First Aid at Work Requalification

30th January 2012

Course Overview The First Aid at Work Requalification course complies with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and has been approved by the Health And Safety Executive.

It is aimed at First Aiders who hold a current three-year First Aid At Work certificate, but who are near the expiry date (First Aiders may attend this course up to 3 months before their certificate expires and up to 28 days beyond the expiry date). Students are required to bring their existing First Aid at Work certificate to the first day of the course. Benefits This course refreshes and updates the essential knowledge and skills that First Aiders need to carry out their role and deal confidently with major and minor injuries and illnesses. Assessment is by a multiple choice exam on the final day and a practical skills test. Successful delegates then receive an HSE-approved certificate, valid for a further three years. Materials - Full course notes provided Lunch - Lunch & Refreshments provided Cost for non-members - £160+VAT Cost for members - £135+VAT Booking Email -

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