Emergency First aid at work

First aid at work is a requirement. Depending on the risk that is associated with the workplace and the risk factors associated with type of environment, different training may be required.

HSE guidance requires elected members of staff to have at least an Emergency First aid at work qualification. Due diligence checks are often required to satisfy the quality of this trainer however with organiastions delivering regulated awards by organisation such as ITC First this due diligence is not required. This saves time and hassle as Quality Assurance of the training is done through the awarding organisation protocols.

The Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work is a one day course suitable for most employees working in UK environments with more than 5 staff members. It meets the minimum standard required.

We cover elements such as identifying life signs, incident management, CPR and AED (defibrillator) use, chocking, bleeding, shock and minor injuries.

Candidates who complete this course will receive the ITC Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work certificate with is valid for 3 years.

This qualification is part of the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) under the qualification number 600/7701/3.

The qualification is supported by the sector skills council; Skills for Health and is externally regulated by Ofqual and Qualifications Wales.

If you need a course delivered to groups of 4 or more in your own working environment, we can provide you a personalised quote for in-house training. Contact us for more details.