Emergency First Aid Training

Emergency First Aid Training

Our Emergency First Aid at Work is an in-house comprehensive training programme suitable for staff in any sector, providing essential knowledge to ensure a safe working environment. The training is also available as an open course option, although the in-house version is recommended so that the training can be tailored to suit the delegate’s workplace. The course is delivered in one day (6 hours) and delegates will be assessed throughout the whole day with a certificate awarded upon successful completion.

Areas Covered:

  • • Course introduction.
  • • Legal compliance.
  • • Managing incidents.
  • • Treating different injuries.
  • • Common workplace injuries.
  • • Prioritisation.


What do I gain with this qualification?
All of our courses ensure that you meet recommendations underlined by the HSE and also provide you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to use what you have learned in a real emergency situation.


How is the course delivered?
Our training is available in Lecture Theatre, Ealing Hospital. Our open courses are great for individual delegates or group of people that need training,


How do I know which course is best suited for me?
If you need more information, please call us on 03333 315 070 and one of our advisors would be happy to help!


When can I do the training?
You can complete your training at anytime! Just call us to arrange the next available dates

Our Accreditations



Refresher Courses

£75 Per Candidate (Discount available for group bookings)

Brief overview of the course Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
(1 Day Course)

This qualification introduces candidates to:

  • The roles and responsibilities of a first aider
  • The legal requirements for first aid provision
  • The importance of accurate incident reporting


Refresher Courses

£ 350 + extra cost of DBS check

Brief overview of the Level 3 Award in First Aid At Work
(3 Day Course)

This 3 day First Aid at Work course replaces the old 4 days First Aid at Work course. It is suitable for higher hazard workplaces such as construction sites and factories or workplaces with more than 50 employees.