First aid training delivered on-site at your own workplace or venue, nationwide, for a fixed daily rate of £495.
Suitable for low-risk workplaces such as offices, shops, and libraries. Also suitable for entry requirements for SIA. Includes CPR & defibrillator training. Students will be issued an FAIB accredited first aid certificate valid for 3 years.
Our blended first aid at work course is completed over 3 days with 1 day e-learning and 2 days in the classroom. Suitable for high-risk workplaces. Includes CPR & defibrillator training. Students will be issued an FAIB accredited first aid certificate valid for 3 years.
Suitable for learners renewing their First Aid at Work Qualification. Includes CPR & defibrillator training. Students will be issued an FAIB accredited first aid certificate valid for 3 years.
This blended learning course is accredited by Qualsafe and has been designed with EYFS compliance in mind and meets the requirements of OFSTED & CSSIW. This paediatric training is aimed at enabling EPA (End Point Assessment) for Early Years Educators and EYFS criteria. Suitable for those working in a Nursery in England or Wales.
This Basic Life Support training will provide learners with the skills and knowledge needed to act in an emergency, providing crucial life-saving aid to the casualty until help comes. Course includes CPR training & defibrillator training.
7 Peacock Ln, Leicester LE1 5PZ
All of our first aid courses are validated by nationally recognised accreditation bodies, assuring that our trainers provide the best level of education and that our clients are certain that their first aiders have received training to a standard acknowledged and authorised by the Health and Safety Executive.
We deliver a variety of workplace first aid courses such as; (1 Day) emergency first aid at work, (3 Day) first aid at work, (2 Day) first aid at work refresher, paediatric first aid and on-site first aid courses for groups of up to 12 learners.
For group bookings of six or more, please get in touch with our office and we can tailor courses to fit your needs and budget.
The HSE is unable to advise you on what First Aid Training requirements you should have. As an employer, you are in the best position to understand your business’s specifics and determine what you require.
First aid services must be “sufficient and appropriate in the circumstances,” according to Law. It implies that you must keep adequate first-aid supplies (first-aid kit), facilities, and personnel available at all times.
In order to determine what kind of educational service you require, complete a first aid needs assessment. The circumstances of your business, workers, and hazards and risks that may be encountered should all be considered during this evaluation. You’ll learn precisely what first-aid measures you’ll need to implement as a result of the findings.
Emergency First Aid at Work – Low hazard workplaces
Examples of low hazard workplaces include offices, shops, and libraries.
First Aid at Work – Higher hazard workplaces
Examples of higher hazard workplaces include engineering facilities, chemical manufacturing, food processing and warehousing.
Students will learn about a variety of emergency care techniques that can help save lives and lessen the severity of injuries in a variety of scenarios during a first aid training programme. The training will go over the following topics in depth:
Emergency care: Students will learn how to assess a situation and determine the best course of action to provide immediate care in the event of an emergency.
Students will learn how to approach and assist someone who is injured or in distress. They will also learn how to provide basic first aid until professional help arrives.
Minor injury treatment: Students will learn how to treat cuts, bruises, burns, and other common injuries. They will learn how to clean and dress wounds properly, as well as how to use antiseptics and cold or heat compresses to reduce pain and swelling and how to use a bandage.
Symptoms of a stroke or heart attack: Students will learn how to recognise the signs and symptoms of a stroke or heart attack and what actions to take in response.
CPR and AED use: Students will learn how to perform CPR and use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to resuscitate someone who has gone into cardiac arrest.
Students will learn how to recognise the symptoms of a heat stroke and how to provide care and treatment.
Students will learn how to identify themselves as first aid providers and communicate their role to others.
Students will have a comprehensive understanding of emergency care and life-saving skills by the end of the first aid training programme. They will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to respond to a variety of emergency situations and provide the best possible care to those in need.
In addition to our in-person training courses, we also offer online resources such as links to educational videos, community forums, and details on the latest regulations and best practices in first aid. Our website is designed to be user-friendly and accessible, providing everyone with easy access to the information they need.
Our team of experienced tutors has a deep understanding of the needs of different communities, schools, and organizations. We can deliver our courses on-site or in a location convenient for delegates, and our flexible approach allows us to adapt our content to the specific needs of each group.
Take London Rd to Bardon Rd/A511 - 3 min (0.9 mi).
Follow A511 to Groby Rd/A50 in Leicester - 16 min (9.3 mi).
Follow A50 to Vaughan Wy/A594 - 6 min (2.1 mi).
Head north-west on Hollycroft towards Stanley Rd.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Stoke Rd.
At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Normandy Way/A47.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Leicester Rd/A47.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A47.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A47.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Hinckley Rd/A47.
Continue straight to stay on Hinckley Rd/A47.
Take A607 to Wilton Rd/A606 - 2 min (0.2 mi).
Follow A607, A46 and Loughborough Rd to Abbey Ln/A6 in Leicester - 25 min (14.4 mi).
Continue on A6. Drive to Vaughan Wy/A594 - 8 min (2.3 mi).
Head north-east on Baxter Gate towards Old Hospital Ct - 1 min (0.1 mi).
Continue to Leicester - 16 min (9.2 mi).
Continue on A6. Drive to Vaughan Wy/A594 - 8 min (2.3 mi).