Subjects covered include:
Aims and principles of first aid
Prevention of cross-infection during first aid procedures
CPR and use of an AED
Management of the unconscious casualty
Assessment and treatment of a casualty who is wounded, bleeding or shocked
How to deal with burns, poisoning and eye injuries
Assessment and treatment of common major and minor illnesses e.g. epilepsy, diabetes, asthma
Legal aspects of first aid at work – such as record keeping
Managing cardiac circulation, asthma attacks and choking
Management of fractures and dislocation
How is the qualification assessed?
This qualification is assessed by the following two methods:
1. Practical assessment - there will be continual assessment by the tutor as participants demonstrate the practical first aid skills, during the sessions.
2. Theory assessment - Learners must answer a series of written questions during the sessions, with support from the tutor.
How long is the training for?
The training event is 18 hours over three days.
The price includes:
Highly qualified trainer
First aid handbook
Registration and certification
Postage of certificates
Any other information
The qualification is valid for a period of three years after which point learners must retake the course. In addition, annual refresher training is strongly recommended.
If your organisation requires more than 12 staff to be trained, additional trainers can be booked for the same date.
What first aid training does my organisation need?
Firstly, you must decide if you are a high or low risk environment. Next you must consider how many staff you employ. The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) provides a table showing what First Aid qualifications/ training your organisation requires.
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