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First Aid at Work Refresher (2 day)

The Level 3 First Aid at Work Refresher course is taught over two days. Candidates receive a nationally recognised certificate which is valid for three years. 

Holding a current level 3 certificate is a pre entry requirement. Therefore an emphasis is placed on refreshing current skills and getting updated on any changes to the guidelines.
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Per place: £192.00 (£160.00 ex VAT)

What's involved?

The initial classroom day focuses on a core set of emergency life saving skills. The second day focuses on the recognition and management of illness and injury in the workplace, and is assessed through a role play scenario.

What you get out of it

Candidates upon completion of the course obtain an electronic Level 3 First Aid at Work certificate . The qualification is nationally recognised and meets the new requirements of the HSE. The minimum age to complete the qualification is 16.

This is the same qualification offered by the Red Cross and St John's. Covering people to deliver first aid on site, during events and when volunteering as a first aider. It is also suitable for first aid instructors who need to update their certificate (excluding Qualsafe & Highfield).

Who's it for?

The qualification is aimed at those who already have an existing Level 3 First Aid at Work certificate which is due for renewal or has recently expired. If the certificate has expired by more than 28 days then the full three day qualification will have to be undertaken. The minimum age for the qualification is 16.

Generally the following industries will need to obtain the Level 3 qualification:

  • Construction
  • Tree surgeons
  • Businesses who are responsible for more than 100 people
  • Factories with machinery
  • Hospitality

What will I learn?

Candidates can expect to refresh the practical skills they learnt through their initial training and will be updated on any guideline/procedure changes.

  • Primary Survey (DRABCD)
  • Assessment of Injury/unconscious casualty
  • CPR
  • Choking
  • Bleeding & Shock Management
  • Major Illness
  • Fractures
  • Spinal Injury Management
  • Current reporting and clearing up processes
  • Anaphylaxis and Epi-Pen use
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)