COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update 26th June: We are now taking bookings for safe, socially distanced first aid training in line with HSE guidance and industry standards applied by the First Aid Awarding Organisation Forum.
For customers seeking re-qualifications to their First Aid at Work certificates; the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have agreed that in relation to certificates, which expired on or after 16th March 2020, there will be additional time for certificate holders to complete their re-qualification training – the final deadline is 30th September 2020.
A similar position applies to Paediatric First Aid…
“Additionally, if PFA certificate re-qualification training is prevented for reasons associated directly with COVID – 19 or by complying with related Government advice, the validity of current certificates can be extended by up to 3 months. This applies to certificates expiring on or after 16th March 2020. If re-qualification training is still unavailable, a further extension is possible to no later than 30th September 2020” See HSE website. for further details.
Operating in London, Surrey and Berkshire, we deliver a range of first aid courses through Qualsafe Awards, an Awarding Organisation recognised by Ofqual to offer regulated Qualifications. Our first aid and EYFS compliant paediatric first aid training, is for all businesses and teaching staff in schools – tailor made for your environment.
We also offer a range of Mental Health First Aid courses; Level 1 Awareness; Level 2 practitioner; and Level 3 supervisor, regulated by First Aid Awards Ltd, an awarding organisation for first aid and health and safety training.
Our QA regulated courses:
- Emergency First Aid at Work
- First Aid at Work
- First Aid at Work refresher
- Emergency Paediatric First Aid
- Paediatric First Aid (Full)
Our FAA regulated courses:
- Level 1 Mental Health Awareness (half day)
- Level 2 Mental Health First Aider (1 day)
- Level 3 Mental Health First Aid Supervisor (2 day)
New…Compulsory First Aid for Students:
We deliver the mandatory first aid training for students in state funded schools (DfE Statutory Guidance) where students, as a minimum, should by the end of secondary school; know life-saving skills, including CPR; the purpose of defibrillators and when one might be needed; basic treatments for common injuries. If all modules are completed students will achieve a Level 2 qualification in first aid.
Knife and Gang Crime related First Aid for Students:
We deliver first aid training in schools – linked to knife crime injuries and tailor our input to complement the PSHE framework, helping to safeguard young people..
Other tailor-made courses in schools, colleges and across the community:
- Essential First Aid – enabling the students to deliver life saving skills in everyday situations.
- Knife Crime Related First Aid – enabling students from all walks of life to help with knife crime related injuries in support of community cohesion.
All of our courses are delivered by a qualified educational professional, with a background in the emergency services and a proven track record in teaching first aid to the highest standard in the charitable sector. Most courses are delivered on-site, cutting costs to your business.