and efficiently. This is
how you can save a life, and improve the wounded person’s chances of survival and
better, higher-quality recovery.
In addition to CPR, which is unquestionably important, the first aid training can also
grant you much more practical information. From treating choking people and
clearing out foreign objects, both for infants and adults, through dealing with asthma
or epilepsy. Aiding someone in cardiac arrest or heart attack, broken or fractured
bones, trainees are well-prepared for an array of scenarios. Theoretical knowledge,
extensive practice, the team’s professional accompaniment and the ability to continue
refining the acquired skills and abilities. All of these ensure effective and swift
assistance, as well as excellent response times. These rules turn out to be critical in
the field, and for many, it’s the difference between life and death.
To receive all this important knowledge, we recommend completing the CPR or first-
aid training. This training can be adapted to your unique needs. Many organizations
adjust the training contents to their business and main risks to which their employees
and customers are exposed. Thus, the first-aid training can be planned for tour guides,
gym owners or kindergarten teachers, for example. The length of the training will be
determined appropriately, and you can also choose where to hold it. Many people may
prefer an online training. There are many advantages – especially during periods that
require social distancing and a reduction in large gatherings. Also, during routine
periods when we’re too busy with work and want to spare ourselves the travel time,
for example. Malar’s team will be glad to help you find the ideal training for you and
reserve a spot, even now. You’re welcome to contact the team at 03-6700971.