First aid training

Most injuries and fatalities occur on smaller building and refurbishment sites.  The law requires builders to plan, manage and monitor their work so it is done safely, and to inform and train their workforce.

There are 2 types of First Aid courses you can attend.

Emergency First Aid at Work

 

Who should attend?

This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments.

What will I learn?

The content of this course provides basic life saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations.

                  
  • Managing an emergency/ Communication and casualty care/ Bleeding (minor and severe)
  • Burns /Shock/ Choking (adult)/ Fainting/ Health and safety (first aid) regulations/
  • Resuscitation (adult CPR)
  • Seizures (adult)
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First Aid at Work: three-day course delivering more in-depth knowledge and skills

 

Who should attend?

This course is designed for those in higher risk occupations.  It covers more in-depth knowledge and skills, and is recommended for higher risk occupations, such as those employees who use machinery.

What will I learn?

The role of the first aider/ Managing an emergency/ Communication and casualty care/ Asthma/ Bleeding (minor and severe)/ Bone, muscle and joint injuries/ Burns and scalds/ Chest pains (including heart attack)/ Choking (adult)/ Eye injuries/ Fainting/ Head injuries/ Health and safety (first aid) regulations/ Low blood sugar/ Poisoning/ Resuscitation (adult CPR)/ Seizures (adult)/ Severe allergic reaction/ Shock/ Spinal injuries/ Stroke/ Unconscious casualty.

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