Emergency First Aid Training 4 All
It’s not a debatable fact that first aid skills save lives. From ensuring a person receives the right treatment from an injury that causes bleeding to helping someone who is choking, it remains to learn and acquire first aid training skills.
Learn first aid skills with The Big Teacher for real life situations and become confident in supporting someone at home or in the workplace. Our education and training courses will provide you with a Level 3 Award in First Aid At Work. Become a workplace first aider and take those skills with you back into the home. Emergency first aid at work courses sit alongside health and safety and fire safety qualifications that will make you more desirable to employers too.
Think about what your initial reaction be if a child in your care started choking. Would you like to know what steps to take if someone started having an seizure? What about accidents at work, if a colleague had a head injury, would you spot the signs of concussion? Safety training and first aid go hand in hand when it comes to attaining new skills. Our course will help you prioritise injuries and illnesses and make a call on appropriate follow up action:
The vast majority of people say that they wouldn’t know what to do if someone at work needed emergency first aid care. More surprisingly, eight out of ten parents don’t know how to deliver first aid or the basic procedures which can could help save a child’s life. Having the skills to provide the first stages of care make a significant difference to the patients chances when it comes to recovery.
What will I learn?
First aid at work training will cover:
- Responsibilities and reporting
- Assessment of the situation
- Dealing with an unresponsive casualty
- What to do if someone is unconscious and breathing (the recovery position – for adults, children and babies)
- What to do if someone is unconscious and not breathing
- Basic hygiene in First Aid
- CPR – differences between adult, baby and child CPR
- Choking – theory and practicalPreparing for an emergency – things to think about before the event
- First Aid Kits
- Bleeding – nose bleeds, objects in nose & ears, amputated parts, eye injuries
- Burns – electrocution, scalds and fire
- Poisoning – corrosive and non-corrosiveHead injury – concussion & compression
- Spinal Injuries
- Fitting and febrile convulsions
- Acute Allergic reactions and use of an Epipen
This course runs over a minimum of six contact hours in the classroom, consisting of practical and theoretical activities.
Summary and practical assessment is ongoing by the instructor in each session, along with a written assessment.
A three year Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (Level 6 in Scotland) will be issued to the learner, subject to successful assessment. No external assessors are required.
Who can attend a course?
A maximum of 12 students are allowed and must be a minimum of 14 years of age and a certificate can be offered to all, subject to assessment. A student cannot assume a responsibility in the workplace until they reach the age of 16, and then it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that the student is suitable for that role. The certificate will expire as dated on the certificate, irrespective of age.