Emergency First Aid at Work Training for Employers Throughout The UK

By putting your staff through our emergency first aid at work training course, you can rest assured that they are prepared if disaster strikes. Based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, we deliver this one-day course as a replacement for the old appointed person course. It is suitable for employers who have identified a requirement for emergency first aiders in their workplace after completing a first aid needs assessment.

The focus of the course is preventing situations from becoming worse and learning the vital life-saving skills that a trained emergency first aider can use until help arrives. Our instructors deliver dynamic courses that relate the subjects being taught to real-life situations. This approach makes our training more applicable to your first aiders. Due to the widespread availability of this course, it has also become a popular option for anyone requiring basic first aid training for a variety of situations outside the workplace.

Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) Training Course

This QCF training course is designed for people who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary or community activities, to provide first aid when dealing with an emergency situation. It provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to deal with a range of emergency situations and to demonstrate the practical administration of safe, prompt first aid in emergency situations.

Course Content

• Understand the Role and Responsibilities of a First Aider
• Be Able to Assess an Incident
• Be Able to Manage an Unresponsive Casualty Who Is Breathing Normally, Including Recovery Position and Seizures
• Be Able to Manage an Unresponsive Casualty Who Is Not Breathing Normally (CPR)
• Recognise and Assist a Casualty Who Is Choking
• Manage a Casualty Who Is Wounded and Bleeding
• Manage a Casualty Who Is in Shock
• Understand How to Manage a Casualty with a Minor Injury

How the Course is Assessed

Each learner must attend the whole course. They will be assessed practically throughout the course and must demonstrate CPR, care of the unconscious casualty, and management of wounds and bleeding. Each learner will also take a theoretical multiple-choice paper. Registered candidates must sign in upon arrival and sign out following completion of the course. Identification must be brought to the course, such as a driver’s licence (plastic card), passport, or ID card.

Combined First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid Course

The combined first aid at work and paediatric first aid course is ideal for those who work in settings that require both first aiders and paediatric first aiders, such as schools, sports clubs, and other childcare settings. The course combines the QA level 3 award in First Aid at Work (RQF) and the QA level 3 award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) into three extended days of classroom learning. It is a specially designed, Ofqual-regulated course that enables candidates to gain the skills and knowledge needed to provide both adult and paediatric first aid, while minimising the number of training days required to achieve both qualifications. Candidates will cover a range of topics needed to provide effective first aid for adults, children, and infants, including CPR and defibrillation, choking, strokes, head injuries, and asthma. Upon completion of the course, delegates will receive a certificate that is valid for three years.

Course Content

Course Content

  • Roles and Responsibilities of Both First Aiders and Paediatric First Aiders

  • Assessing an Incident

  • Casualty Assessment

  • Managing an Unresponsive Casualty

  • The Recovery Position

  • CPR and Defibrillation

  • Heart Attacks and Angina

  • Strokes

  • Choking

  • Epilepsy

  • Asthma

  • Meningitis

  • Diabetes

  • Anaphylaxis

  • Shock

  • Seizures

  • Febrile Convulsions

  • Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries

  • Wounds, Bleeding, and Hypovolaemic Shock

  • Chest Injuries

  • Fractures

  • Dislocations, Sprains, and Strains

  • Burns and Scalds

  • Hypoxia

  • Hyperventilation

  • Minor Injuries

  • Eye, Nose, and Ear Injuries

  • Poisoning

  • Electric Shock

  • Incident Reporting

Contact us now, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, to discover more about the emergency first aid at work training course.