First Aid At Work Refresher Level 3 | Essex

1 or 2 day Instructor Led Course.

This re-qualification course is for those needing to refresh their skills and knowledge as first aiders within the workplace.

First aid at work level 3 is for those needing to be fully qualified first aiders.  Over the 2 days of the course you will gain an in depth knowledge of diagnosis and treatment of a number of conditions as well as the skills to perform basic life support.

You can choose to complete the course over 1 day which covers all of the practical in the classroom and some pre course study to cover all of the theory work.  This is a great option as it means less time away from work and you are able to work through the theory at your own pace.

This course is designed and delivered in accordance with the Health and safety at work act 1974.

Students will be contionuosly assessed throughout the course which we have found helps to get the best from people and allow us to see the skills they have developed.  There is a knowledge test at the end of the course which can be completed in a number of different ways so no need to panic.

Course Fee

 £120 PP Inc.(for 1 day option)

Group booking discounts available.

Who is this course for?

The requalification is for those needing to be fully qualified first aiders, who currently hold a valid first aid at work certificate or those whose certificate expired within 30 days of the course.  Whether you choose the 1 or 2 day option, over the 12 hours of the course you will gain an in depth knowledge of diagnosis and treatment of a number of conditions as well as the skills to perform basic life support. 

Don’t forget that all the skills that you learn on this course can be used in your day to day life.  Although we hope you never have to put these skills into practice they could just help you save a loved ones life.

I have been a first aider for years but I have still learnt so much. Thank you for answering all my questions and taking the time to explain why we do things a certain way. It is all so clear now.

Paul Stubberfield