This course is designed for individuals who are working in settings with minimum hazards and a low number of employees. Individuals will develop the skills required to deal with an injured or ill person.
The course is delivered for 6 hours (one day), or in shorter sessions for flexibility (for up to 3 weeks). Sessions times can be arranged to meet your needs (weekdays, weekends, daytime or evening). The courses are delivered and assessed by accredited trainers and assessors.
Please contact us for a group booking price (see our contact details at the bottom of this page).
Candidates are required to be at least 14 years of age prior to certification.
- Incident management
- Chain of survival
- Primary and Secondary surveys
- Airway control: recovery position
- The roles and responsibilities of the Emergency First Aider
- Recognising signs and symptoms of injury and illness
- Assisting a casualty who is suffering from injury and illness
- Burns and scalds
- Record keeping
Assessment and Certification:
Practical assessment is ongoing, and theory assessment is via a question paper.
Certification is valid for three years, though an annual updating course is recommended.
All candidates will receive a first aid manual.
TO BOOK A COURSE:
CONTACT SHARON BALL
t: 01723 512845 or 07880 902306