First Aid at Work Re-qualification Course in Moorgate, London (Classroom)

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2-Day First Aid at Work Re-qualification Course in Moorgate, London

The 2-day First Aid at Work Re-qualification course is ideal for those who need to refresh or re-qualify an existing First aid at work certification. Book online today with UK wide dates available.

Delivery Method

This First Aid at Work Re-qualification course is delivered in a physical training venue is Moorgate, London, EC2Y 9AL.

What is an Emergency First Aid at Work Course?

First Aid at Work Re-qualification (FAWR) is a 2-day training course for first aiders that need their existing First aid at work certificate to be refreshed for another three years. The course revisits all the topics the initial 3-day course; giving learners the opportunity to practice skills they may not have used, updating learners on any clinical changes and making sure that first aiders are still capable of helping safely in a first aid situation

Our First Aid at Work Re-qualification course:

  • meets the Health and Safety Executives requirements for first aid in the workplace
  • is widely recognised as a level 3 first aid qualification.

The training covers a range of essential first aid skills that are suitable for larger or higher hazard workplaces, such as construction, manufacturing and some healthcare settings.

Refreshing your first aid skills will equip you with the knowledge you need to respond quickly and confidently if someone becomes unwell or is injured in the workplace. If your certificate has already expired, you should not act as a first aider in your workplace until you have requalified.

It is recommended that if your certificate has expired by more than a month, you should consider a full 3-day First aid at work course to ensure you have sufficient time and opportunity to build your confidence and update your first aid at work skills fully.

Your Free Mental Health for First Aiders Course

All First Aid at Work Re-qualification learners have access to a free online 30-minute Mental health for first aiders course, once they have completed their first aid at work course.

2024 HSE guidance introduces the inclusion of mental health considerations within first aid needs assessments to identify additional training requirements. As a first aider, you may also be required to support someone with mental ill health. It is therefore important to be able to take appropriate action to help promptly, safely, and effectively.

This short course is a continuation of your First aid at work learning and an introduction to Mental health at work training. It is not a mandatory part of your first aid at work course and does not impact your first aid certification.

Why Choose to Train with Us?

For more than 40 years, Red Cross Training has been providing training to businesses, with a focus on regulated training for the workplace such as first aid, fire marshal and mental health training.

Our First aid at work course utilises expert knowledge gained from years of experience in the first aid industry, from training, to providing first aid cover for major events and supporting the NHS ambulance services.

Did you know that:

  • the British Red Cross are one of the recognised standard setters for first aid at work in the Health and Safety (first aid) regulation 1981 guidance
  • we are one of three authors of the current edition of the first-aid manual, which is recognised as one of the main sources for current first aid guidelines in the UK
  • we consistently meet customer requirements and enhance customer satisfaction as demonstrated by our ISO 9001:2015 accreditation; a globally recognised standard for quality management systems (QMS).

What Does First Aid at Work Re-qualification Cover?

This 2-day First Aid at Work Re-qualification course covers everything you learned on the initial 3-day First aid at Work course, but assumes learners have a level of understanding from their previous training, meaning the topics will be covered more quickly. The following topics are covered include helping a casualty who:

  • is unresponsive and breathing
  • is unresponsive and not breathing, including how to use of an automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • is choking
  • is feeling faint
  • is bleeding, including life-threatening bleeding and the use of haemostatic dressings and tourniquets
  • is suffering shock and internal bleeding
  • has been poisoned
  • has a head injury
  • has hypothermia, heat exhaustion or heat stroke
  • has an injury to a bone, muscle or joint (including spinal injuries).

Learners will also be able to help a casualty who is having a:

  • seizure
  • heart attack including the administration of aspirin
  • angina attack
  • stroke
  • asthma attack
  • severe allergic reaction
  • diabetic emergency.

The course also includes information on:

  • assessing a casualty
  • monitoring a casualty
  • where to get help
  • electrical incidents
  • accident recording and reporting
  • the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH).

Learning and Assessment

How are learners assessed?

Learners are continuously evaluated during the course through a variety of hands-on demonstrations, interactive question and answer sessions, quizzes, and engaging activities like roleplay. These activities are designed to guide and assist learners in gaining the necessary skills and ensure they can apply their knowledge safely within their workplace.

How long is a First Aid at Work Re-qualification certificate valid for?

Upon successfully completing the course, learners will be awarded a First aid at work re-qualification certificate from the British Red Cross. This qualification remains valid for a period of three years.

How long is the First Aid at Work Re-qualification course?

The HSE require learners to complete 12 hours of learning, not including breaks. Our courses usually run from 9.15 to 4.45 which includes a 1-hour lunch and 2 short 15min breaks. Learners are asked to arrive at the course at 9am to allow time for registration, late arrivals may be refused entry to the course.

Entry Requirements

The role of a first aider can be physically and emotionally challenging. It is important you select individuals who you feel will be able to act quickly and effectively in a first aid emergency situation.

Learners will need to demonstrate their ability to use the skills covered on the course to receive the First aid at work qualification.

Suitable for learners over the age of 16.

It is your responsibility to ensure you have previously held a full 3-day First Aid at Work certificate; on successful completion of this course any certificate issued without this prior training will be invalid.

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Red Cross Training is one of the UK’s leading first aid training providers, with over 40 years’ experience delivering first aid courses for the workplace.

We offer a wide range of first aid, mental health, and health and safety courses to suit your business needs. Our training is developed entirely by us, ensuring we provide the highest standard of training from course design to delivery.

We are the trusted brand used by thousands of UK customers and have a customer satisfaction rating of 99 per cent. Our team is ISO 9001: 2015 certified and we are acknowledged by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as a standard setter for First aid at work training.

Envico Limited is an independent intermediary working in association with British Red Cross. Envico is not accredited by or associated with the HSE or any other examination body or institution in any way. All courses advertised on this website are advertised and delivered by independent and established accredited or approved training providers.