Which Course?

If your assessment of First Aid needs highlights the need for qualified first aiders, then this Level III qualification will provide you with practical, hands-on courses.  Our courses satisfies the statutory requirements of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.

First Aid, Recovery Position, Blue gloves, space blanket, Foil blanketEmergency First Aid Course – one day                                      

Where an organisation’s risk assessment of First Aid needs identifies that there is a requirement for Emergency First Aid at Work practitioners, then this course satisfies, the requirements as laid down by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

The aim of this course is to ensure that Learners are provided the skills and knowledge to provide prompt and effective First Aider’s that can provide treatment in a confident, safe and effective manner.

 

First Aid at Work Course – three days

It is a requirement of the Health and Safety law that employers provide a safe and healthy environment to work in.

This comprehensive three-day course covers a wide range of emergencies, enabling learners to deal with emergency situations with confidence in a prompt, safe and effective way.  Regulation states requalification is required every three years. After three years the course must be taken in full, however, at two years and ten months the learner is only required to take a two-day refresher. The learner must provide the original paper work for a valid First Aid at Work Certificate at the point of booking.

Emergency First Aid

 

First Aid at Work

 

One- day FAA Awarded Three – day, HSE FAA Certified
What is First Aid? What is First Aid?

Legislation

HSE; First Aid Provision; First Aid Kits; Accident Reporting and RIDDOR

Legislation

HSE; First Aid Provision; First Aid Kits; Accident Reporting and RIDDOR

Responsibilities

Priorities of First Aid treatment; Communications with casualty; Contacting Emergency Services

Responsibilities

Priorities of First Aid treatment; Communications with casualty; Contacting Emergency Services

Action in an Emergency

Assessing the scene; Dangers

Action in an Emergency

Assessing the scene; Dangers

Primary Survey

DRABC; Calling for help; assessing the levels of responsiveness; airways and breathing; using bystanders

Primary Survey

DRABC; Calling for help; assessing the levels of responsiveness; airways and breathing; using bystanders

Secondary Assessment

Top to toe survey; recovery position

Secondary Assessment

Top to toe survey; recovery position

Respiratory System

How oxygen enters and moves around the body; breathing mechanisms and air composition

Respiratory System

How oxygen enters and moves around the body; breathing mechanisms and air composition

Resuscitation and AED

Principles of CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation); current guidelines; use of face shields; use of AED; chain of survival

Resuscitation and AED

Principles of CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation); current guidelines; use of face shields; use of AED; chain of survival

Disorders of respiration

Choking in an adult; choking in a child

Disorders of respiration

Choking in an adult; choking in a child

Disorders of circulation

How the circulatory system works; blood composition; definition, causes, recognition and treatment of the following disorders: Hypovolaemic shock and fainting

Disorders of circulation

How the circulatory system works; blood composition; definition, causes, recognition and treatment of the following disorders: Hypovolaemic shock and fainting

Wounds and Bleeding

Types of wounds; types of bleeding; preventing cross infection; general rules for bandaging; wounds with embedded objects; internal bleeding recognition and treatment; amputations; minor cuts and grazes; bruising; nose bleeds

Wounds and Bleeding

Types of wounds; types of bleeding; preventing cross infection; general rules for bandaging; wounds with embedded objects; internal bleeding recognition and treatment; amputations; minor cuts and grazes; bruising; nose bleeds

Seizures

Recognition of an epileptic seizure; tonic colonic seizure (major) and focal seizure (minor); when to contact emergency Services

Seizures

Recognition of an epileptic seizure; tonic colonic seizure (major) and focal seizure (minor); when to contact emergency Services

Minor Burns and Scalds

Causes of burns; classification of burns; treatment of burns

Minor Burns and Scalds

Causes of burns; classification of burns; treatment of burns

Foreign objects

Treatment for small splinters

Foreign objects

Treatment for small splinters

Emergency First Aid takes place over one day.
Certificate on completion of all modules. Assessment is ongoing. All assessments must be completed.

Bones, joints and muscle injuries

Muscular Skeletal system; recognition of fractures, dislocation and soft tissues injuries

Head and spinal injuries

The nervous system; unresponsiveness; definition, causes, recognition and treatment of the following: concussion, skull fracture, cerebral compression

Chest and abdominal injuries

Crush injuries; penetrating chest wounds, rib cage injuries (flail chest) and abdominal injuries

Specialised burn injuries

How burns are caused; extent of burns; depth of burns; treatment of minor and severe burns; chemical, electrical burns; welder’s burns and sunburn

Eye Injuries

Dust in the eye; chemicals in the eye; imbedded object in the eye

Poisoning

What is a poison? How does it enter the body? Household, drug, industrial, alcohol and food poisoning treatment

Anaphylaxis

What causes it? Common triggers; signs and symptoms and treatment

Major illnesses

Recognition and treatment of:
Heart Attack; Stroke; Diabetes and Asthma

Effects of heat and cold

How the body temperature works; heat exhaustion; heat stroke and hypothermia

First Aid at Work will take three days to complete and is HSE compliant under First Aid Awards.

Certificate on completion of all modules. Assessment is ongoing. All assessments must be completed.

Courses

large hall, distanced chairs, gloves, little annie, space, face and handsWe offer courses to businesses and organisations. Should you only require one or two staff on a course then please let our team know, as we occasionally offer open courses. However, we find that group courses are most successful as we will adapt our language in the training to your organisation making it relevant to you.

All learners are expected to demonstrate all aspects of First Aid for their assessments. If you have a physical limitation, then please talk to our team about how we can make adaptions for you. All our trainers have undertaken COVID risk assessments and our training spaces are as safe as they can be. However, you will be required to demonstrate your ability to do CPR with rescue breaths, recovery positions as usual. Please talk to our team if you have concerns.

 

Pricing

Our courses costs include up-to-date handbooks and certificates; there are no hidden costs. All terms and conditions will be included on the booking page. The logistical details (including, parking, refreshments, venue and start and finish times) will be sent with your Joining Information once confirmation of payment has been received. As the awarding bodies update their requirements so will we.

Level III

 

Level III

 

Level III Level II

 

Emergency First Aid at Work

 

First Aid at Work

 

Requalification
First Aid at Work
AED and CPR

 

1 day 3 days 2 days Half a day
£85 per person £140 per person £100 per person £50 per person

Group booking discount can be requested on application.

Our trainers are NUCO approved to certify for First Aid at Work, Emergency First Aid, and Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) and Basic Life Support (BLS) courses through the First Aid Awards (FAA). RAS: Risk Advisory Service can also provide First Aid services for your events.

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