Three Day First Aid at Work (Sheffield)

30th January 2012

Course Overview This course conforms with The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 and is ideal for individuals as well as organisations that require qualified first aiders in the work-place.

It is an intensive, interactive course covering the role of the First Aider, basic life support, unconscious casualty, control of bleeding, fractures, eye injuries, minor and major illnesses, burns and scalds, heart attacks, first aid kits, record keeping and reporting and regulations. Each candidate will be assessed on their competency at the end of the course. The Certificate is valid for 3 years. Benefits It teaches candidates the core skills required to enable them to work efficiently and effectively as the companies designated First Aider. By the end of this course, the candidate will be competent in dealing with an emergency situation with confidence in a safe and effective way. Materials - Full course notes provided Lunch - Lunch & Refreshments provided Cost for non-members - £252+VAT Cost for members - £210+VAT Booking Email -

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