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First Aid at Work

Employers – Don’t Wait for an Accident to Happen

Large employer or SME, whatever the size and type of organisation, all employers have a duty of care towards the safety of their employees. Are you equipped to deal with an injury or accident should it occur in your workplace, or indeed in everyday life?

Giving basic life support, managing an unconscious casualty and controlling bleeding are all topics we regularly hear about. Would you be ready to respond and deal with a similar situation?

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Take a look at the Active Luton courses listed. Not sure what your organisation needs or is required to have by law? Just give the team a call and they can advise you.

The First Aid at Work Certificate Level 3 is valid for three years at which time a refresher course is required to update skills. It is also recommended that all First Aiders attend annual refresher training to help reduce the impact of ‘first aid skills fade’.

Take a look at some of our First Aid courses:

First Aid at Work Course - Level 3 Award (QCF)

This is a comprehensive course aimed at equipping candidates with the skills and knowledge required to carry out first aid within the workplace.
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First Aid at Work Refresher Course - Level 3 Award (QCF)

This is a refresher course aimed at up-skilling and equipping candidates with the skills and knowledge required to carry out first aid within the workplace. 

Candidates will review the training completed on their First Aid at Work course.

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Emergency First Aid at Work Course - Level 2 Award (QCF)

An introductory level qualification developed to assist anyone with the responsibility for emergency first aid within the workplace. This course is aimed at staff with a duty of care who do not require a full Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work.
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Automated External Defibrillator Course (AED) - Level 2 Award (QCF)

An introductory level qualification designed to train individuals in the use of an Automated External Defibrillator AED. If you use an AED during cardiac arrest, the chance of survival could increase up to 70 - 75%.

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First Aid Workshops

The aim of these wokshops is to equip candidates with basic skills and knowledge to enable them to deliver basic life support or carry out basic First Aid actions until further qualified medical assistance is available.

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First Aid at Work Course - Annual Skills Update

The HSE recommend that all 'First Aiders' attend annual refresher training on the basis of evidence that First Aid skills fade.

This training applies to all holders that have attended the First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work training courses.

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Don’t procrastinate – Sign up for a First Aid course today - it could save a life.