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 FAIB Approved emergency paediatric first aid course is suitable for nannies, childminders, au pairs or for those working with children and infants in Scotland in nurseries, schools and pre-school environments.
These 16-hour first aid courses are a pre-requisite for SFA and SYFA Club Licensing.
First aid courses in Motherwell are accredited by the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB), which ensures that all training complies with the highest standards set by the UK Health and Safety regulations. These courses aim to provide individuals with vital knowledge and practical skills to effectively respond in an emergency situation.
Courses encompass a wide range of skill levels, from introductory courses for those with no previous first aid experience, to advanced courses for those wanting to extend their skills and knowledge further. There are also specialised courses catering to specific contexts and age groups, such as pediatric first aid and workplace first aid.
Training typically includes a mix of theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on experience, ensuring that participants not only understand the principles of first aid but are also capable of applying these skills in real-life scenarios. By the end of their course, participants should feel confident in their ability to provide first aid when it matters most.