Emergency First Aid at Work

The aim of this qualification is to enable candidates (working in a low-risk work environment) to be able to act as an ‘appointed person’ to take charge of the first aid arrangements, including looking after the equipment and facilities and calling the Emergency Medical Services when required. On completion, candidates will be able to deliver basic first aid to people in a range of emergency first aid situations.

This course is available as an open course or group booking.

Open Course Dates

Emergency First Aid at Work4th June 202410am - 5pm

Course Information

The aim of this qualification is to enable candidates (working in a low-risk work environment) to be able to act as an ‘appointed person’ to take charge of the first aid arrangements, including looking after the equipment and facilities and calling the Emergency Medical Services when required. On completion, candidates will be able to deliver basic first aid to people in a range of emergency first aid situations.

Course Content

  • the roles and responsibilities of a first aider
  • acting safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency
  • managing an unresponsive casualty and the recovery position
  • cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • choking
  • bleeding
  • shock
  • minor injuries
  • safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED)

Certification STA Certificate of Training (valid for 3 years)

Course Length  6 hours

Maximum Participants  12 (8 if using Training for Care’s venue)

Course Fee  

  • £600 for up to 8 participants
  • £75 per additional participant up to a maximum of 12

Group Booking Information

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It was delivered by a very professional tutor, very knowledgeable of the topics, of the theory and practice. She created a nice, relaxed atmosphere. thanks

Chris has a fantastic range of knowledge and experience. He was able to teach in an easy to follow manner and I can now go away confidently that I know that I could help in the first instance of First aid.