Students do not need any previous knowledge or experience to participate. Courses are structured to facilitate learning of both theoretical and practical skills, ensuring that the knowledge gained can be put into practice.. On completion of the syllabus students must undergo a formal assessment which leads to certification.
Our three day First Aid at Work course is HSE compliant. This course will equip your staff with the knowledge, skills and confidence to deal with all kinds of emergency situations. A minimum of 18 hours of learning contact is required between the trainer and the students. Our courses can be taught over three consecutive days or over a longer period if required.
The purpose of the First Aid at Work requalification course is to renew an about to expire First Aid at Work certificate. You must currently hold a valid First Aid at Work certificate to be eligible to attend this course.
The Emergency First Aid at Work course is aimed at smaller businesses whose occupation may be less risky. They may not have the requirement of having a First Aid at Work qualified person on site. Emergency First Aid at Work is a one day course.
Basic Emergency Aid is a four hour course. It is designed to be tailored to suit a particular need. For example a leisure centre might want staff with Basic Emergency aid, this course would specialise in limb injuries, sprains and strains.
Our paediatric first aid course is twelve hours taught over two days. The course complies with the current Ofqual standards and is aimed at people who work with children, but would also be suitable for anyone wanting a good understanding of paediatric first aid.
This four hour course aims to teach you the principals of using an AED. The primary purpose of this course is to teach you why and when a defibrillator should be used. You will learn how to safely administer defibrillation as well as some important safety consideration when using a defibrillator. This course dispels some well known myths and gives a level of confidence to the user.