First Aid at Work
First Aid at Work
Duration: 6 hrs Online, 12 hrs Practical
Cost: £140 pp (No VAT)
Please note: Online pre-learning must be completed before practical session
Our First Aid at Work course provides individuals with vital life-saving skills and HSE-compliant certification. This course seamlessly integrates online learning flexibility with practical hands-on training. In Part 1, participants explore interactive e-learning modules, covering essential topics and honing decision-making abilities. Part 2 comprises two intensive days of expert-led, hands-on training sessions to translate theory into practice.
Role and Responsibilities of a First-Aider: Understand the crucial role and responsibilities of a first-aider in emergency situations.
Assessing Emergencies: Learn to assess situations and circumstances to ensure safe, prompt, and effective actions during emergencies.
Unresponsive Casualties: Administer first aid to an unresponsive casualty, including those experiencing seizures.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and AED Use: Gain proficiency in performing CPR and operating an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Choking Casualties: Learn how to provide first aid to individuals who are choking.
Wounded and Bleeding Casualties: Acquire skills to provide first aid for wounds and bleeding.
Casualties in Shock: Understand how to assist casualties suffering from shock.
Minor Injuries: Provide appropriate first aid for minor injuries, including small cuts, grazes, bruises, minor burns, scalds, and small splinters.
Major Illness Recognition: Recognise the signs of major illnesses, such as heart attacks, strokes, epilepsy, asthma, and diabetes, and provide appropriate first aid.
Injuries to Bones, Muscles, and Joints: Learn how to administer first aid for injuries to bones, muscles, joints, including suspected spinal injuries.
Chest Injuries: Understand how to provide first aid for chest injuries.
Burns and Scalds: Gain skills in treating burns and scalds.
Eye Injuries: Learn how to administer first aid for eye injuries.
Sudden Poisoning: Recognise and respond to cases of sudden poisoning.
Anaphylactic Shock: Understand how to provide first aid to a casualty experiencing anaphylactic shock.
Upon successful completion of the First Aid at Work Course, participants will receive:
- Life-Saving Skills: Participants gain essential life-saving skills, empowering them to confidently respond to emergencies and potentially save lives.
- Certification: Successful completion leads to HSE-compliant certification as a First Aid at Work professional, enhancing career prospects and employability.
- Increased Confidence: Participants develop the knowledge and skills needed to handle a wide range of First Aid scenarios, boosting their confidence in emergency situations.
- Safety Advocates: Graduates become advocates for safety in their communities, workplaces, and homes, promoting a culture of preparedness and well-being.
Our training centre is conveniently located in the heart of Birmingham and is easily accessible whether you’re using public transport or driving.
At Forward Step Training Centre, we are committed to providing high-quality training in our well-equipped facilities. Our location offers easy access for both public transportation users and those arriving by car, ensuring a hassle-free commute to your learning experience.
Accredited Training at Your Convenience
At Forward Step Training Centre, we are proud to be accredited to deliver our courses not only at our main location but also in suitable employer premises throughout the region. This means we can bring our high-quality training directly to your workplace, making it even more convenient for you and your team.
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