Course detailsThe emergency first aid at work course is an in-depth training course for those who wish to refresh their existing skills and knowledge of first aid procedures in the workplace. It covers the different types of emergencies that can occur in the workplace, safety laws and regulations, best practice procedures and equipment.
In this comprehensive course, you will gain crucial life-saving skills that will give you the confidence to stay calm and professional in the face of any type of emergency incident. Through step-by-step guidance, practical case studies and exercises, you will learn how to treat minor injuries, help someone who has fallen ill, and much more.
You will be guided through best practice procedures for treating burns and scalds, placing someone in the recovery position, performing CPR and treating a wide range of injuries. By the end of the course, you will know how to act in critical scenarios such as someone suffering a stroke or seizure, and will have the experience to be the first point of contact in the workplace, should such an emergency arise.
- Accredited, quality CPD training
- Instant e-certificate and hard copy dispatch by next working day
- Fully online, interactive course with audio voiceover
- Course material developed by qualified professionals
- Self-paced learning accessible via laptop, tablet and smartphone
- 24/7 Learning assistance and tutor support
- Discounts on bulk purchases
This course applies to organisations whose first aid needs assessment has identified the need for a responsible person to have a workplace first aid qualification. It applies to, but is not limited to, the following:
- Construction industry
- Manufacturing industry
- Office workers
- Factory workers
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
- Identify the different types of injuries and accidents that commonly occur in the workplace.
- Correctly place someone in the recovery position and perform emergency CPR
- Treat burns and bleeding, dress wounds and carry out a back blow in the case of choking
- Understand the fundamental role and responsibilities of the first aider
- Effectively monitor a casualty and correctly record and report accidents and injuries
- Help someone who is unresponsive and breathing, or unresponsive and not breathing
Module 1: What is First Aid?
Module 2: Barriers, ABCDs and The Recovery Position
Module 3: CPR and AED
Module 4: Choking
Module 5: Bleeding
Module 6: Shock
Module 7: Spinal Injuries
Module 8: Breaks
Module 9: Head Injuries
Module 10: Sprains
Module 11: Incident Management
Module 12: Burns and Scalds
Module 13: Electric Shock
Module 14: Eye Injuries
Module 15: Epilepsy, Anaphylaxis and Diabetes
Module 16: Heart Attacks and Strokes
Updated on 16 April, 2021
Eligibility / Requirements
This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds. Learners should be aged 16 or over. Basic understanding of the English language is required to attend this course.
About Training ExpressThe Training Express is a group of experts based in the United Kingdom, delivering high-quality certification and training to businesses and individuals looking to better themselves. We work in various disciplines and industries, with our primary point of concern being to help promote high standards of food hygiene, business well-being and safety in the workplace.
By helping you to bring in professionals who can make the right choice, to improving safety standards, we offer numerous course managed by qualified professionals. We do this by always improving our course quality and quantity, always introducing new opportunities for you to better yourself as a person and as professionals.
Standards are very important to us, which is why we only work with trainers and professionals who we can 100% trust. This allows us to get the job done much easier, always sourcing the right experts and the most qualified trainers in the shortest space of time. This helps us to deliver professionally respected and reputable online learning situations to help increase the standards of professionalism and safety at work.