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First Aid Training


Do you know how to do CPR? 

Do you know how to do CPR with COVID 19 precautions?


We have teamed up with a first class training provider on all things related to First Aid. We are pleased to be able to offer this extremely informative course via @skiinpro.  The courses are accredited.  The full face to face course gains you an Offqual regulated Level 3 EFAW (Emergency First Aid at Work).  This is a qualification required by law for business owners.


We are offering an on-line course for £60.  The face to face course £160. However, if you complete the on-line training, you will only pay £100.


Here are details...


Emergency First Aid at Work & Home & COVID 19

✔️On Line course 

✔️Certificate of attendance 

✔️The course will cover an introduction to the full course focusing on different protocols for COVID 19


Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)

✔️Face to Face Course 

✔️Offqual Appoved 

✔️Required by law if you run a business with staff whether employed or self employed

✔️A must for Salon owners 

✔️Fully certified course that lasts 3 years.


Details of Qualification

Qualification: QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (


Duration: 6 hours 

Candidates: Min 4 to 12

Assessment: Candidates are required to pass an assessment paper & practical assessment facilitated by the instructor.

Certification: Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate (EFAW) Valid for 3 years, with yearly refresher courses. Certificated, regulated and approved by Qualsafe, the awarding body for First Aid Providers due to the deregulation of HSE Approved courses.


Who should attend?

Anyone wanting first aid nominated emergency first aiders &/or candidates who require an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificate. This is a comprehensive one day course.


What you will learn?

Basic lifesaving first aid & workplace health & safety regulations.


Course Content

  • Unconscious casualty & recovery position

  • Cardio pulmonary resuscitation

  • Wounds, bleeding & shock

  • Minor injuries

  • Choking

  • Seizures

  • Anaphylaxis 

  • Assessment of incident & dangers

  • Basic hygiene in first aid

  • Record keeping

  • Awareness of AED/Defibrillator

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