Next course date: 01 May 2018
Venue: Chapter House, Loughborough
Cost: £150 per person, plus VAT, Call us on 01509 550023
This is an interesting and interactive one-day course that will be delivered by our in-house staff, and upon successful completion, all delegates will be issued with a certificate.
Testimonial from Nigel Slawson, Development & Resource Manager, East Midlands Ceramics Ltd:
“Thank you for delivering excellent training yesterday. I’ve had positive feedback from all. They liked the content and the pace and the way you delivered the training.”
This Emergency First Aid At Work Course will ensure that your employees have the necessary support should they be taken ill or injured at work. It will cover all aspects of first aid in an emergency. The workplace can be a dangerous place with many actual and potential hazards. The course is delivered in such a way as gives individuals the confidence to put their newly acquired skills into practice.
The 1-Day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course content includes:
- Health and Safety (first aid) regulations
- Managing an incident
- The priorities of first aid
- Treatment of an unconscious casualty
- Common workplace injuries
- How to use a defibrillator
- Questions and Answers on matters arising
On successful completion of this course, you will receive an Accredited Certificate that is valid for three years.
More Information – Call 01509 550023 to register or to learn more.
Testimonial from EFAW course delegate at EHL Limited:
“This was my first first-aid training and I found it very informative the trainer was great and communicated the seriousness to the group whilst making it engaging and even fun. I feel confident that if a situation arises I would be able to deal with it calmly and effectively …good job.”
First Aid is not only a legal requirement for employers to provide for their workers, but it is also a great skill that employers can provide to their staff that can be applied in many different situations away from the workplace and which may even benefit the family of the worker.