First Aid at Work Refresher Course

The First Aid at Work Refresher Course  is designed to update the skills of delegates wishing to renew their existing 3 day First Aid at Work Certificate.

This course is also referred to as a first aid at work requalification course.

From £120 + VAT

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    What You Will Learn

    The course will update and refresh your knowledge of the first aid at work syllabus including:
    • Priorities of first aid
    • Care of the unconscious casualty
    • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
    • Dealing with bleeding and shock
    • Deal with injuries to bones, muscles and joints
    • Deal with a casualty suffering burns and scalds
    • Manage eye injuries
    • Deal with casualties overcome by fumes or suffering from poisoning
    • Miscellaneous injuries
    • Record keeping and accident reporting
    • Use and maintain first aid kits
    • AED (Use of a AED, chain of survival, safety considerations)

    How Long Does The Course Take?

    This is a 2 day course

    Assessment & Certification

    Continuous and written assessment. On successful completion of the course you will receive your updated First Aid at Work Certificate valid for a further 3 years.

    Who Is This Course For?

    It is strongly recommended that first-aiders undertake an annual half day refresher course and also a full re-qualification course before the 3 year expiry.


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