First Aid Courses in Indonesia
International SOS offers a range of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) courses in Bahasa Indonesia, English, and Japanese. The programs have a strong emphasis on practical skill content and in order that all attendees have adequate exposure to these practical aspects of the program, an optimal number of attendees has been set at 10-12.
In International SOS Training Program, you will learn the critical priorities for saving lives and the steps to prevent further injury in the absence of professional medical care. International SOS Training Courses are conducted by qualified International SOS trainers with many years of practical field experience. Course objectives are two-fold: to build confidence in participant’s abilities and prepare them to make the best use of acquired skills when it really matters.
The Jakarta Training Centre is accredited by American Heart Association, and using the most advanced and sophisticated training equipment
CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Program
This half-day program class focuses on skills needed to save life. The course teaches adult CPR & AED use, as well as how to relieve choking on an adult.
First Aid Level One
Learn basic first aid knowledge, skills and the confidence to respond emergency cases. This program is excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting.
First Aid Level Two
Equip yourself with valuable skills when accident happens around the community and workplace. The training is designed for corporate or individuals who work at remote area without immediate access to medical facilities.
2019 Course Schedule
First Aid Level One (full day)
First Aid Level Two (2 full days)
First Aid Level Three (3 full days)
All courses are held from 8:30AM - 4:00PM
Course can be conducted by request in: English, Bahasa Indonesia, or Japanese
We also can schedule special classes as needed
as long as
at least 6 participants register.
We also offer a course in First Aid for Child and Infant - for child minders
Last updated March 31, 2019