Our ISO9001 registration, robust Quality Assurance procedure, large team of expert outdoor first aid trainers based across the country, and many years of experience across multiple sectors, make us the best choice for your first aid training requirements.
Designed by our hospitality expert, the course covers basic first aid techniques and skills, and the roles and responsibilities of the first aider, and is usually completed in a single day.
With the flexible extra time, you could perhaps add treatment of anaphylaxis, serious burns, and poisons, to the standard course content.
This HSE-approved qualification satisfies all regulatory requirements.
Nominated workplace first aiders, or anyone wanting a comprehensive introduction to first aid.
Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations. Due to the course content learners should be able to deal with stressful situations.
Emergency First Aid At Work Course Content
If this course is delivered in-house the organisation are responsible for assessing the suitability of learners to carry out the role of first aider in the workplace.Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) is the first choice of first aid course for most employers, where workers operate in a ‘Low Hazard’ environment.However, for some workplaces, especially hotels, guesthouses, and others in the hospitality industry, the standard course doesn’t quite satisfy the specific requirements.Such a person must have attended an HSE recognised First Aid at Work course and then continue to update their skills every three years.This course covers the practical skills needed by a first aider in the modern workplace.The course will give you the knowledge and confidence to deal with a first aid emergency in the workplace.The one day Level 3 Emergency First Aid At Work course is nationally recognised and meets the requirements outlined by the HSE.Assessment will be via multiple choice questions and observations carried out by the course trainer.The main difference between the two, apart from the duration, is the amount of detail each respective course covers.You may not require a full 3 day First Aid at Work course for all of your staff, but the standard EFAW doesn’t go far enough.Our 7-hour Hotels First Aid course is perfect if you work, in a ‘Low Hazard hospitality environment.