Emergency First Aid at Work: Appointed Person Training
A nationally recognised one-day first aid course
The Emergency First Aid at Work course is a basic first aid course ideal for those needing to provide first aid in the workplace, or who need to be the workplace first aid appointed person. Wherever you work and whatever you do our first aid courses will help you gain the skills and knowledge to help out in an emergency.
The course covers essential lifesaving techniques such as CPR, resuscitation, dealing with bleeding, common emergencies such as asthma, epileptic seizures, and choking, as well as less critical problems which you might be faced with.
Our team of expert first aid instructors will help you
- gain the skills to deal with common first aid problems
- provide up to date and safe treatment
- keep the situation under control until the emergency services arrive
- gain a nationally recognised certificate
This 1-day course is suitable both for complete beginners without any prior knowledge, as well as people who have had previous first aid training yet wish to update their skills and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
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Up to 10 people at your premises £650 + VAT (from £65.00 each)
One place at our training centre is £99 + VAT
SEE DATES BELOW
|Course Dates for Individuals||Price (inc VAT)||Book Now||Training Location|
|March 3rd (Friday) 2017||£99.00 (£118.80)||
|April 24th (Monday) 2017||£99.00 (£118.80)||
|May 19th (Friday) 2017||£99.00 (£118.80)||
|June 26th (Monday) 2017||£99.00 (£118.80)||
Emergency First Aid at Work training course – background
The Emergency First Aid at Work certificate is nationally recognised by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive)
By gaining this qualification you will help to ensure that your organisation is complying with the legal requirement to provide first aid in the workplace. As well as this you will be safe in the knowledge that anybody who has qualified through us will be able to handle those critical occasions when somebody is injured or collapsed.
What do you need for this emergency first aid course?
- ability to show practical skills
After the Emergency First Aid at Work certificate, why not gain extra first aid training? Follow the First Aid at Work 3-day course to qualify as a First Aider under the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations.
If you're looking after young children, and you need to meet Ofsted and Department for Education requirements, follow the 2-day Pediatric First Aid course.
|Sample Emergency First Aid at Work Training Programme|
|1. Introduction to first aid
2. Care of the unconscious casualty
3. Resuscitation including CPR for adults, children and babies
5. What to do if someone is choking
7. Heart Attack
9. Control of bleeding
10. Burns and scalds
11. Contents of first aid boxes and their use
12. Recording accidents and illnesses
13. Questions and answers
We run our HSE-recognised first aid courses in London, Middlesex, Croydon, Guildford, Chelmsford, Milton Keynes, Chesterfield, Oxford, Slough, Swindon, Birmingham, Manchester, Essex, Peterborough, Leeds, Liverpool, Bradford, Sheffield, Blackpool, Leicester, Portsmouth, Southampton, Bournemouth, Brighton, Norwich, Newcastle, Cardiff, Bristol, Plymouth, Glasgow, Swansea, Reading, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Belfast, Oxfordshire, Warrington and Norwich.