Why should I do a Re-Qualification First Aid Course
Once the certificate has expired, the company can no longer allow the person named on the first aid certificate to be appointed the company’s first aider; this could be a breach of the Health and Safety at Work act 1974. Having an expired certificate is why you should sit our Re-Qualification first aid course to align with standard Health and Safety.
The Level Three two-day first aid re-qualification (or a first aid refresher) is open to anybody with a valid first aid at work training certificate; however, the certificate mustn’t have expired by more than 28 days. If so, the candidate must resit the entire three-day first aid at work training course instead.
Our training academy in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire can deliver this two-day re-qualification first aid course to up to twelve candidates, or we can provide the training at a suitable venue of your choosing.
The course is delivered over two days and is an ongoing assessment meaning there is no end-of-course test. You will be required to carry out practical exercises throughout the day to demonstrate your understanding of our Re-Qualification First Aid Course. You will also be required to complete some theory questions, which can be given verbally to disabled candidates if requested; however, prior notice will need to be delivered to arrange this.
Once your two-day first aid re-qualification course is complete then, Allta will email you login details to your dashboard, where you can download your first aid manual and have the chance to receive first aid video refreshers every week! Upon completing your course, you will receive a full A4 and a credit card size certificate for your wallet.
Seeking out more information on our first aid refresher course? Then please speak to one of our team members at Allta!
Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Heart Attacks and CPR
One Rescuer CPR
Compressions only CPR
CPR Handover to a Second Rescuer
Introduction to AED’s
First Aid at Work Regulations and Rules
Activating Emergency Medical Services
Fears of First Aid
Barriers – gloves and face barriers
Initial Assessment and airway management
Unconscious Breathing and Recovery Position
Specific Injury Management
Breaks, Fractures and Splinting
Strains and Sprains
Types of Wounds and Practice Bandaging different Injuries
Burns and Scalds
Temperature Injuries – Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion and Hypothermia
Bites and Stings
The Respiratory System and Hypoxia
Asthma and Respiratory Problems
Other Primary Care First Aid Problems
Adult Choking, Conscious and Unconscious
Serious Bleeding Management and Wounds
Shock Management and types of Shock
Spinal Injury Management