What is the difference between Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) and First Aid at Work (FAW)?

Our Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work is a 1 day classroom-based training, which takes you through a basic understanding and ability to deal with common emergencies in first aid such as minor injuries and cardiac arrest. EFAW is suited for small businesses classes as low risk with a low number of employees and/or customers.

Our Level 3 First Aid at Work is more in-depth and teaches you how to treat a wider range of illnesses and injuries, including a variety of medical conditions, such as how to deal with someone who is having a heart attack or seizure.
This is a 3-day classroom based training and designed for businesses who may be larger and/ or have higher risks. We also include FREE is our catastrophic haemorrhage control (Severe Bleeding) within this Level 3 First Aid at Work course, to equip you with the extra skills you may need in an emergency situation.
There are two options to this course: you can sit the three-day classroom training or take advantage of the blended version where you complete a pre-learning session in your own time and before attending a two-day classroom based training.

How do I know which course best suits my business needs?

If you are running a business, it can be particularly difficult to know what your legal requirements may be. First Aid is essential for every business no matter what size or industry. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us in the Contact section and we’ll be more than happy to guide you on what course is best for you and your business needs.

Are the topics the same for both the Blended Online Paediatric First Aid and the Paediatric First Aid course?

Yes, the content is the same for both courses.

How do I access to the online section of the course?

Once you have booked the course you will receive joining instructions which contain the URL link to the online training; using this link you be able to register onto the platform and gain access to the modules.

When should I complete the online section of the course?

The online section of the course must be completed within six weeks before attending the face-to-face training. This course is designed for people who want to receive our most thorough first aid training. It is most suited to those working in high-risk environments, such as building sites or warehouses.

How long does my certification valid for and when should I do renew it?

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a certificate which is valid for 3 years (Level 3 First Aid at Work & Level 3 Paediatric First Aid). As part of the course fee, we will add you to our database to ensure you are contacted well in advance of your expiration to keep you current and in date.

Are you able to come to our place of business?

Absolutely! If you have a group of staff that need to be trained, then we can come to you. This allows us to support you by helping you manage minimal disruptions to operational tempo and extended travel times that can occur by travelling to our venue. Just make sure the kettle is on!

Will the CPD training you offer count towards my annual training hours?

All of our Continuing Professional Development courses are ran by frontline medical professionals, for frontline medical professionals and all counting towards your annual required training hours. Each course will differ in CPD credits; so don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more info on the course you wish to enquire about!

If we have a large group that would require training, could you offer a package deal?

Our team are available to support you on what you and your team need, and can help offer a package that best suits your needs and your budget. Feel free to reach out to us via the Contact section.

Do you have a Corporate Social Responsibility Programme?

Yes we do! To read our CSR programme, please download a copy here