Emergency First Aid
The Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 legislation requires employers to ensure appropriate personnel are in place to provide first aid to employees. The Emergency First Aid at Work course is a one-day course designed for employees who want to become an accredited first aider, who would like to learn the basics of first aid and who may need to use these skills in an emergency either work-related or not.
“Great balance between enjoying the course and communicating what was important. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole day, especially lunch! Great value.”
Emergency First Aid at Work Course Content
- The Role of the First Aider
- Communication with Casualty
- Contents of First Aid Kits
- Recording Incidents and Accidents
- Assessing the Situation
- Administering First Aid to the Unconscious
- CPR for Adults, Children and Babies
- Dealing with Choking, Wounds, Bleeding, Shock and Minor Conditions
No prior first aid training is required; however, candidates must be over 16 years old to receive a certificate.
- Approved Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate
- Personalised First Aid Card
This short course is delivered at Cambridge Regional College. However, we can arrange for the course to be delivered at your place of work to a group of delegates: e.g. cost for 12 delegates delivered within Cambridgeshire area is £680.
6 Oct 2016 (Fully Booked)
17 Nov 2016 (Fully Booked)
8 Feb 2017 (Fully Booked)
29 Mar 2017 (Fully Booked)
18 May 2017 (Fully Booked)
12 July 2017 (Fully Booked)
14 August (Fully Booked)
We are not currently running open courses. However, group bookings can be made by contacting us on: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01223 418778.
£85 per delegate (reduced from £140); £680 for up to 12 delegates within Cambridgeshire; POA for a group of delegates outside of Cambridgeshire.