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First Aid Training

Our first aid training courses are designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to respond quickly and confidently to emergencies. By enrolling in our courses, you will learn essential life-saving skills to provide immediate assistance in a range of emergency situations.
Basic Life Support Course

Basic Life Support (BLS)

Our Basic Life Support (BLS) Training enables attendees to understand how the heart and circulatory system works within the body, what the different types of rhythms mean as well as how to correctly perform CPR on adults, children, and infants.

First Aid Awareness Training Online

First Aid Awareness Online

Our First Aid Awareness Training Online enables attendees to understand the contents of a first aid kit, what CPR is and how to correctly provide it, the difference between internal and external bleeding as well as when to call emergency services.

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Paediatric First Aid Level 3

Attendees will learn the roles and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider, and will be equipped with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when dealing with a range of paediatric first aid situations.

First Aid For Mental Health Level , young woman having discussion with another young woman privately.

First Aid for Mental Health Level 3

An in-depth, accredited course in First Aid for Mental Health, covering recognition, treatment and support of a variety of conditions including PTSD, Depression, Substance Abuse, and Personality Disorders.

First Aid for Mental Health Level 2, Close up shot of a mid-adult man listening to someone speaking whilst sitting in a support group session.

First Aid for Mental Health Level 2

A single day, accredited course in First Aid for Mental Health, covering recognition, awareness and support for a variety of conditions including PTSD, Depression, Substance Abuse, and Personality Disorders.

Epilepsy Awareness

Epilepsy Awareness

Our Epilepsy Awareness Training enables attendees to have a better understanding of the condition and how to support individuals with epilepsy.

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Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools

Our Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools course enables attendees to gain knowledge about how to manage a situation and perform a casualty assessment as well as the prioritise treatment and deal with minor injuries including shock.

Essential Life Skill The Benefits of First Aid Training for Individuals and Employers

First aid training is an essential life skill that everyone should acquire. Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and knowing how to provide first aid can be the difference between life and death. First aid training equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to handle medical emergencies until professional medical help arrives.

First aid training covers a wide range of topics, including assessing the situation, performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), using an automated external defibrillator (AED), treating wounds, controlling bleeding, and managing shock. The training also includes recognising signs and symptoms of various medical conditions, such as stroke, heart attack, and anaphylaxis, and how to respond to them.

One of the primary benefits of first aid training is that it empowers individuals to act in an emergency situation confidently. It also teaches them how to remain calm and composed when faced with a medical crisis, which is vital for effective emergency response. The training also helps people to understand the importance of timely medical assistance, and how to communicate effectively with emergency medical services.

Another benefit of first aid training is that it can save lives. When a person receives first aid immediately after an accident or injury, it increases their chances of survival and reduces the risk of complications. Proper first aid treatment can also prevent an injury from getting worse, which can significantly impact the patient’s recovery time.

Providing training to employees can help reduce the risk of workplace accidents and injuries. It can also increase employee morale and job satisfaction, as they feel valued and cared for by their employers. Additionally, employers who provide first aid training to their employees may benefit from lower workers’ compensation premiums.

Different levels are available, ranging from Emergency First Aid at Work which covers the essential skills needed to respond to medical emergencies. It includes CPR, AED use, wound care, and managing shock. First Aid at Work Level 3 goes into greater depth and covers more complex medical situations, such as responding to multiple injuries, fractures, and spinal injuries.

An essential life skill that everyone should acquire. It empowers individuals to act confidently in emergency situations and increases their chances of survival. It also benefits employers by reducing the risk of workplace accidents and injuries, increasing employee morale, and potentially lowering workers’ compensation premiums. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, or an employer, investing in first aid training is a smart decision that can make a significant difference in the event of a medical emergency.

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