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Course overview

The Level 3 FAW training syllabus covers some important general first aid topics, including:

  • What are the roles and responsibilities of the first aider?
  • How should incidents be recorded and reported using a Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) form?
  • What should a first aid kit contain?
  • In a first aid emergency, how should you assess the situation and respond?

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Modules breakdown

The course will also educate employees on how to handle a wide range of specific work-related situations, as well as teaching them cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for adults, children, and babies. Over the course of the three days, they will be taught how to deal with:

  • Minor cuts, grazes, splinters, and burns
  • Choking
  • Shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Fractures
  • Strokes
  • Anaphylactic shock
  • Heart attacks and angina
  • Asthma
  • Unconscious colleagues
  • Sudden poisoning
  • Eye injuries
  • Injuries to bones, muscles and joints including suspected spinal injuries
  • Chest injuries

Entry Requirements

There are no requirements for this first aid at work training course.

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Do my employees need this course?

Your employees need the full FAW qualification if the outcome of your first aid risk assessment determines that you require first aiders with more than emergency first aid skills. For less risky business environments, you may only need your first aiders to have received the EFAW qualification.

FAW exams and assessment

As well as being assessed by the trainer throughout the three-day first aid at work course, learners will take a final assessment. Successful candidates will receive an FAIB-accredited Level 3 FAW qualification.

Other relevant information

Learners must be physically able to carry out the procedures required to meet HSE assessment criteria.

This course complies with Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981 and updates learners of any change in practice and guidelines.

Very positive feedback from all staff who were on the training, great trainers and they made the topic interesting and easy to understand.