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Emergency First Aid at Work – RQF Level 3

Duration  – 1 days (6 hours)

Where an organisation’s risk assessment of First Aid needs identifies that there is a requirement for Emergency First Aid at Work practitioners, then this national Award satisfies the requirements of the regulatory body for First Aid – the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).


At the end of the course delegates will have the skills and knowledge to provide your organisation with Emergency First Aider’s that can provide treatment to casualties in a prompt, safe and effective manner.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course delegates will have covered a wide range of subjects including:

  • Responsibilities, first aid provision and reporting
  • Assessment of the situation          
  • Dealing with an unresponsive casualty    
  • Basic hygiene in First Aid
  • Choking ‍
  • Shock (including Anaphylaxis)
  • Burns   ‍
  • Epilepsy      
  • Resuscitation and AED awareness  

Assessment and Certification

Assessment is ongoing by the instructor, along with multiple choice question paper at the end of the day. On successful completion of the course, delegates will be issued an Emergency First Aid certificate which is valid for three years.
The HSE strongly recommend that all students undergo an annual refresher programme of three hours.

On-site and Open Courses

Book an on-site course for up to 12 delegates at your own premises, alternatively book onto one of our open courses. All our course prices include registration, certification and booklet.


...I've run a temperature in at least two hospitals and I also met up with quite a few legless, armless and otherwise badly messed up folks. There's a whole lot of mighty serious accident contemplation going on in our hospitals. My observations have taught me that it is much better to think about accidents before they happen than to brood on them afterward. Take it from an old campaigner, the best kind of hospital bed is the one that is permanently empty. And personally, I'd rather be late for dinner tonight here than to be on time for breakfast in the next world in the morning. Haste makes waste of a lot of good human material. -Irvin S. Cobb (1876–1944)  [highway safety editorial for the National Safety Council, c.1930 —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

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