- Assess and prioritise a first aid incident
- Deal with an unconscious casualty
- Carry out resuscitation (CPR)
- Control bleeding and manage shock
- Deal with minor injuries
- Deal with burns
- Understand responsibilities and reporting
- Use and maintain first aid kits
- Deal with a suspected spinal injury
- Understand the protocol when it comes to head injuries and return to play after concussion
Learners must be a minimum of least 14 years of age and be able to communicate effectively in English. This workshop involves undertaking practical activity involving kneeling and lying down.
Assessment and re-qualification requirements
Practical assessment is ongoing throughout the course and certification will be issued to those who satisfy the criteria.
Format / duration
The course is usually delivered over 1 day (6 hours which includes a lunch break).
The Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) may be used towards other qualifications at the same and higher level, plus aid career progression in a relevant profession.
This process is available to determine demand. Further workshops will be organised if demand exists so we would strongly recommend that you register your interest.
The registration of interest process is free. Your payment details are not required. You will be asked to complete your 'booking' details but this will simply be to register your interest and not book onto a course.
Would you like further information?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The course can also be delivered to specific groups or organisations.
We are now able to run Emergency First Aid courses in line with Government guidelines for Covid-19. To book a course, please check our available dates below or register your interest (free of charge) to be notified of any new dates.