EFAW training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work.
Our courses are fully Health and Safety Executive (HSE) & Security Industry Authority (SIA) Compliant, meeting all the criteria set out by The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 & associated guidance.
Our trainers all have real-world experience and which they use to skillfully guide learners through our range of first aid qualifications.
We run monthly courses in Plymouth & regular courses in Totnes & Dartmouth. Come to one of our training venues.
£65/person, with multiple learner discounts!
If you have a larger group and a space to conduct the training, we can come to you!
One of our trainers will conduct all the training at a venue of your choice for just:
£420 (max 12 learners)
Learners will be trained to be competent in delivering first aid in the following subjects:
Unresponsive (Breathing & Not Breathing), Choking, Bleeding, Burns, Seizures & Shock.
Our 1 Day Course designed for low risk workplaces such as shops, offices and libraries.
All learners will have the skills and knowledge to provide the organisation with Emergency First Aider’s that can provide treatment to their casualties in a prompt, safe and effective manner.
A range of subjects are covered including:-
Continual assessment is used, combined with a number of observed practical activities and a short theoretical assessment, supported by our experienced trainers.
12 learners per trainer (multiple trainers available)
Come to us - Public Courses
Just you or a small group?
£65 per person
Public Course Discounts
We come to you - In House Courses
A larger group to train? We will come to your workplace or organise a venue for you.
£420 (up to 12 learners)
No, they will not verify first aid certificates. Your training provider must check that you have the correct first aid qualification before they allow you to do the licence-linked qualification.
Yes, your training provider will accept your existing qualification if it is still valid for a minimum of a year. It must also be on our list of acceptable first aid qualifications.
The SIA said "We have to strike a balance between the need for greater skills, the level of risk, and the cost to you. That is why we chose the basic emergency first aid level."
Yes. They base their qualification requirements on licensable activity. If you are applying for a door supervision or security guarding licence, you must fulfil our first aid requirement before starting your application.
First aid is already mandatory for licensed close protection operatives. They must have the three-day First Aid at Work qualification.
Emergency First Aid at Work or equivalent is not required for public space surveillance (CCTV) or cash and valuables in transit licence holders. Door supervisor and security guard licence applicants will need evidence of their first aid training before they can join a training course.
The new first aid requirement does not change the responsibilities or liabilities of employers or operatives to ensure safe working environments. We are raising the basic required skillset of licence holders, not changing the obligations individuals have to respond in an emergency.
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