Our Blended First Aid At Work Course consists of 6 hours of E-Learning on our online training portal, followed by 2 days of practical training at our facility.
Our Interactive E-Learning is simple and easy to use, but it must be completed prior to the two-day practical sessions at our facility.
We will send you login information for your online learning within 24 hours of booking your training.
This online course is accessible from any computer or mobile device. Students can study at their own pace and log in and out as frequently as they like.
The blended first aid at work course is ideal for those aged 16 or over who may need to give first aid in the event of a wide range of incidents, injuries, and diseases that they could encounter at work.
The course covers a variety of topics that will help participants be prepared to deal with first aid situations, including emergency procedures, treatment for a variety of injuries and illnesses, and more. This programme is perfect for businesses that need more first-aid training as a result of their needs assessment, such as those with disabilities or ill health.
After completing this course, participants will have the skills and knowledge necessary to provide effective first aid in a range of situations.
- Adult resuscitation (CPR)
- Allergic reaction
- Bone, muscle and joint injuries
- Burns and scalds
- Chest pains
- Choking adult
- Communication and casualty care
- Eye injuries
- Head injuries
- Defibrillator prompts and how to respond (theory based)
- Defibrillator pad placement (theory based)
- Low blood sugar
- Managing an emergency
- Minor and severe bleeding
- Poisons and what to do if someone has been poisoned
- Role of the first aider (including knowledge of health and safety regulations)
- Spinal injuries
- Unresponsive adult
A First Aid at Work (FAW) course is a training program that teaches individuals how to provide first aid in a workplace setting. The course covers a range of topics including how to manage incidents, perform life-saving techniques, and administer first aid to a variety of injuries and illnesses. Participants who complete the course will typically receive a certificate, demonstrating their competence in providing first aid in the workplace.
A First Aid at Work (FAW) course covers a wide range of topics related to emergency care and health and safety in the workplace. Participants learn how to provide first aid in response to accidents and injuries, as well as illnesses. The course teaches life-saving techniques, such as how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use a defibrillator. Participants also learn how to provide support and help to a person in need of medical attention, including how to properly dress wounds and administer dressings and bandages. They are trained in the use of first aid kits and become qualified to provide first aid in the workplace. The course is available in many cities, including Birmingham, and is designed to help participants save lives and support the health and safety of their workplace.