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Emergency First Aid at Work

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The HSE requires at least six training contact hours for this course.  On successful completion of this course, you will receive an emergency first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.  


 Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in low hazard environments (for example an office or shop) or where Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines indicate staff should hold a certificate in emergency first aid at work. It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace. If your needs assessment identifies a requirement for additional first aid training, we recommend the three day first aid at work course which teaches the skills to recognise and treat a wider range of injuries and medical conditions. 


 What does it cover?

Our emergency first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. 


This course gives learners the skills to help someone who is:  

  • unresponsive and breathing
  • unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED) 
  • having a seizure 
  • choking 
  • bleeding heavily 
  • suffering from shock 
  • burnt. 

It also includes information on:

  • dealing with an emergency
  • assessing a casualty 
  • monitoring a casualty 
  • where to get help 
  • electrical incidents 
  • accident recording and reporting 
  • control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH). 

Each learner receives a training pack including a host of resources to help them practice the skills covered. 

Paediatric First Aid

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On successful completion of this 

12 hour course, you will receive a paediatric first aid certificate which is valid for three years.  


Who is it for?

This two-day paediatric first aid course focuses on emergency scenarios that face those looking after young children and infants, including day nurseries, private nursery schools, pre-schools, before and after school clubs for children in the early years age group, childminders and carers of children at home. This paediatric first aid course meets the Ofsted Early Years and Childcare Register requirements.  


If you don't need first aid training for work reasons but would like to learn first aid for babies and children, our popular Parent & Grandparent Confidence courses are perfect for new and expectant parents, grandparents and carers.    


What does it cover?

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider.   
  • Be able to assess an emergency situation safely.   

Be able to provide first aid for an infant and a child: 

  • who is unresponsive and breathing normally, 
  • who is unresponsive and unconscious including child and infant resuscitation  
  • who has a foreign body airway obstruction 
  • with external bleeding 
  • with injuries to bones, joints and muscles. 

Understand how to administer emergency first aid to an infant and a child with a chronic medical condition or sudden illness:   

  • sickle cell crisis 
  • diabetic emergencies 
  • asthma attack 
  • allergic reaction 
  • meningitis 
  • febrile convulsions. 

Understand how to administer first aid to an infant and a child:  

  • who is experiencing the effects of extreme heat and cold 
  • who has sustained an electric shock 
  • with burns or scalds 
  • who has been poisoned 
  • who has been bitten or stung 
  • with minor injuries, including cuts, grazes, bumps and bruises, small splinters and nose bleeds with conditions affecting the eyes, ears and nose 
  • with head and spinal injuries 
  • with anaphylaxis 
  • who is suffering from shock. 

Understand how to complete records relating to illnesses, injuries and emergencies.     


AED with Basic Life Support

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On successful completion of this course, you will receive a AED with life support certificate which is 

valid for two years.     


Who is it for?  

This course is suitable for people who may or may not have a current first aid certificate but want to learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) machine.   


AEDs (automated external defibrillators) are proven to save lives and are therefore an invaluable addition to health and safety provision for your employees. Once one is installed in your workplace, we highly recommend you train personnel in its usage. Our course teaches the essential skills that an AED operator needs and gives students the confidence to know what to do in an emergency.

Defibrillators are very simple to operate and no previous training is required to attend this course. Organisations that wish to train their staff in CPR and AED on their own premises can also add oxygen therapy to their workplace training package. 


What does it cover?

It covers first aid for unresponsive adult casualties, including the use of an AED machine.  


We also offer an automated external defibrillators course for those who do have a current first aid certificate.   


This course covers:    

  • The role of the first aider
  • Managing an emergency
  • Communication and casualty care
  • Chest pains
  • Getting to know the AED (any type)
  • Operating the AED
  • Treatment of an unresponsive casualty
  • Resuscitation (CPR)


First Aid at Work

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The HSE requires at least 18 training and contact hours for this course. On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.  


Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in high hazard environments such as construction, manufacturing or agriculture. It is also ideal for organisations whose needs assessment identifies a requirement for additional first aid training (e.g. due to having employees with a disability or medical condition). It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace. 


What does it cover?

Our first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.   It gives learners the first aid skills to help someone who:  

  •  is unresponsive and breathing 
  • is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED)
  • is choking 
  • is bleeding 
  • is suffering from shock 
  • is burnt 
  • feels faint 
  • has been poisoned 
  • has a head injury 
  • has hypothermia or heat exhaustion 
  • is having a medical emergency: seizure, heart attack, angina attack, stroke, asthma attack, severe allergic reaction, diabetic emergency
  • has an injury to a bone muscle or joint (including spinal injuries). 

The course also includes information on:

  • dealing with an emergency 
  • assessing a casualty 
  • monitoring a casualty 
  • where to get help 
  • electrical incidents 
  • accident recording and reporting
  • control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH). 

Each learner receives a training pack including a host of resources to help them practice the skills covered. 

Emergency Paediatric First Aid

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On successful completion of this course, you will receive an emergency paediatric first aid certificate which is 

valid for three years.   

  

Who is it for?

This course is for people working with and caring for babies and young children. If you are a named first aider within the setting or have sole charge of children we recommend our more in depth 12 hour Paediatric First Aid course.


If you don't need first aid training for work reasons but would like to learn first aid for babies and children, our popular parent and grandparents confidence in first aid course is perfect for new and expectant parents, grandparents and carers.   


What does it cover?

This course covers how to help a baby or child who:  

  • is unresponsive and breathing 
  • is unresponsive and not breathing, including the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) 
  • is choking 
  • is bleeding 
  • is suffering from shock 
  • is burnt or has a scald 
  • is having a seizure. 

The course also includes details on accident reporting and administering medication for those working in a childcare setting.    


Parents & Grandparents Confidence in Emergency First Aid

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Who is it for?

This is an informal two hour training session designed to equip learners with greater knowledge of, and the confidence to use, basic emergency first aid on infants and children should the need arise.


What does it cover?

This course covers everything you need to know on helping a very sick child, prior to the arrival of the emergency services, including basic life support and management of choking.

 

First Aid at Work Requalification

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The HSE requires at least 12 training contact hours for this course.  On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years. Learners must have previously attended a three day first aid at work course. The HSE strongly recommends that you re qualify within a month of your certificate expiring. 


Who is it for?

This course is suitable for anyone who wants to refresh and update the skills they previously learned on the first aid at work course, in order to renew their certificate and continue to act as a workplace first aider. It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace. 


What does it cover?  

Our first aid at work requalification course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. It gives learners the skills to help someone who:

  • is unresponsive and breathing
  • is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED)
  • is choking
  • is bleeding
  • is suffering from shock
  • is burnt
  • feels faint
  • has been poisoned
  • has a head injury
  • has hypothermia or heat exhaustion
  • is having a medical emergency: seizure, heart attack, angina attack, stroke, asthma attack, severe allergic reaction, diabetic emergency
  • has an injury to a bone, muscle or joint (including spinal injuries). 

The course also includes information on:dealing with an emergency

  • assessing a casualty
  • monitoring a casualty
  • where to get help
  • electrical incidents
  • accident recording and reporting • control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH). 

Each learner receives a training pack including a host of resources to help them practice the skills covered. 

Automated External Defibrillator

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On successful completion of this 2 hour course, you will receive an AED certificate which is valid for two years. 


Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people who have a current first aid certificate and want to learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) machine. We also offer an AED with life support course for people who don't have a current first aid certificate. 


What does it cover?

Course content includes: 

  • recap of personal safety 
  • assessing the incident and patient DRABC check and sending for help 
  • defibrillation 
  • understanding heart rhythms
  • cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use of AED on a casualty 
  • general guidelines for using a defibrillator 
  • recording of information 
  • handover to the emergency services.    

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