First Aid at Work (RQF) In‑House Course
Why train with us?
- Convenient on site training, at your premises
- Accredited by leading Awarding Bodies
- Outstanding Learner Support
- Nationwide Trainer Network
Who Should Attend
Anyone who needs to or would like to be an accredited first aider in the workplace.
Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.
Learning Outcomes & Assessment Criteria
Day 1: Emergency First Aid at Work
- Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider
- Be able to assess an incident
- Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally
- Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally
- Be able to recognise and assist a casualty who is choking
- Be able to manage a casualty with external bleeding
- External bleeding, infection control and dressing application
- Be able to manage a casualty who is in shock
- Be able to manage a casualty with a minor injury
- Be able to conduct a secondary survey
- Be able to administer first aid to a casualty with injuries to bones, muscles and joints
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with suspected head and spinal injuries
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with suspected chest injuries
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with burns and scalds
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with an eye injury
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with sudden poisoning
- Be able to administer First Aid to a casualty with anaphylaxis
- Be able to provide First Aid to a casualty with suspected major illness
Frequently Asked Questions
The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, as amended in 2002 (‘the Regulations’) apply to a wide range of manual handling activities, including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling or carrying. The load may be either animate, such as a person or an animal, or inanimate, such as a box or a trolley. The HSE state that adequate training must be given to make employees aware of the risks and correct procedures when faced with moving objects in the workplace.
As the Employer you must carry out risk assessments and regularly review the risks that employees face involving manual handling. This will identify what you need to do to prevent injury and keep people safe. You must train employees in the awareness of Manual Handling who are subject to these tasks.
To get more details on our fire courses, please call us FREE on 0800 014 9620.
There are no minimum requirements and you can train as many delegates as you like with our online learning courses. For effective In-house training we recommend one trainer to 12 delegates. If you need say 30 people training all at once at your premises on a particular day we would simply supply two or more trainers.
Absolutely yes, you can choose to take your training at a time and location of your choice and there is no additional cost as we work around your business needs. This applies to both In-house training and E-learning.
Courses differ in length. When you browse each course the duration is shown in the course details. Online learning is typically the quickest method of training.
Online courses have multiple choice questions throughout the courses. In-house training courses typically have a multiple choice exam at the end of the course depending on the qualification type.
If you require practical hoist training when moving people, we must train on your supplied hoist. Should you need assistance sourcing a hoist please contact our manual handling specialists FREE on 0800 014 9620. Unfortunately, we do not supply hoists with our training courses.
To ensure that knowledge is kept up-to-date with legislation and best practices, and to reduce skills fade, it is recommended that the knowledge is refreshed annually.
Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the delegates’ training administrator or learning & compliance manager to decide when the training needs to be refreshed.
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