Emergency First Aid At Work

Course Overview

Emergency First Aid at Work: For people 18 years and over, this course is for members of the public who would like to learn a range of basic first aid skills with some clinical background.

Course content includes:

The roles and responsibilities of an emergency first aider:

  • Assessing an incident
  • Managing an unresponsive casualty
  • CPR
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking
  • Seizures
  • Shock
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Minor injuries
  • Cuts, grazes and bruises
  • Minor burns and scalds

No previous knowledge of first aid required. Participants are encouraged to discuss any particular learning needs beforehand.

For complementary therapists, first aid is often a requirement of membership to your chosen professional body.

Emergency First Aid at work.

Emergency First Aid At Work:


Next Course: TBC. Please register your interest

10am – 4pm at the ENHC

Additional Course Information: EFAW Info March 2019

Fee: £85

Maximum 12 students, this course is usually fully booked, please enrol ASAP.


Emergency First Aid At Work:

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all employers to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. This includes carrying out a risk assessment, appointing a suitable amount of first aiders and providing appropriate first aid training. However, having the correct first aid provision in the workplace is not just a legal requirement, it is incredibly important for the safety of all members of staff! The QA Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF) qualification is designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider in their workplace. Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations. What’s more, as a regulated qualification, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training, without having to undertake any lengthy due diligence checks introduced in the recent HSE changes.