The Emergency First Aid at Work training course (One day First Aid at Work covering Burns, Accidents, Emergencies and First Aid in Schools) is the most commonly booked workplace first aid course in the UK. Our course covers everything you need to know in the workplace from Assessing a casualties injuries through to performing CPR. This course is in-line with the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981. This course is classed as a “mini” First Aid at Work course but with a turbo engine and only 6 hours to deliver it! We can deliver the Emergency First Aid at Work training in Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead, Watford, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, London and surrounding boroughs looking at First Aid in Schools.
The Emergency First Aid at Work training course is designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge and skills required to administer immediate first aid in the workplace. It aims to ensure that employees are prepared to respond to emergency situations and provide initial care to an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives.
First Aid Training for Schools
If you are looking for First Aid Training for Schools then we can offer the following:
First Aid training aimed at just children, especially early years and Ofsted recognised for appointed persons – Paediatric First Aid Level 3
First Aid training aimed at children and adults within primary/secondary – First Aid in Schools – Primary Care
First Aid training aimed at Adults and HSE recognised (Less than 25 staff in your school) – 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work
First Aid training aimed at Adults and HSE recognised (More than 25 staff in your school) – 3 Day First Aid at Work
We know how confusing this can become choosing the right course, so if you are unsure then please contact us.
We can deliver this First Aid at Work Training in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Hemel Hempstead and at your school location within the UK.
Who should enrol on this Emergency First Aid at Work course
This Emergency First at Work 1 day training course has been created to work best with settings such as and not limited to Schools, Academies, Nurseries and Per-Schools, Sports Centres, Sports Teams, Leisure centres, Clinics, Surgeries, Health Centres, lone workers, out of school and afterschool settings.
Certification – Emergency First Aid at Work training course
This Emergency First Aid at Work training course is accredited by “Emergency First Response” in-line with HSE First Aid in Work – further information.
On successful completion of this course you will be certificated for 3 years. This can be used to provide evidence for compliance and audit.
HSE, Ofsted, ISI, ISA, HMIE, Estyn, Sports and Medical regulating bodies and childminding agencies.
What does this Emergency First Aid at Work training course cover:
Approx. 6 hours to complete.
Assessment – Candidates are continuously assessed throughout the day. At the end of the training there is a multiple choice question paper to pass.
Certificated for 3 Years.
We can deliver the Emergency First Aid at Work training in Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead, Watford, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, London and surrounding boroughs.
The aims / learner outcomes of the Emergency First Aid at Work training course
- Roles and responsibilities: Understanding the role of a first-aider and the legal requirements for providing first aid in the workplace.
- Assessing the situation: How to assess an incident, prioritise actions, and ensure personal and bystander safety.
- Unresponsive casualties: Recognising and managing an unresponsive casualty, including checking for breathing, performing CPR, and using automated external defibrillators (AEDs) if available.
- Choking: Identifying and providing first aid for a choking person.
- Bleeding and wounds: Techniques for controlling bleeding, applying dressings, and managing different types of wounds.
- Shock: Recognising the signs and symptoms of shock and appropriate first aid interventions.
- Minor injuries: Treating minor injuries such as cuts, burns, and scalds.
- Musculoskeletal injuries: Basic first aid techniques for sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations.
- Seizures: How to respond to a person experiencing a seizure and providing appropriate support.
- Medical emergencies: Recognition and initial management of common medical emergencies like heart attacks, strokes, diabetic emergencies, and allergic reactions.
- Recording and reporting: Understanding the importance of accurate record-keeping and reporting incidents.
Did you know we deliver first Aid training at our training centre in Hertfordshire and can also visit your venue
Settings that need to comply with the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework should assess their needs and should consider the full Paediatric First Aid Course.