First Aid Training

First Aid & Emergency Training Courses

First aid is the assistance given immediately after someone is injured or taken ill. This is before the arrival of an ambulance or other appropriately qualified person.

Any person offering help to a casualty must act calmly and with confidence and be willing to offer assistance whenever the need should arise.

First aid is a skill based on communication, knowledge and experience. A first aider is someone who has completed a theoretical and practical course and passed a professionally supervised assessments as required by the Awarding Body.

Who is suitable to be a first aider?

The First Aid Regulations 1981 - L74 (Third Edition) published 2013

Guidance 3 (55): state that First aiders should be:

A Person that is:

  • reliability, disposition and communication skills
  • aptitude and ability to absorb new knowledge and learn new skills
  • ability to cope with stressful and physically demanding emergency procedures
  • normal duties, which should be such that they may be able to respond immediately and rapidly to an emergency

Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (FAW) - (3 day)

Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work Requalification (2 day)

Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) (1 day)

First aid skills Update / annual refresher course - (half day)

Level 2 Award in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation - (half day)

Level 2 Award in Paediatric First Aid Course (2 day)

C&DTraining Limited Reg No. TP167DYEY.

Approved by AoFAQualifications, an Ofqual recognised Awarding Organisation.