First Aid at Work (Re-Qual) is an ideal first aid course if your current first aid at work qualification is due to expire in the next few weeks.
To attend this re-qualification course you must hold a regulated qualification with an ‘awarding body’. We cannot accept unregulated first aid at work qualifications on re-qualification courses.
This first aid at work (re-qual) course is delivered by healthcare professionals.
This first aid at work course meets national industry standards and is regulated by OFQUAL (Regulating body for England) and accredited by Qualifications Network UK one of the larger awarding organisations for health & safety and first aid qualifications in England & Wales. This course meets HSE (first aid) and Resuscitation Council UK guidelines.
This course covers how to give high-quality CPR and use an AED safely and confidently. Also covers conditions and ailments such as; Hypovolaemic shock, seizures, asthma, spinal injuries, muscle, bones, joint injuries, drowning, eye injuries, poisons, hot and cold conditions, anaphylaxis, minor bleeds, minor wounds, burns, scalds, and many more conditions too.
On passing the practical assessments and the 40 MCQ paper at the end you will receive a;
QNUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) qualification that will be valid for 3 years from your assessment date.
This qualification is aimed at those over 16 who are able to undertake the responsibilities associated with being an emergency first aider. Those under 16 may undertake the qualification, however, they should not be relied upon by employers to be responsible first aiders.
Due to the language of the assessment, it is recommended that learners have sufficient command of the English language in order to understand the assessment and undertake the recommended assessment methods.
Attendees will be required to demonstrate First Aid procedures as they would in a real work environment. This includes providing CPR to a casualty who is on the floor, therefore being physically capable of doing so. This involves kneeling on the floor.