Course Packages

1-Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course (EFAW) - Featured Image

Suitable for low-risk workplaces such as offices, shops, and libraries. Also suitable for entry requirements for SIA.

Beginner
1 Day
3-Day First Aid at Work Course - Featured Image

Suitable for high-risk workplaces such as; engineering facilities, chemical manufacturing, food processing and warehousing.

Beginner
3 Day
First Aid at Work Requalification - Featured Image

Suitable for learners renewing their First Aid at Work Qualification.

Intermediate
2 Day
On-site First Aid Training Nationwide - Featured Image

Training delivered on-site at your work premise, nationwide, for a fixed daily rate of £495.

Beginner
Varies

Dudley First Aid Courses Overview

As a UK leading provider of first aid courses, every year, we deliver first aid training to thousands of learners.

Our first aid courses in Dudley are FAIB-accredited and intended to make it simple for your business’s first responders to get certified. Whether your employees need the basic EFAW or more advanced FAW certification, Skills Training Group is equipped to meet your demands.

We also make it even less difficult by coming to you: the 1-day emergency training and the 3-day first-aid course may be completed at your Dudley company location or one of our UK locations.

We put a lot of effort into quality control and course creation to ensure that our students get the best possible level of integrated training, which incorporates all learning styles.

Our aim has always been to focus on our learners’ training experience, and we make every effort to ensure that each student leaves our course with confidence.

All of our first aid courses are deemed as essential training and we make certain they’re delivered in a COVID-secured manner.

choking scenario on our first aid course

Which first aid course do I need?

The type of training you will get will be determined by your job:

Low hazard workplaces

Workplaces, stores, and libraries are examples of low-risk places to work.

Higher hazard workplaces

Engineering workplaces, chemical production facilities, food processing and storage units, and other industries that involve a higher risk of accident are all examples of high-hazard sectors.