Do you work with both adults & children but can’t decide if you need to attend an Emergency First Aid at Work course or an Emergency Paediatric First Aid course or both?

Then we have the solution for you!

We know how valuable your time is, which is why we are always looking at new and innovative ways to ensure that you receive the correct First Aid provision for both children and adults in your care – leaving you to get on with your job with minimum disruption. With this in mind, we are pleased to offer you a couple of combined course options that allows you to complete your your regulated First Aid qualifications in more streamlined timescales.

Combined Course

We have combined our Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 training and our Emergency Paediatric First Aid Level 3 training together so you can complete both these regulated qualifications in 1 day (instead of the usual 2). This way you will be a qualified Emergency First Aider in the workplace for adults, children and infants. For more details about this combined course including the subject areas that are covered click on our course overview below.

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Upon completion, this 1 day combined course awards an Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 (6 hours) and an Emergency Paediatric First Aid Level 3 (6 hours) Ofqual regulated certificate to successful attendees. Both qualifications are valid for 3 years and nationally recognised. Attendees will also receive an Emergency First Aid at Work handbook to keep for future reference and will also have exclusive free access to our GEM First Aid annual refresher video training, presented by our GEM trainers, each year until certificate renewal is needed in 3 years’ time. See below a taster of our complimentary GEM First Aid annual refresher video training ↓

All this for only £85 plus vat per person!

COVID-19 Course Information: We want to reassure all delegates of our First Aid courses during this current period of restriction lifting, before attending, that we are taking extra steps to ensure the protection of attendees on our courses to maintain high standards concerning hygiene through this time. We have always maintained the highest standards of cleanliness with all our training equipment, but in addition to our usual hygiene processes which include regularly using disinfectant wipes and changing manikin lungs, we are also now giving all delegates their own training pack. Included in this pack will be a brand new & sealed face shield, gloves, bandages, a face mask for use during the training, as well as First Aid handbook for future reference.
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Booking a course or places on our public courses

We have regular combined public courses coming up taking place at our local training venues, open to anybody wishing to book a place or places for a group. Alternatively, we can arrange to deliver our combined courses onsite in your setting to groups. Courses delivered in your setting can be delivered during business hours or on evenings and weekends to suit your needs. We pride ourselves on our flexible approach in meeting our client’s needs. We can run a single course with a maximum of 12 delegates for this particular course with one of our trainers. Bespoke training packages can be provided and we can offer discounts on block bookings.

If you would like to talk further about booking yourself or any of your team members on to one of our public courses or to arrange some training to take place in your workplace, don’t hesitate to contact us on (01274) 752777 or alternatively complete our contact form below and we will back in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Paediatric First Aid v First Aid at Work – Which Course Should I Attend?

This is a question we often get asked by first aiders who work with both children and adults. In one of our blogs, we’ll get to grips with Paediatric First Aid and First Aid at Work, so you fully understand which of these training courses are right for you. Follow this link to access our blog: Paediatric First Aid v First Aid at Work