Care L&D

About this course

Employers must ensure that those identified to be first aiders in their workplace undertake training appropriate to the need of the business.  At Care Learning and Development, we have designed various first-aid training courses, to suit every workplace.

Our one-day Emergency First Aid at Work is ideal for small to medium sized organisations and/or low-risk industries, whose first aid needs assessment has identified a requirement for someone to hold a current emergency first aid at work qualification.

Delivered in a classroom setting, our EFAW is the perfect blend of theoretical and practical sessions conducted by one of our instructors. The learner will be assessed throughout the course using a range of practical demonstrations, question and answer sessions, quizzes and engaging activities designed to coach and support them.

After this EFAW training, the first aider will have gained the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in their workplace. However, we also welcome members of the public who wish to increase their confidence in what to do in an emergency.

What you’ll learn

a Understand the role and responsibilities of the first aider.

a Respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in their workplace, whether the patient is conscious or unconscious.

a Record and report accidents and incidents including RIDDOR.

a Know the contents of a first aid kit.

a Safely use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).


Owing to the practical nature of this course a basic level of general fitness is required, delegates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline. Should you have any questions relating to the accessibility of this course please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Simulated competency assessments will take place throughout the session, supervised by one of our trainers, allowing delegates to return to the workplace and embed the learning further, until deemed competent within their organisation’s guidelines and protocols.


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