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First Aid at Work Re-qualification 2 Day Course

A Health & Safety Executive approved syllabus two-day re-qualification programme that meets the current Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. The course is delivered in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice L74 for qualifying First Aid personnel in the workplace.


The Re-qualification course is restricted to students who have previously attended a full First Aid at Work programme.  In order to attend you will need to bring a copy of your current FAW certificate.


Candidates will receive refresher training in a wide range of first aid skills including:

  • The ability to act safely and effectively when an accident or emergency occurs

  • The treatment and priorities of care for an unconscious patient

  • The recognition of cardiac arrest and delivery of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

  • The ability to safely and promptly treat a patient who is bleeding

  • The ability to recognise and treat a patient in shock

  • The keeping of simple records following an accident at work

  • Students will also learn to provide care for patients who have:

1.     suffered a burn or scald

2.     injured bones, muscles or joints

3.     been poisoned by ingestion or inhalation of a substance or gas

4.     suffered an injury to the eye

5.     signs & symptoms of a major illness e.g. heart attack


Candidates are required to undertake an assessment of knowledge and practical skill application on the final day of the course


Course Duration:  2 Days (minimum 12 hours)

Course dates do not have to be consecutive


Cost of course includes all course materials, registration and certification

Delegates receive Tea, Coffee, Squash, Biscuits, Sweets and Lunch


Parking is free next to the training centre.

Monday, August 13, 2018 9:00 am - Wednesday, August 15, 2018 4:00 pm
Handson Safety Services Limited
United Kingdom
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