SCL First Aid Training provides first aid training courses for the workplace, including the First Aid at Work (FAW) and Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) training courses. We also deliver Paediatric First Aid training courses for schools and nurseries, meeting the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) requirements, Outdoor First Aid Training courses that meet NGB requirements and courses for Sports and Leisure. Based in Market Harborough, Leicester, on the Northamptonshire, Leicestershire border, we are ideally based to service Leicester and Northampton, the East Midlands, West Midlands and the UK.
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This new Emergency First Aid at Work course was introduced by the HSE on October 1st 2009 and has been developed to replace the longer First Aid at Work course for low hazard environments. This course gives participants essential lifesaving techniques.
This course is for those who might have to identify and manage emergency situations or manage minor everyday occurrences when looking after young children. This qualification meets Ofsted requirements for those working in early years settings and uses the criteria for effective paediatric first aid training found in Appendix 1 of The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Practice Guidance document.
The full First Aid at Work qualification is revalidated by completing a 12-hour Revalidation First Aid at Work (FAWR) course, providing the FAW certificate is within its valid lifetime. (The FAWR qualification can be taken up to 3 months before date of expiry or within 28 days past expiry of FAW).
This course is the first day (6 hours) of the Paediatric First Aid Award. It is suitable for those who require knowledge and skills of emergency first aid for children and babies.
Employers have to risk assess their workplace first aid requirements and the 3-day First Aid is at Work (FAW) qualification is one of the statutory qualifications for this purpose. FAW training is delivered by SCL on behalf of Immediate Temporary Care, an HSE approved training organisation, HSE approval number 1670/96 The content is prescribed by the HSE and all candidates must attend the full 18-hours contact time in order to fulfill the qualification ‘license to practice’ requirement.
This course in an annual 3.5-hour essential life saving skills refresher.