Please select from the COURSES menu for full details of content, duration and fees. If you wish to book onto one of our open courses, dates are listed below. Or, if you are looking to arrange a training session on a date of your choice, please select a course and go to the group booking section.
If you are not sure that any of these courses will suit your training needs, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Open Course Dates
|cpr & aed||19th march||9:30 - 1:30|
|emergency first aid at work||5th march||9:30 - 4:30|
|emergency first aid at work||17th april||9:30 - 4:30|
|emergency first aid at work||29th may||9:30 - 4:30|
|first aid at work||day 1 - 26th march|
day 2 - 2nd april
day 3 - 9th april
|emergency paediatric first aid||16th April||9:30 - 4:30|
|paediatric first aid (2 days)||day 1 - 7th may|
day 2 - 8th may
|9:30 - 4:30|
Craig is an accredited STA Tutor for First Aid and has trained with the American Red Cross and St John’s Ambulance. He is registered with the Resuscitation Council and has an HND in Physical Education and Community Studies.
Craig has worked in the leisure industry since 1990. In addition to this he has worked with Training for Care since 2006 and has gained over 15 years of experience as a qualified First Aid tutor / examiner.
Guidelines and Statutory Requirements
Validation of First Aid Courses
The following courses are registered and certificated through STA (Safety Training Awards) and regulated by SQA or OFQUAL.
Emergency First Aid at Work (6 hours)
CPR and AED (4 hours)
First Aid at Work (3 days)
First Aid at Work Requalification (2 days)
CPRÂ andÂ Anaphylaxis (4 hours)
Emergency Paediatric First Aid (6 hours)
Paediatric First Aid (2 days)
The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981
The ‘Guidance on Regulations’ has been updated and strengthened to incorporate the new approval arrangements and the withdrawal of ACOP and can be downloaded at www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/priced/l74.pdf
Regulations and Guidance sections 3 and 4 and Appendices 1, 2 and 3 set out the principal duties of the employer , e.g. ‘Employers have a legal duty to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work’, and related matters, e.g. provision of an Appointed Person or First Aider based on a needs assessment. Guidance on needs assessment can be found here: http://www.hse.gov.uk/firstaid/needs-assessment.htm
Regulation 2 Guidance, para 28 is useful reading for care and childcare service providers:
‘These Regulations do not require employers to provide first aid for anyone other than their own employees. However, many organisations, such as schools, places of entertainment, fairgrounds and shops, provide a service for others and it is strongly recommended that employers include non-employees in their assessment of first-aid needs and make provision for them. This may require first-aiders to receive additional training above the legal minimum requirement so that they are able to act competently, for example additional training in paediatric first aid if operating in a school.’
European Resuscitation Council
All courses meet the European Resuscitation Council Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015.
Emergency First Aid at Work, First Aid at Work & First Aid at Work Requalification:
STA (Safety Training Awards) Certificate of Training
Emergency First Aid (4 hours):
TfCÂ Certificate of Attendance.