Level 3 First Aid at Work Requalification
About this Course
This in-house 2-day First Aid at Work course is designed for those who currently hold a First Aid at Work qualification and are due to expire.
Who is this for?
A First Aider can renew their First Aid at Work qualification by attending a 2-day requalification course without question, if it’s within 1 month past the expiry date.
The important thing to remember is that as soon as the certificate expires, the First Aider is no longer considered competent to act as a First Aider in the workplace which may well leave the employer with a shortfall of First Aiders. Therefore, it would be prudent to arrange their First Aid at Work Requalification before they expire.
A range of subjects are covered including:
- Legalities, responsibilities and reporting
- Heart attacks
- Dealing with an unresponsive casualty
- Eye injuries
- Fractures and spinal injuries
- Control of bleeding
- Chest injuries
- Assessment of the situation
- Shock (including Anaphylaxis)
- Head injuries
- Sprains and strains
£210 + VAT per person.
This is an in-house only course delivered for 6 delegates or more at your location anywhere in the UK.
The maximum attendance is 12 per course.
What our customers say?
"From booking the course to finally gaining my results, BV have been outstanding. Booking the relevant courses with Claire was so straight forward - she helps you through everything you are required to do for the courses and made the process so simple. All the administration was delivered to a high professional standard. Health and safety is not going to go away, so by gaining the NEBOSH qualifications individuals will enhance their understanding and employers can use it to make any workplace safe."
"This NEBOSH course was run extremely well with the instructor who delivered the course having excellent knowledge and experience. He was always happy to help and explain if you did not grasp the subject fully. I intend to use this provide again and I will be recommending them to my colleagues to use in the future."