First Aid Training Courses

Ensuring Safety and Preparedness

Welcome to our comprehensive selection of First Aid Training Courses, designed to equip individuals with the essential knowledge and skills to respond effectively in emergency situations. Our courses cater to a diverse range of needs, from basic first aid skills to advanced life-saving techniques.

Emergency First Aid at Work

Acquire the skills necessary to respond confidently to a range of workplace emergencies. This course is ideal for employees who need a basic understanding of first aid procedures in their professional environment.

Annual First Aid Refresher

Stay up-to-date with the latest first aid protocols and refresh your skills annually. This course is essential for individuals who have previously completed first aid training and want to maintain their proficiency.


Learn crucial life-saving techniques, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the proper use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs). Be prepared to intervene in cardiac emergencies.

First Aid at Work

A comprehensive course designed for individuals in workplaces where a higher level of first aid knowledge and response capability is required. Gain the skills to manage a variety of injuries and illnesses in the workplace.

First Aid at Work Requalification

For those who have previously completed the First Aid at Work course, this requalification ensures that your skills remain current and compliant with the latest standards.

Emergency paediatric First Aid

Tailored for those working with or responsible for children, this course focuses on paediatric-specific first aid techniques. Be prepared to address common childhood emergencies with confidence.

Appointed Person

Gain the knowledge required to act as the designated first aid point of contact in your workplace. This course covers the fundamentals of providing initial assistance until professional help arrives.

Meeting Your Training Needs

The training offered will change over different periods of the year and in relation to changes in practice, we need to keep this fresh & up to date.