Student First Aid is a FREE program designed to incorporate first aid into secondary school curriculum on a large scale while overcoming the time and cost barriers which schools are often faced.

This is done by replacing the conventional classroom-based first aid course with an e-learning one. This less expensive and more flexible option allows students to learn first aid from home or from a computer lab while allowing them to grasp concepts at their own pace.

Each school can add a hands-on component, in which the student’s cognitive knowledge is evaluated on a manikin by a trained skill evaluator.

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Educators are provided the tools to monitor the online first aid course as an assignment. Teachers and administrators can view completion and test scores and even order cards all from a single online dashboard.

Training of skill evaluators, training on the system, and follow-up service are all included so that implementation is fast and easy. This program is completely free. The only possible expense results from the addition of the hands-on component. More details are available in the Blended Course Implementation section.


  • Introduction to First Aid
  • Prevention of accidents and Keeping safe in an emergency
  • Looking after someone in need
  • Unconscious but breathing
  • Adult and older children CPR
  • Hands-only CPR
  • Choking
  • Heart Attack and Stroke
  • Serious Bleeding and Shock
  • Broken bones and spinal injury
  • Allergic Reaction
  • Asthma and Breathing Problems
  • Treating Pets
  • Summary and learning more


All ProTrainings courses confirm comprehension in two ways. The first is through the pre-test process. Students are asked pre-test questions after each group of videos to confirm comprehension of the major points within those videos.

After the training section, students are asked to take a final test. Students must score an 80% or better to pass. They can retest if they fail, and each test is recorded and viewable through the teacher dashboard. The test is comprised of multiple-choice, scenario-based questions.

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