HSE Approved - On site first aid at work training

Employers have a legal duty to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work.  First aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major.  The aim of first aid training is to reduce the effects of injury or illness suffered at work, whether caused by the work itself or not.

First Aid at Work [FAW] 3 Day Course

This course provides comprehensive practical skills needed to become a confident first aider at work and is especially suited for nominated workplace first aiders looking to gain comprehensive, certified HSE approval.
Course content includes: using a first aid kit, simple record keeping, treatment of; an unconscious casualty, heart attacks, resuscitation, shock, choking, bleeding, burns and scalds, poisoning, seizures, asthma, allergic reaction, eye injuries etc.
This course is legally compliant with the current Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981. Upon successful completion of this three day course, first aiders receive certification to allow them to practise for three years after which a re-qualification course becomes necessary.

Refresher First Aid at Work Courses [RFAW] 2 Day Course

A two day course for those who have already completed the three day FAW and wish to renew their qualification.  On successful completion of the course and final assessment, the delegate will receive the HSE Approved, Nationally Recognised, First Aid at Work Certificate. This is valid for three years.
The course aims to update and refresh your knowledge of the First aid at work syllabus, while allowing time for revision and practice sessions in preparation for a final assessment.

Emergency First Aid at Work [EFAW] 1 Day Course

A one day course designed to equip candidates with the essential knowledge, confidence and skills to render first aid in emergencies. A popular course as it covers the "appointed person" Emergency First Aid ait Work.  Candidates receive Emergency first aid at work (EFAW) certificate, valid for 3 years. 

Course content includes: managing an incident, the priorities of first aid, treatment of an unconscious casualty, resuscitation, shock, choking, seizures, bleeding and common workplace injuries.

© Reviewed 16th February 2018