First Aid Requalification
First Aid Requalification is a training course for delegates who need to renew their First Aid at Work certificate to remain as a qualified first-aider.
How long is the First Aid Requalification course?
The FAWR course is two days long, this equates to around 14-hours of learning
Who should attend the First Aid Requalification?
Delegates who need to renew their First Aid at Work qualification should attend this course.
Is the First Aid Requalification course accredited?
Yes, this course is Highfield accredited
When does my First Aid Requalification certificate expire?
You have up to three years and 28 days to renew you First Aid certificate. To requalify, you must attend the course again.
This course can only be completed in the classroom.
Public Classroom Courses
Classroom-delivered First Aid Requalification courses are delivered in our venues across the country. Our open course dates are available to book directly over the phone or online through our website. Like the 3-day course, the requalification course is delivered in a classroom by a tutor. We will arrange the room to have a clear floor space where the practical parts of the course can be delivered.
Take a look at our upcoming public course dates here.
Unfortunately, we cannot deliver the First Aid at Work Requalification course online. This course can only be delivered in the classroom. Delegates will not be able to complete the practical elements over video-call.
We can also deliver the First Aid at Work Requalification course as an in-house course specifically to your company. If you have a group of employees who are all due to renew their certificates, this course is ideal for you. We can also tailor the course content to include industry-relevant examples to help encourage discussion between the delegates attending.
To enquire, fill out the in-house enquiry form on this page. Once you have enquired, we will be in contact to provide you with a quote.
This course is for people who have previously attended the three day First Aid at Work course and have a certificate which is about to expire. Delegates must also have a good knowledge of written and spoken English and be ages 18 or over.
What does the First Aid Requalification course cover?
The content covered in the 2-day First Aid Requalification course is a summary of the longer and more in-depth ‘First Aid at Work’ course. The tutor delivers the course through a variety of case studies and group discussions. You will also take part in practical exercises after tutorials from the tutor.
On completion of the course, the delegate will have refreshed knowledge of how to provide emergency attention to victims of illness or injury until a medical professional arrives.
What is required to pass the First Aid Requalification training course?
This qualification is assessed through practical demonstration and a multiple-choice theory test. The tutor will also continually evaluate the delegates understanding over the two days of the course.
Is this course CITB Grant claimable?
No, unfortunately, this course is not CITB Grant claimable. View our CITB Approved Training Organisation page for more information on what courses you can claim from and how to claim here.
Delegates will requalify for the First Aid at Work certificate every three years by reattending this refresher course. To refresh your knowledge in between courses, you can also complete the First Aid at Work eLearning course.