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Emergency First Aid at Work

The one day Level 3 Emergency First Aid At Work course is nationally recognised and meets the requirements outlined by the HSE. The course teaches real lifesaving skills that can be used in and out of the workplace. 

By its conclusion candidates will leave with the confidence to help in the event of a sudden illness or accident whilst at work.
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Per place: £99.00 (£82.50 ex VAT)

What's involved?

The training day focuses on a core set of emergency lifesaving skills that can be applied across any working environment. Many of these are practical in nature - whereby an instructor will demonstrate and allow time for hands on practice.

Candidates also learn about their responsibilities as a first aider. What to do when at the scene, what information to give to the emergency services and how to report after an accident.

What you get out of it

The Emergency First Aid at Work Course provides you with an electronic certificate, which  meets the requirements outlined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and approved by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB).

By its conclusion people will have the confidence to deal with an accident or sudden illness, whether it be at work, home or at leisure. Staff members are protected and can deliver first aid as and when required.

Who's it for?

This is the most common workplace first aid course in the country, which covers all of the major life threatening scenarios. The minimum age to complete the qualification is 16.  Low risk industries should enrol where you are responsible for less than 100 people. Here are a few examples:

  • Shops
  • Restaurants
  • Gyms
  • Hotels
  • Warehouses

High risk industries like construction need the 3 Day First Aid at Work Course

What will I learn?

Learn the skills required to manage a casualty that is unconscious, non-breathing, bleeding, ill or injured, prior to the arrival of the emergency services. The areas covered are:

  • Responsibilities of the First Aider
  • How to check for breathing
  • Assessment of injuries
  • Recovery position
  • Resuscitation of a non-breathing casualty (CPR)
  • Choking
  • Major bleeding and Shock management
  • Minor injuries & burns
  • Seizures
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)