This course is designed to give a good basic knowledge of first aid. It qualifies an individual to the new regulated/accredited Level 2 Qualification and is recommended in a low risk environment.

Delegates will take three assessments and a 20 question multiple choice exam paper. This will enable you to be awarded a 3 year certification.

Course Title Per Person Per Group Download Brochure
1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) £65 £550
Max 12 / Min Flexible

Where an employer’s assessment of First Aid needs identifies that a First Aider is not
necessary, the minimum requirement for an employer is to appoint a person to take charge of
the First Aid arrangements. This includes looking after the equipment and facilities and calling
the Emergency Services when required. Arrangements should be made for an Appointed
Person to be available to undertake these duties at all times when people are at work.

In the absence of the First Aider, employers must appoint a person for this purpose.
It should be remembered that Appointed Persons are not First Aiders and should not attempt to
give First Aid for which they have not been trained.

This course is ideal for individuals who wish to gain knowledge of emergency procedures and
attain a recognised qualification in First Aid.

A 6-hour course consisting of theory and practical work with assessments and a final multiple choice question paper.

A range of subjects is covered including:-
Responsibilities and reporting Assessment of the situation
Dealing with an unconscious casualty Resuscitation

Heart Attacks Choking Control of bleeding

Fractures Burns Shock

In addition to the core subjects as listed above, an additional 1 hour is available to cover specific
areas that are appropriate to your organisation.

This qualification is valid for 3 years.

A maximum of 12 students can be accommodated on this course and must be aged a minimum
of 16 years or above.

We are also able to deliver this course on your site, subject to a pre-course assessment of your
premises, reducing your costs in respect of additional time out and travelling.