First Aid at Work
3 Day Course
Our most popular course. This 3-day First Aid course is a Level 3 Award and recommended by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Upon completion, this makes you a fully qualified first aider with the skills to deal with any situation.
Our first aid at work courses provide the training, assessment and certification to become a qualified first aider if your assessment shows the need for a first aider in the work place.
Alongside meeting these requirements, you will also be equipped with the knowledge and skills to administer a wide variety of first aid techniques in the workplace with confidence – from treating minor wounds to saving the lives of colleagues in life threatening situations.
The course is HSE recommended and complies with Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations and the approved code of practice L74 guidelines for the qualification of workplace first aiders.
This 3-day course includes course materials, expert tutoring and practical exercises to give learners indepth training in the following information and treatments:
Principles of first aid Prevention of cross infection Basic Life Support (CPR & AED) Breathing Management Managing unconscious casualties Wounds & Bleeding Treating Anaphylaxis Treating shock or sudden poisoning Treating burns, poisoning & eye injuries Treating common, major & minor illnesses Managing asthma attacks & choking Fractures, dislocation & head injuries Managing epilepsy & diabetes Record keeping & equipment use Legal Aspects & Secondary surveys
Upon successful completion of the multiple-choice question paper and practical exercises, each learner will receive an approved and nationally recognised First Aid at Work certificate which is valid for 3 years.
DID YOU KNOW?
An estimated 620,000 workers sustained a non-fatal injury at work in the last year.
First Aid At Work
3 Day Course
From only £200.00pp
For group bookings of 6 or above please call us directly. This First Aid Course is for anyone who wishes to become a fully qualified first aider at work, or when an employer’s First Aid risk assessment has identified the need for a qualified first aider in the workplace.