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 First Response Learning FIRST AID AT WORK  - 3 Day Course

Duration: 18 hours contact time. Training is generally carried out over a three-day period, 6 contact hours per day plus breaks.
Split duration courses can be arranged. Training and assessment must be completed within a 13-week period.

Qualification:
A three year certificate of qualification will be issued to all successful trainees.
 
Renew by booking a 2 DAY FAAW Recertification within the three year period.

Assessments:
Ongoing assessment by the tutor, practical and theoretical assessment at the end of the course.

Syllabus:
As guided by the Health & Safety ( first aid ) Regulations 1981. Incident management; Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, control of bleeding, shock, unconscious casualty management, recovery position; casualty transport, recognition of illnesses, treatment of bones muscle and joint injuries, treatment of minor injuries, treatment of burns and scalds; poisons, simple record keeping, contents of a first aid box, purchasing of supplies, communications and reporting, delegation in an emergency and personal hygiene, HIV / HEP B.

NB Candidates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline
and must attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

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LEVEL 3 FIRST AID AT WORK Three Day Course

Duration: 18 hours contact time. Training is generally carried out over a three-day period, 6 contact hours per day plus breaks.
Split duration courses can be arranged. Training and assessment must be completed within a 10-week period.


Qualification:
A 3 year certificate, record of achievement and certificate wallet card - on successful completion of the course.

Renew by booking a 2 DAY FAAW Recertification within the three year period.

Assessments:
Ongoing assessment by the tutor, 7 practical and theoretical assessments during the course.

Syllabus:
As guided by the Health & Safety ( first aid ) Regulations 1981. Incident management; Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, control of bleeding, shock, unconscious casualty management, recovery position; casualty transport, recognition of illnesses, treatment of bones muscle and joint injuries, treatment of minor injuries, treatment of burns and scalds; poisons, simple record keeping, contents of a first aid box, purchasing of supplies, communications and reporting, delegation in an emergency and personal hygiene, HIV / HEP B.

NB Candidates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline
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