Sector Specific First Aid Courses

What will I learn on the Level 3 First Aid at Work course?

The Level 3 First aid at work qualification is based on 18 hours of teaching spread over 2/3 days. The course includes all the topics from the Level 2 Emergency First Aid Qualification with additional learning outcomes. You can see the outline of all the topics below:

  • Conduct a head to toe survey of casualty
  • Be able to administer first aid to injuries to bones, muscles and joints
  • Be able to administer first aid to someone with head and spinal injuries
  • Administer first aid for chest injuries
  • Recognise severity of burns and scolds and treat appropriately
  • Administer first aid to eye injuries
  • Be able to administer first aid for sudden poisoning
  • To be able to administer first aid for anaphylaxis
  • To administer first aid for major illness (heart attack, stroke, epilepsy)

This course is extremely detailed and aims to provide an in depth knowledge into treating a range of conditions. If you require any further information on this course regarding prices, dates and group discounts contact our team on 01772 910930.

Do teachers need first aid training?

First aid is an important skill for everyone, no matter what job role you have. Knowing even the basics of first aid can make a big difference during an emergency situation. If you are a teacher, you'll need first aid that is suitable to be practiced on children, particularly if you work in a p..

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Choosing between a Level 2 and Level 3 First Aid Qualification

Choosing between any Level 2 or Level 3 course can be challenging, particularly where you are not limited by any pre-qualifications you may have. Of course, Level 3 is a higher level course that, in effect, will help you become further qualified, while a Level 2 course may be enough for the level..

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