- Approved Training Provider
- Full Tutor Support Throughout the course
- Convenient and Flexible
- Well experienced Trainers
- Competitive course fees
- Recommended by former students
Emergency First Aid at Work is designed and ideally suited for low-risk workplaces where it is identified that the staff should have appropriate first aid skills and knowledge. EFAW empowers a first aider to provide emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes unwell/ill whilst at work. Emergency First Aid at Work can also be used for staff required to be emergency first aiders or to assist a designated first aider trained through the First Aid at Work course.
Emergency First Aid at Work course will enable you to meet your regulatory obligations if your risk assessment identifies that first aid training just covering emergency protocols are sufficient for your workplace. The course is delivered under the guidance of our specialist First Aid at Work trainers. Our approved trainers use the modern training techniques to maximise learner’s ability to remember and improve confidence.
We also deliver Emergency First Aid at Work training for schools, colleges and for other business which have group bookings and would like to provide training at their workplace.
For schools and colleges this course can be combined with Anaphylaxis and Asthma to give students first-hand knowledge and information and enable them how to deal with them in an emergency.
The aim of this course is to offer participants with adequate knowledge and confidence to cope with an accident until a trained first aider or the emergency services take control of the situation.
On completion of the Emergency First Aid at Work training the learners will be able to understand:
• Principles of First Aid.
• The actions to be taken in the event of an emergency.
• The correct procedure of basic life support
The Emergency First Aid training course will cover following topics:
• Aims and principles of first aid
• Roles & Responsibilities of the First Aider
• Assessing an emergency situation & prioritising Actions
• Unresponsive Casualty (Not Breathing)
• Unresponsive Casualty (Breathing)
• Assessment and treatment of burns and scalds
• Resuscitation (Adult CPR)
• Choking adult
• Dealing with seizures
• Infection Prevention
• Minor Injuries
Assessment and Certification
Assessment will be carried out through observation including written exercises. After successful completion of the course a certificate will be awarded, and it is valid for three years.
Who Should Attend or this course most suitable for?
Any member of an organisation who is likely to find themselves taking charge of first aid during a first aid emergency.