– 3 day course (18 guided hours)
– Combines practical, demonstrations and just enough theory for students to understand why their actions can save lives
– Comply with the Health & Safety Executive’s guidance on the provision of appropriate first aid trained personel
– Get teaching infused with real-world knowledge. Our training team is made up of registered paramedics with years of emergency medical experience. This helps to make the course very interesting and valuable with tips and advice based on real experience
– A free first aid manual for every student. Quick, easy and great to refer back to at any time to ensure that all students stay on top of their first aid knowledge
– A free first aid mouth-to-mouth face shield. Instantly banishes the common fears and concerns of mouth-to-mouth CPR
– Regular e-mail newsletters for every student. Providing information on the latest first aid guidelines, news and events to stay up to date and ready to act
– Training conducted at your premises. No travel organisation and no costly travel fees
– Assessment is conducted on the final day
– Certificate valid for 3 years
First Aid at Work Course Syllabus
Our FAW courses are designed to squeeze as much life saving information as possible in to two 9 hour days. The full course itinerary is:
– Preventing cross infection
– Recording incidents and action
– Use of available equipment
– Assess the situation
– The unconscious casualty (including seizure)
– Wounds and bleeding
– Minor injuries (including small cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters).
– Administer first aid to a casualty with:
– Injuries to bones, muscles and joints, including suspected spinal injuries;
– Chest injuries;
– Burns and scalds;
– Eye injuries;
– Sudden poisoning;
– Anaphylactic shock;
– Recognise the presence of major illness and provide appropriate first aid (including heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes).
Do you need a First Aid at Work course
You will likely require trained First Aid at Work certificate holders present at all times if…
– You have 50 or more employees
– You have less than 50 employees, but the business involves hazardous procedures such as warehousing, food processing, assembly work, light engineering etc
– The primary role of your business involves interaction with the public. Here, the HSE strongly advises that employers consider them in their first aid provision plans
The above is by no means extensive. You may still require a First Aid at Work level first aider at your workplace regardless. Alternatively, you may need to provide a first aider at a different level of qualification.
As always, we are more than happy to help you decide the correct level of first aid coverage you need.
How our paramedic training staff can help you
We will help your staff make a real difference by teaching them high quality, effective and proven first aid techniques which abide to industry-standard methods. The course will have provided the skills and confidence to make the right actions accurately and swiftly.
All of our First Aid at Work training course leaders are registered and practicing paramedics. This means that whilst other trainers may have no emergency medical experience themselves, your teacher will have faced real emergency situations on a daily basis. As you can imagine, the experience of knowing what works in the real world can really make all the difference.
Please call us on 01376 743343 if you have any further questions or to book a course for any number of employees.
We can also provide free no-obligation advice on the most suitable course for your business which complies with the latest health and safety legislation.