First aid course

German and Russian

Welcome to firstaid Jana

Kontakt Erste Hilfe Jana, Erste Hilfekurse MünchenMy name is Jana Gallé and I am happy to accompany you on your way to first aid expertise. As a trained nurse in Munich, I have already gained valuable experience in the healthcare sector and have constantly expanded my knowledge of life-saving measures.

With great enthusiasm, I now share my knowledge and passion for first aid courses with other people. My goal is to teach everyone the skills to be able to act appropriately and effectively in emergencies. In doing so, it is especially important to me that every participant feels comfortable and safe, because learning should also be fun.

Another of my strengths is my knowledge of the Russian language. If you feel more comfortable in your mother tongue or know someone who would like to attend a first aid course in Russian, I am happy to help. It is important to me that language barriers do not pose a hurdle to life-saving skills.

In my courses, I place great emphasis on practical exercises so that you can apply what you have learned directly and thus internalise it safely. Each course is individually tailored to the needs of the participants, regardless of whether it is for your driving licence, you want to further your professional training or simply want to be prepared for an emergency.

Secure your place in one of my Haidhausen courses today and become a lifesaver! Visit my website to learn more about the courses I offer or contact me directly for more information.

I look forward to meeting you in person and exploring the exciting world of first aid with you!

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What awaits you

Objectives of the first aid course:

  • Provide first aid until professional medical help arrives
  • Stabilise injuries and save lives
  • Recognise the severity of injuries and diseases
  • Alleviate the anxiety and discomfort of those affected

Quality of the first aid course:

Recognised according to FeV and authorised according to DGUV.

Contents of a first aid course

  • Rescue from danger area (AD)
  • Making an emergency call (in the context of a case study)
  • Mental health care and warmth conservation measures
  • Shock care/control measures
  • Action of an instant cold compress
  • Wound care: dressing cuts, abrasions or burns
  • Removal of the helmet by two helpers
  • Being able to make the emergency call
  • Airway management: clearing the airways
  • Resuscitation (CPR) and use of an AED (automated external defibrillator)
  • Unconsciousness: recognition, positioning of the affected person and monitoring of breathing
  • Immobilisation for bone fractures and joint injuries with simple aids
  • Heart attacks and strokes: recognising symptoms and taking measures to support them
  • Burns and chemical burns: Immediate measures and proper cooling
  • Poisoning: Recognise and take first aid measures
    Insect bites and allergic reactions: Treatment of stings and for allergies
    Heat stroke and hypothermia: measures for temperature regulation
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Important notes

  • First aid may vary from case to case, so it is important to always follow the instructions of a qualified first aider
  • First aid skills should be refreshed regularly as they can change
  • Attending such a course can teach life-saving skills and give you the confidence to act appropriately in emergency situations

Duration of the training

The training shall comprise at least 9 teaching units of at least 45 minutes each. A total of at least three breaks of at least 45 minutes must be provided.

Number of participants

The maximum number of participants is limited to 20. Most of the time, however, the groups are smaller, which offers the advantage of taking time for each participant individually.


The first aid course costs € 55.00.
The course is possible with or without pre-registration. A discount of € 5.00 is granted for pre-registration.
Please note the terms and conditions

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