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First Aid at Work + Paediatric First Aid

For just a few extra hours training, staff could complete both courses in one go. The comprehensive teaching in this course covers a vast range of situations; from life-threatening conditions to more common illnesses involving both adults and children/infants. The First Aid at Work training, required for larger organisations or high-risk areas, fulfils the statutory duty of care as set by the Health and Safety Executive (First Aid Regulations 1981). As this is combined with the Paediatric First Aid course, it simultaneously meets Ofsted requirements for working with young children.

Blended E-Learning

The online unit is coming soon, We are working hard to complete this. 

Course Details

Duration:

22 hours over 3 days. Scheduled to suit your company’s needs, but usually between 9am – 4.30pm.

Aims of Course:

To enable candidate to give adequate and efficient first aid to a casualty following an injury or illness using material to hand and HSE approved first aid equipment.

Attendee Requirements:

2 students upwards. Age 16 years or older; must be fit and able to work at floor level. Candidate must conform to the HSE criteria and be deemed competent to gain a certificate.

Certificates:

A certificate of competence will be issued to successful candidates which are valid for three years. These hold the necessary workplace approval through the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB). Approval number: 73/07(372).

Topics Covered

Topics Covered

What our students have to say

This course covered all aspects of what is needed in the work environment, the Instructor has a good knowledge and was very professional, making the course fun and informative.
Shaun
First Aid at Work + Paediatric First Aid Student
Ruth is always very informative and the course goes at a suitable pace. Giving lots of information but plenty of time to refresh, she gives as much time as required to practice the vital practical elements too.
Adam
First Aid at Work + Paediatric First Aid Student
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