First Aid at Work Course – £235, now on offer at £215.

(VAT not applicable)

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) recognise that First Aid at Work training courses give a toolkit of practical skills and knowledge required by first aiders. This gives first aiders the ability to be able to deal with first aid emergencies. it also helps organisations contribute to the required standards set by the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations.

We offer this full, 3 day, First Aid at Work course to both businesses and individuals. It’s for anyone aged 16+ who wants to learn the skills necessary to assist in a first aid emergency. On completion, delegates will be able to provide a first aid response to a wide range of accidents, injuries and illnesses. In House Prices – up to 6 people £1085. For more than 6 people, please contact us for pricing. We are offering the course with a blended learning option. This allows you to complete part of the course in your own time via our online learning system.

A shorter, 1 day, Emergency First Aid at Work course (EFAW) is available also. This full, 3 day, course covers all the topics covered on the 1 day course, and additional content on how to deal with the treatment for various injuries and medical conditions. To be re-directed to this course, please click here.

If you are unsure which course is most suitable, or required for regulation compliance, please contact us for advice. One of our Health & Safety Experts will be able to ensure you make the correct decision – 01352 781965. The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) also offers information which can help you make an informed decision.

First Aid at Work Course – Information

 

This is the full, industry standard, First Aid at Work Course. It’s a three day course currently delivered as a blended learning option with the equivalent to 1 day being spent by the participant completing an online module and 2 days spent by the participant attending a face-to-face course.

This is the First Aid at Work course you will need to book if your workplace, environment, event, etc. is classified as high risk, for example; hot work, manufacturing, construction sites, or sites with mobile plants. Schools, hotels and care homes can also fall into the high risk category depending on the of attendees / employees / residents it has. You may also need this course if your organisation has identified that there is a requirement for additional first aid training, for example having employees with a disability or a medical condition.

It will give your designated first aiders the required skills to deal with specific illnesses and injuries in your workplace. These injuries and illnesses may have been highlighted in your first aid needs assessment. If you require assistance in completing a first aid needs assessment, contact one of our health & safety experts for advice – 01352 781965.

First Aid Skills

 

On completion of this First Aid at Work course, delegates will be able to provide a confident first aid response in the below emergency situations.

Where the Casualty is / has:

  • Unresponsive and breathing and unresponsive and not breathing
  • Bleeding
  • Choking
  • Suffering from shock
  • Burns
  • Minor Injuries (including small cuts, grazes and bruises, small splinters)
  • Chest Injuries
  • Eye Injuries
  • Poisoning
  • An injury to a bone, muscle or joint
  • Head and Spinal Injuries.

Delegates will also be able to manage casualties who may be having a heart, angina or asthma attack, a stroke, seizure, severe allergic reaction or a diabetic incident.

They will also be able to asses and monitor the casualty, know where to get help from and be confident in accident reporting and recording including RIDDOR.

First Aid At Work Course Timetable & Preparation

This First Aid at Work course is usually available 3 times a month, with the 2 face-to-face course days typically from 08:30 or 09:00 start until 15:30 or 16:00 daily respectively. The equivalent to 1 day spent completing the online module will be done in the participant’s own time. We operate from venues around North Wales and the North West. If you wish us to conduct the course on your own premises, flexibility can be offered around the clock on a 24/7 basis.

Not all of the venues we use provide food, so we recommend you bring your own lunch unless advised otherwise. We will send joining information when you book the course, and information on local amenities.

All we ask is that you arrive ready to learn. Ideally, also present to us before the course your companies first aid assessment, if applicable.

Course Delivery

The 2 days of face-to-face learning of the First Aid at Work course is delivered in a classroom setting. It is a hands on / practical course so you must be physically able to participate. You will learn the skills and gain the confidence over the 3 days (1 day online and 2 days face-to-face) to be able to deal with a wide range of situations.

To ensure you get the most effective learning experience, learners must be physically able to participate and we limit group size to 12 people.

Your Due Diligence

For your piece of mind, this course meets the requirements specified by the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. All our trainers hold current and relevant training qualifications. Our courses meet the HSE criteria of what is expected of a first aid training company.

The trainers at the Hive Collaborative are all clinically qualified and experienced in urgent medical care; e.g. medical doctors, paramedics and A&E nurses. This is not a HSE stipulation for first aiders, but we believe you will get benefit their skills and experience.

First Aid At Work Course Assessment

Delegates must have completed their online learning and attend both face-to-face learning days to be eligible for assessment, which is done by continuous observation and questioning during the course, e.g. activities, quizzes and roleplay. On successful completion delegates will receive a First Aid at Work course certificate which is valid for 3 years.

HSE First Aid at Work Regulations