We will be providing a number of workplace first aid training courses, from the 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course to the 3-day First Aid at Work course and the 2-day Refresher course in two different venues in Walsall and Aldridge.
Candidates who successfully complete these First Aid courses will be qualified to act as a first-aider in the workplace.
We recommend that delegates book their place as soon as possible to avoid missing out. In addition to Leicestershire, workplace first aid courses are also available to delegates in Leicester and Wolverhampton.
Refreshments and a buffet lunch are provided, together with a full colour manual to refer back to after the course. Certification for successfully completing the course is also included.
Our courses are suitable for designated first-aiders or anyone who wants to learn how to deal efficiently with accidents, illness and injuries at work. We also have paediatric courses available at other venues in Leicestershire, too.
We will also be providing the Paediatric First Aid (Level 3) course for delegates in Walsall at three different venues in Rushall, Bloxwich and Brownhills.
In addition to Walsall, paediatric first aid courses are also available to delegates in Leicestershire, Wolverhampton and Warwickshire. Or we can come to you!
Our trainers get great reviews. “Today I completed and passed my First aid at work course, I found the instructors Rod and Paul great, welcoming, very knowledgeable and funny, too! Thank you for an excellent course, which I thoroughly enjoyed.” Jackie Ellis. Emergency First Aid at Work, Leicestershire, September 2018
First Response (First Aid) Ltd have some of the most amazing trainers out there and anybody who has had the pleasure of attending any one of the many courses would fully agree with this statement.
Well done team First Response (First Aid) Ltd and a big thank you goes out to our customers for providing us with so much positive feedback.
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We often get asked, ‘What should be in my First Aid box?’ The short answer is, it depends!
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