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3 day First Aid at Work

Three 3 Day  First Aid at Work (Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF).

This is an in-depth, comprehensive course for businesses that have identified that they require a higher level of first aid skills due to the type of business, the equipment used or the number staff. It will provide the participants with the skills and knowledge to deal with first aid accidents and emergencies at work as well as illnesses those individuals may develop whilst at work. This is also a qualification ideal for those already working, or preparing to work, within an industry who wish to become a First Aider in the workplace for the purposes of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 to act.

Pulse Medic First Aid   course meets all the Ofqual specifications, so you can rest assured that you’re getting the highest quality training. Please consult Pulse Medic training centre for further details.

This course is typically achieved through a 3 day classroom based training course and for re-qualification this is reduced to 2-days.
We run ‘on site’ courses at your premises or at a local venue of your choice. For corporate rates, please contact us.

ASSESMENT

The qualification is assessed via practical demonstration and oral questioning. The qualification is valid for a period of 3 years and, in order to re-qualify, learners must be assessed against all learning outcomes and assessment criteria within the qualification. The delivery time for requalification may be adjusted by 1 day. Learners achieving this qualification may also go on to take other specialist first aid qualifications.

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Pulse Medic is rated 4.76 stars by Reviews.co.uk based on 254 merchant reviews

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254 Reviews
ILS went really well thank you. Just to give some feedback, Martin the course trainer was brilliant. I have been on ILS courses before and have found the trainers to be a little full on and not really understand care giving and emergencies outside of acute NHS Hospital trusts. Martin understood the skills (and resources available) of nursing staff working in primary care in independent sectors and the situations that they may face.
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Martin was so nice and lovely he was the best