When do I need a First Aid Requal?
First Aid Requal
Why do I need a First Aid Requal? Plenty of people have completed their First Aid at Work course and soon forget when their certificate expires. This then could lead to the qualification becoming invalid if they overrun their three years without requalifying. If so you will not have any evidence showing that they have the competence to provide First Aid.
If you have a First Aid certificate you must take notice of the date of the certificate. After three years your qualification will expire and you will need to sit a 2-day requalification course.
Other First Aid Courses
A three-day course aimed at those who want to become the appointed person for an organisation. This course is a much more in-depth version out of the Highfield courses.
A one-day course designed for anyone who wants to gain first aid skills in a low-risk environment. The course includes how to deal with basic cuts and bruises and how to communicate with the casualty.
This two-day course will give attendees the knowledge of how to apply first aid to children. This is an Ofsted recognised course, this is a vital certificate to have when working with children. The course contains elements of theory and practical work.
AED Training shows the delegate how to use an automatic diagnosis of heart attacks the Automated External Defibrillator. The AED is a common alternative to the use of CPR. The machine uses the method of therapy with electrical pulses to help the casualty retain a regular heartbeat.Back to News View Our Courses