First Aid Course Manchester - FAIB Approved First Aid Training

First Aid Course Manchester was created to deliver low-cost first aid training for businesses and people in Greater Manchester.

Brighton Grove, Birch-in Rusholme,
Manchester, Greater Manchester, M14 5JT

Our First Aid Training Courses

The CPR & Defibrillator Course Is Designed For The General Public And Covers Basic First Aid Skills For Adults As Well As First Aid In The Workplace.

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A one day EFAW course for those who work in low-risk workplaces such as offices & receptions.

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In Greater Manchester, we offer a three-day First Aid at Work Course that prepares you to pass the FAW (First Aid at Work) certification.

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Two-Day Emergency First Aid at Work Refresher Course in Newcastle: Training and Assessment for the First Aid at Work (FAW) Qualification.

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FAIB or Qualsafe Approved Onsite First Aid Training Delivered At Your Own Venue For Up To 12 Students.

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FAIB Accredited First Aid Courses

The First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) is a leading first aid training accreditation body. Their courses are recognised by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). Our first aid at work courses are accredited by the FAIB.

FOFATO Members

The Federation of First Aid Training Organisations (FOFATO) represent over 400 first aid training providers throughout the UK. A FOFATO member displays you meet a level of due diligence with regards to training standards.

Skills Training group

You’ll receive the Skills Training Group – First Aid Certified badge which you can display on your website or marketing material to demonstrate your investment in first aid skills for your staff.

Workplace First Aid Courses

1-day Emergency First Aid: An Emergency First Aid at Work Course is a training program designed for employees in low-risk workplaces, teaching basic first aid skills and techniques. The course typically covers topics such as assessing and responding to emergencies, performing CPR, treating wounds and injuries, and managing medical emergencies such as heart attacks or strokes. The aim of the course is to equip employees with the necessary knowledge and confidence to provide effective first aid in the event of an emergency, potentially saving lives and minimizing the impact of an incident in the workplace.

3-day Blended First Aid at Work: A First Aid at Work Course is a training program designed for employees in high-risk workplaces, teaching comprehensive first aid skills and techniques. The course covers a wide range of topics such as assessing and responding to emergencies, performing CPR, treating wounds and injuries, managing medical emergencies such as heart attacks or strokes, and dealing with specific workplace hazards such as burns, fractures, or chemical exposure. The aim of the course is to equip employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide effective first aid in the event of an emergency, potentially saving lives and minimizing the impact of an incident in the workplace.

2-day Blended First Aid at Work Refresher: For renewing your First Aid at Work every 3 years.

Paediatric First Aid Courses

2-day Level 3 Blended Paediatric First Aid Course: A Level 3 Blended Paediatric First Aid Course is a comprehensive training program designed for individuals who work with or care for infants and young children and require OFSTED / EYFS accreditation. The course is delivered in a blended format, combining both online and in-person learning, and includes hands-on practice sessions to ensure that participants have the necessary knowledge and skills to provide effective first aid to children in a range of emergency situations. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a Level 3 Paediatric First Aid certification, demonstrating their ability to provide high-quality care to infants and children.

1-day Emergency Paediatric First Aid Course: For those working with children who don’t need OFSTED / EYFS accreditation.

Other First Aid Courses

Mental Health First Aid Training: For those looking to train as a mental health first aider.

3-hour Basic Life Support Training: For those who only need training on basic life support skills.

On Site First Aid Training: Courses for up to 12 learners at your own workplaces for a discounted cost.

How Long Will My First Aid Training Certificate Last For ?

The HSE advises that you complete a first aid refresher course every year, but first aid at work courses are typically valid for three years. A two-day refresher course is required to renew a first aid at work certificate. You must attend this refresher course within 28 days of your previous certificate’s expiration date. To renew your emergency first aid at work certificate, you must take another 1-day course.

How You’ll Learn During Your First Aid Training

For those who are attending first aid training at our public facility or on-site, you’ll study using a combination of theoretical PowerPoint instruction and hands-on experience.

We make every effort to include as much practical first-aid training and role play as feasible to keep the learning atmosphere enjoyable while also ensuring high quality.

For people who are completing blended learning, you’ll go through online training for all of your theory, then a hands-on first aid course at our location or at your own. All first aid instruction will be distributed through an online platform for online learning.

first aid course being delivered to a group of students in Glasgow

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. To ensure this, your organisation should carry out an assessment of first-aid needs appropriate to the workplace.

The minimum requirement for the EFAW or FAW training can depend on the size and nature of the workplace, which is why it is so important for employers to carry out an assessment.

EFAW training courses are designed for low-risk environments and will cover topics such as how to assess an incident, managing an unresponsive casualty and CPR, as well as other life saving first aid techniques.

FAW training courses are designed for higher risk environments, such as construction sites, and will include all the elements of the EFAW course, plus additional topics such as the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).

Employers are required to provide First Aid equipment and personnel where necessary in the workplace. They must make sure that there is always a trained first-aider nearby in case of an emergency. Employers must also provide suitable facilities and rest areas for first aiders when dealing with casualties, as well as secure storage for emergency equipment such as bandages and defibrillators. Employers must also provide appropriate information and training to staff on how to use First Aid equipment. This training should be regularly updated to ensure everyone is familiar with the latest techniques and procedures.

Having a First Aid kit is an essential part of any emergency preparedness plan. In the event of an injury, illness, or accident, having a readily available supply of medical supplies can help minimise the severity and duration of the issue. This can be especially useful in remote locations where immediate access to medical care may not be available or during natural disasters or other emergencies. A First Aid kit can also help provide comfort and reassurance to those in need, as it can provide the necessary items needed to treat a medical issue without having to search for them elsewhere.

The Emergency First Aid course is delivered by qualified instructors who are certified in the use of basic first aid. These instructors have a wide range of experience in providing first aid to people of all ages and backgrounds. The course is designed to teach the basics of emergency first aid, such as how to assess a medical situation and respond appropriately. The course also covers more specific topics such as how to use the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and how to recognise the symptoms of various medical conditions. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the techniques needed to respond in an emergency situation, as well as the ability to provide basic first aid. The course is usually completed in one day with a combination of theory and practical scenarios.

Our first aid certification is suitable anyone, whether you’re a business needing first aid training or work in a hospital as a doctor or a nurse or you’re a member of the public who wants basic first aid training. Training is available on-site at your venue or at our public venue for individuals. Our trainers receive regular feedback and reviews to make sure they stay ahead of the curve delivering excellent training.

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