Workplace First Aid Training
Knowing the basics of first aid is a vital skill to have, whether you’re in a workplace environment or at home. It could be a case of saving someone’s life, so it’s never too late to train. Our beginners course in Workplace First Aid Training is designed to introduce you to the basic fundamentals of first aid, from how to act in potentially life-threatening situations, to conducting a head-to-toe check on someone who has sustained an injury.
Our first aid training course applies to all employees and includes expert audio visual tutorials, easy to follow modules and practical advice for low-risk work settings such as offices, restaurants and shops. Key topics include first aid boxes, the recovery position, administering CPR and treating secondary illnesses such as asthma and allergies.
Once the course is successfully completed, you’ll receive a certified qualification as proof of your new skills, with the confidence to apply the correct safety measures for your business or workplace. Please note that if you’re looking to become a qualified first aider, you’ll also need to train for at least 18 hours with a first aid training provider.
Suitability - Who should attend?
The European Union Regulation (EC) No 852/2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs recommend that food handlers be skilfully trained before carrying out their role.
This Level 2 Food Hygiene and Safety for Catering enables you to understand how to abide by the required legal practices and responsibilities of a food handler by equipping you with a comprehensive introduction to accurate food handling methods.
This course is ideal for all food handlers working in the catering industry inclusive of: restaurants, bars, hotels, cafes, fast-food outlets, takeaways, kitchens, mobile food trucks, hospitals, schools, colleges, universities and canteens.
Who should take the course
- Stores or markets
Training Course Content
The course is divided into 6 accessible, interactive modules and includes an assessment at the end.
The Aim of First Aid
Contents, first aid in the workplace, course aim, key annual statistics, regulations, your first aid box, the primary survey, danger, response, airway, breathing, circulation, primary survey example.
The Secondary Survey
Topics to be covered, steps of the secondary survey, when to call an ambulance, the recovery position, unconscious casualties, choking wounds and bleeding, shock.
Treating Secondary Injuries
Introduction, burns and scalds, stop drop roll, eye head and spinal injuries, fractures and broken bones, dislocation.
Administering CPR, CPR for children, CPR for infants, defibrillators (AEDs), extra training to consider.
Secondary Illnesses and Conditions
Introduction, asthma, allergic reactions, anaphylaxis, diabetes, epilepsy, heart attacks, strokes.
Additional Secondary Illnesses and Conditions
Hyperventilation, nosebleeds, Sprains and strains, rest ice compression elevation, poisoning, drowning, accident book, record - keeping.
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