This online Emergency First Aid course is essential for employees nominated to undertake the role of the Emergency First Aider at work.
This course is also suitable for anyone who wants to gain a greater knowledge of first aid. We never know when first aid skills will be required and it’s important to have the confidence to act effectively in a potential life-threatening situation.
This online course will provide you with the information needed to be able to recognise emergency situations, treat casualties and ensure that you can take the appropriate action required at the time of a first aid incident.
This course will also give you a good understanding of first aid but does not replace a practical training course.
“I thought the on-line course was excellent and the Lifesaver videos were really helpful. I think I probably got more out of this course on-line than I have managed to get out of many previous ‘live’ first aid courses.” Richard J Church
“That’s got to be one of the best, if not THE best, online training I have ever done.” Brad Jeans Project Manager, CCP, Worcester
Developed by experienced First Aid at Work Trainers
Ensures compliance with UK Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations.
Certificate of Completion issued upon successfully passing the online training course multiple choice assessment and providing certificate from LifeSaver as evidence of online practical assessment. Certificate is valid for 3 years.
Approximate duration up to 6 hours plus any practical elements taken separately.
Learn at your own pace with 24/7 access.
Who Should Take Course?
This online Emergency First Aid at Work course is suitable for people who are required to act as the Emergency First Aider for their workplace, it can also be used to refresh your skills required by the role.
No previous qualifications are needed to take this course as all the emergency first aid knowledge is covered throughout the training.
Does This Course Allow Me to Become a Qualified First-Aider?
This course is provided inline with the requirement of the first aid regulations for carrying out the role of an Emergency First Aider at work.
If you are looking to become a fully qualified first aider, then you’ll need to undertake training that involves at least 18 contact hours including the practical elements.
Guidance on choosing a provider for this can be found online on the HSE Website.