Our 3 Step Process

1. Discover our range of First Aid courses on this page. Rest assured, there’s no need to look any further.

2. Select the First Aid course which meets your requirements. Please call us if you are unsure of which one is right for you. For due diligence, you can also check the Health & Safety Executive site, First aid – First aid at work (hse.gov.uk).

3. Book online, or over the phone today. On Account / Invoice bookings are also available, call us for further details.

Our First Aid Courses

We offer the full range of industry standard first aid training courses:

First Aid at Work.  This is the most advanced and comprehensive First Aid at Work training course available. It provides delegates with a toolbox of practical skills needed by first aiders, who may be required to deal with emergency situations. Delegates will complete the course and gain the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies. It meets the standards required to help comply with Health and Safety (First aid) regulations. The course is completed over a maximum of 3 days. A blended learning option is available for your convenience.

Emergency First Aid. If your organisation or workplace risk assessment identifies that your staff require first aid training then this course will help you meet your regulatory requirements. Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work. This Emergency First Aid at Work course covers the EFAW syllabus and also equips the first-aider with the required skills and ability to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illness. If you are ensure if you need this 1 day course, or the full, 3 day course, please contact us for advice.

Paediatric First Aid. This course is for delegates, (16 years +), who need to be qualified in first aid as they care for children and babies, e.g. in a creche, nursery or pre-school; nursery nurses, as au pairs, nannies, childminders. It’s also suitable for those those working in the sports and leisure industry which youngster attend, e.g. play centres and groups.

Keeping Proficient and Qualified

  • First Aid at Work Requalification. The First Aid at Work Requalification training course updates the first aid skills of those delegates who need to renew their First Aid at Work certificate. We, and the HSE recommends delegates complete this course 1 month prior to their certification expiry. We also recommend a refresher course annually to keep your nominated First Aiders competent in their duties.
  • Blended online, First Aid Courses. These courses offer the convenience of part of your learning to be completed online.

Our First Aid Trainers

All of our First Aid trainers are clinically qualified with acute emergency medical backgrounds. This level of experience is not a requirement for a First Aid trainer but we have sought the most highly knowledgeable and competent healthcare professionals to provide the best quality of training possible. They all hold current and relevant qualifications in teaching and training.

Our current team include:

  • Medically qualified doctors.
  • Advanced & Flight Paramedic Practitioners, Paramedics & Technicians
  • Emergency Nurses with A&E experience

Looking for First Aid Courses? Great, you’re in the right place. Follow our 3 step booking process to secure your First Aid course today.

First Aid Courses – Locations

Option 1

Generally, we conduct our Open First Aid courses at suitable venues within a 30 miles radius from our base in Mold, North Wales. These courses are bookable for individuals or companies. You will undertake your course with other delegates, up to maximum of 12.

Option 2

Alternatively, we can come to your premises, which is ideal if you have between 6-12 course delegates. We can offer training to more than 12 if required, by sending more than 1 first aid trainer. As these courses are taught at your premises, they generally cost less than the open courses.

We are happy to conduct our courses nationally on request. Please contact us for pricing.

Your Responsibilities as an employer

Low Risk Environments

A low-risk workplace, such as a small office should have a first-aid box and appointed persons responsible for first aid. Please ensure there is adequate first aid cover if your appointed person is off site, ill or on annual leave. Everyone involved, employees, managers and appointed persons should be aware of the arrangements for first aid. They must also be confident that they have the required skills to complete their duties in a medical emergency. As an employer you must provide information about first-aid arrangements to your employees.

We Recommend – As a minimum, we recommend your appointed persons completes our 1 day, Emergency at Work First Aid Course and the annual refresher.

High Risk Workplaces

Those workplaces where there are more significant health and safety risks will most likely need at least one fully trained first aider and adequate cover if your first aider is off site, ill or on annual leave.

We Recommend – As a minimum, we recommend you train your first aiders with the full, 3 day, First Aid at Work course.

First Aid Needs Assessment

A first aid needs assessment will assist you in deciding what first aid arrangements are appropriate for your workplace, business activity, event, etc. If you need advice regarding this assessment, one of our qualified, Health & Safety Consultants will be happy to help.

First Aid Courses FAQ’s

What is First Aid?

First aid is the immediate care given to a person suffering from either a minor or serious injury or illness. The care provided by a first aider may be required to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery. It includes initial intervention in a serious condition prior to professional medical help being available, such as performing CPR while waiting for an ambulance. In minor cases it may simply involve applying a bandage.

Can you do a first aid course online?

As all industry standard first aid courses has to involve skills based teaching and assessments, fully online courses are not suitable if this is the standard you wish to meet. However, blended courses are an option and are invaluable. This is where you can complete part of the theory based course content online, leaving less time on a face-to-face course, which in these uncertain Covid times, is a great method of training your staff in the safest way possible. However, please note that not all courses are available as blended learning. If unsure, please give us a call on 01352 781965.

How long does it take to do a First Aid course?

First Aid courses take between 1 and 3 days to complete. Emergency First Aid at Work is a one day course. The full, First Aid at Work course is 3 days. The latter can be reduced to 2 face to face days when blended learning is used.

Recent review – October 2021 – Old No.7 Bar Wrexham “Great training thank you, the No7 team definitely feel more confident with our first aid skills after such a good course. Thanks for helping us keep our venue safe. Highly recommended!”