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Our ISO9001 registration, robust Quality Assurance procedure, large team of expert outdoor first aid trainers based across the country, and many years of experience across multiple sectors, make us the best choice for your first aid training requirements.Emergency First Aid at Work is a QA Level 3 Award (RQF) designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider in their workplace and is ideal for nominated first aid staff over the age of 16 who woke in low risk environments.
Discuss with us what your specific requirements are at the time of booking.
*Please note that those working in ‘high hazard’ situations within the hospitality sector, should still complete a 3 day First Aid at Work course if your First Aid Risk Assessment suggests this would be appropriate.
The course teaches real lifesaving skills that can be used in and out of the workplace.
The training day focuses on a core set of emergency lifesaving skills that can be applied across any working environment.
Duration: 3 days Individuals can book on to our pre-scheduled courses The HSE require the employer to have suitably qualified first aiders available to their workforce at all times.
For example, there should be at least one fully trained First Aider for every 50 people in an office environment.
Such a person must have attended an HSE recognised First Aid at Work course and then continue to update their skills every three years.
This course covers the practical skills needed by a first aider in the modern workplace.
The 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course is the most basic accredited course we offer at 1st Option, ad is most suitable for people working in corporate, retail, education and low risk sports environments.
On the other hand, our 3 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course is the most thorough course we have on offer.