First-Aid at Work Training (3-day course)
The HABC level 3 first aid work (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification specially designed to those who want to work as a first aider at their workplace. This is ideal for those who have a specific responsibility to provide first aid in voluntary and community activities.
- The role of the first aider
- Head injuries
- Managing an emergency
- Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations
- Communication and casualty care
- Low blood sugar
- Bleeding (minor and severe)
- Resuscitation (adult CPR)
- Bone, muscle, and joint injuries
- Seizures (adult)
- Burns and scalds.
- Severe allergic reaction
- Chest pains (including heart attack)
- Choking (adult)
- Spinal injuries
- Eye injuries
- Unresponsive casualty
- Defibrillator prompts and how to respond.
- Assess injuries caused by electrical accidents.
- Defibrillator pad placement
- Manage injuries caused by electrical accidents.
Emergency First Aid at Work (1-Day)
We are delighted to offer you the Emergency First Aid at Work Training Course.The course contents are designed to meet the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) requirements of the Emergency First Aiders.
- Health and safety (first aid) regulations
- Managing an incident
- The priorities of First Aid
- Treatment of an unconscious casualty
- Resuscitation, Shock and Choking
- Seizures, Bleeding & Common Workplace Injuries
Benefits of First Aid Course:
- It can save lives
- It reduces the number of workplace accidents
- It creates a safer working environment
- It can reduce recovery time
- It can keep employees safe outside of the workplace
From 1 April 2021, all the applicants for a Door Supervisor or Security Guard licence must have done Emergency First aid at work training or equivalent. The certificate must be valid at least one year from the course start date or if you are applying for a license for the first time.
On successful completion of this training course, you will receive an HSE accredited certification from the awarding body. The First AId Training completion qualification certification is verified by the awarding body. As SIA does not verify First Aid Certificates, your training provider checks that you have the correct First Aid Qualification before they allow you to do the licence linked qualification.
Your training provider also accepts the existing qualification certificate if it has a validity of a minimum of 1 year, but it must be in the list of First Aid Qualifications.
Assessment: There will be no formal examination but you will be assessed by a qualified HSE Approved trainer.
Are you thinking to participate in First-Aid at Work training?
- 1 Day Course(Emergency First-Aid at Work)
- 3-Day Course(First-Aid at Work)
Our Contact Details
01252 36 46 91
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do I need to send my first aid certificate to the SIA?
No, SIA does not verify first aid certificates. Your training provider checks that you have the correct First-Aid qualification before they allow you to do the licence-linked qualification.
I have an existing and valid first aid qualification. Can I present my existing qualification certificate?
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.
Why did the SIA choose the basic Emergency First Aid at Work over full first aid at work qualification?
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 at Work.
Does the first aid requirement apply to security guards who are not public facing?
Yes. We base our qualification requirements on licensable activity. If you are applying for Door Supervisor 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.