First Aid at Work Training Deeside

First Aid Courses in Deeside, North Wales

Price check, 15th Jan 2024 – our range of 4, first aid courses are on average 48% cheaper than our leading competitor. Our courses are held either at our purpose made First Aid Training Centre in Deeside, or subject to minimum numbers and space, we can run the first aid course on site at your organisation. Our first aid centre in Deeside is within easy reach of the North Wales coast line, Chester, Wrexham and the Wirral. We have free parking and offer complementary refreshments. Corporate customer? – Credit accounts / invoice payments are available – email

Do you know which first aid course you need to book?

If you know which first course you need to book, that’s great. Please select it from the First Aid menu above, or from the quick link list below:

  1. First Aid at Work (FAW) – £235+VAT;
  2. Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) – £99+VAT;
  3. FAW Requalification course – £150+VAT;
  4. Annual First Aid at Work Refresher Course – £60+VAT;
  5. CPR & AED (Defibrillator) course – £60+VAT
  6. *Full or Emergency Paediatric First Aid;
  7. *CPR & Defibrillator training;
    1. *Group bookings available. Please contact us to schedule your course.

If  you’re unsure which First Aid course you need to book:

It’s quite common for people to be unsure of which course they need. We can help you find out by asking you a number of questions about your business, activities, the number of and about those involved. Call us on 01352 781965.

A rough guide is displayed below:

  1. First Aid at Work (FAW)High risk environments; forestry, manufacturing, mining, etc.
  2. Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)Low risk environments, small offices and shops.
  3. FAW Requalification course – The course to extend the validity of your FAW qualification.
  4. Annual First Aid at Work Refresher Course – The course to keep your skills fresh and up to date.
  5. CPR & AED (Defibrillator) course – The Essential Life Saving skills which everyone should know!

Please be aware: Exclusively online first aid courses do not qualify candidates as First Aiders. Why is this the case? The HSE strongly recommends that the practical elements of a first aid course should be assessed by direct observation with a mandatory minimum number of face to face learning.

Tip: When booking your first aid training, check with the provider that the course is “Regulated”, e.g., approved by a authorising body such as Qualsafe Awards. We’re accredited with Qualsafe Awards.