First Aid Requirements Calculator
I wanted to say thank you very much for the training last week.
I really enjoyed it and have only heard good comments about the training
- including people saying that for the first time they felt inspired
to do the FAW training! The day was really interesting and your enthusiasm
and passion for what you are teaching was evident and made for a
great day's training. RS
Level3 award in
Emergency First Aid at Work (1 day)
|Qualsafe Level 3 award in
First Aid at Work (3 day)
Level 3 award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) (EFAW)
This course is suitable for workplaces classed as lower-risk,
and those with fewer than 100 employees. It is also ideal for clubs
and individuals who want to make a difference. It is one of only
two courses now approved by the Health and Safety Executive. The
afternoon part of the course covers training for the First Aid
appointed person should your risk assessment indicate that a fully
qualified first aider is not required.
- One day course
- Assessed through practical work and 20 multiple choice questions
- RQF accredited
Level 3 award in First Aid at Work (FAW)
This course replaces the HSE approved 3 day FAW course due
to be withdrawn in October. See update
Assessment is carried out on an ongoing basis avoiding the need
for formal practical assessment on the final day.
The course is designed for employers of more than 50 staff, high
risk industries and organisations involved with horse riding, contact
sports and similar activities.
- Three day course
- Practical assessment and multiple choice question paper
- QCF accredited
Complies with new September 1014
Follows the Ofsted approved syllabus as required by pre-school and
- Two day course
- Practical assessment only
- House certificate awarded immediately after completion
- Local Authority approved Paediatric First Aid training provider
CPR alone will not normally revive a casualty and with the growing
number of Public Automatic External Defibrillators available, being
trained to use one can be a real life saver.
- Half day course
- Practical assessment only
- Defibrillation Handbook
- House certificate
|Level 2 award in Activity
The qualification is designed for people
who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary and
community activities, to provide First Aid when dealing with an emergency situation
activities, such as sports, swimming, hiking, rock climbing, etc.
This two day course is regulated by Ofqual credit value 2
Practical Assessment is by observation throughout the course in
5 key areas
Theory assessment through two multiple choice question papers
Through the completion of a third multiple choice question paper
candidates may have the opportunity to also be awarded an Emergency
First Aid at Work Certificate.
|Outdoor Instructor Pro
course (18 hours 3 integrated qualifications)
For those who take their first aid training seriously
and find trying to cram 16 hours of training into 2 days is all
a bit too much, we offer the Pro course that is delivered
over three days and better prepares candidates to deal with an emergency.
3 six hours days gives the candidate more time absorb the information
and practice their skills.
The Pro course gives more than
just the basics combining 3 qualifications into one course.
Person First Aid
||Basic Life Support
|The HSE guidance suggests that for low hazard work
places, such as offices, shops, libraries who employ less than 25
people, as a minimum there should be at least one appointed person.
An appointed person takes controls of situation but does not administer
first aid. By attending the first part of an Emergency First Aid
at Work course the candidate will be trained in the role of Appointed
This short 3 hour hands on course
aims to give anyone the confidence and skills to deal with an unconscious
casualty who is not breathing.
With the proper treatment a casualty who suffers
a cardiac arrest can have a 90% chance of survival if given the
appropriate treatment within the first minute of the arrest.
If treatment is not complete within 10 minutes of
the arrest the chance of survival can fall to 2%.
Aid for the Dental Team
We offer annual CPR and other first aid training
suitable for dental nurses and other members of the dental team.
These are delivered at your practice. Courses can be easily modified
to best suit individual practices.
|First Aid in Schools
We believe that first aid should be
taught in schools:
first aid kit DOES NOT have to comply with British Standards see
Hypoglycaemia treatment update
The History of the Tourniquet
First Aid Myths
First Aid Course full specifications
HSE First Aid update
Fit and Health
First aid and CQC registration
Pre-Hospital web portal for all people interested in pre-hospital care.
Course available in West Devon, Cornwall, East Devon, Tavistock, Okehampton,
Plymouth, South Devon, East
Cornwall Callington, Launceston, Saltash