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First Aid at Work

This 3 day course involves both theory and practical sessions. Cost £200 (can be ILA funded)

A fully approved First Aid at Work course, in accordance with the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.  To provide individuals with a knowledge and understanding of the principles and practice of First Aid:

The First Aid at Work syllabus includes:

First Aid priorities, burns & scalds, managing incidents, heart attacks, basic life support, eye injuries, examination of the casualty, dressings, unconsciousness, regulations, control of bleeding, recording and reporting, fractures, first aid kits and common illnesses.

Once qualified, holders of this certificate can be named as First Aiders in the workplace. Certification is dependent on successful completion of a multiple choice exam paper at the end of the course.

Emergency First Aid at Work

Emergency First Aid at work (1 day course) Cost £85 (can be ILA funded)

This one day course involves both theory and practical sessions. Designed to equip individuals with the skills required to act as a First Aider within the workplace and is ideal for people requiring Appointed person status.

Training includes Aims and Principles of First Aid, what to do in an emergency, dealing with unconscious casualties, control of wound and bleeding, resuscitation, burns and scalds, First Aid Kits, recording and reporting. Certification is dependent on successful completion of a multiple choice exam paper at the end of the course.

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REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene (1 day course) Cost £79 (can be ILA funded)

Starting level qualification for anyone working with food. An introduction to food hygiene, food poisoning and its prevention, personal hygiene and working habits of the food handler.

Course Content:

  • General introduction to food hygiene
  • Incidence of food poisoning and its prevention
  • Common food pests and their control
  • Personal hygiene
  • Working habits of a food handler
  • Cleaning practice, cross contamination
  • Food Safety legislation

At the end of the course there is a short assessment which can be taken in the form of a multiple choice or oral examination, if required. On successful completion of the course, participants will be issued with a REHIS certificate.