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3-Day First Aid at Work – Level 3- 5th, 6th and 7th July

July 5 @ 9:00 am - July 7 @ 4:00 pm

This qualification is for those undertaking the role of a first aider in the workplace. This training supports employers to meet their requirements under the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981.


  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider
  • Be able to assess an incident
  • Be able to provide first aid to an unresponsive casualty
  • Be able to provide first aid to a casualty who is choking
  • Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with external bleeding
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty who is in shock
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with minor injuries
  • Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected injuries to bones, muscles and joints
  • Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected head and spinal injuries
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected chest injuries
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with burns and scalds
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with an eye injury
  • Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with sudden poisoning

More: for more information about this qualification, download the Qualification Specification

Additional information

Role and responsibilities – may include reference to: preventing cross infection, the need for recording incidents and actions, safe use of available equipment, assessing an incident, summoning assistance, prioritising treatment, dealing with post incident stress.

Others may include a casualty receiving first aid, work colleagues, other people within the workplace environment.

Consent – learners should be aware of the need for consent on a continual basis when providing first aid. Implied consent can be assumed when treating an unresponsive casualty.

When necessary – learners should be able to evaluate a situation to determine when to summon further assistance and what type of assistance to request.

When to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation – must include agonal gasps. CPR must include ‘correct placement of AED pads’ and ‘follows AED instructions’.

Recovery position – a position that maintains a stable open draining airway. Administer first aid – provide appropriate help to a casualty, manage the situation and seek appropriate assistance when necessary.

Seizure – relates to a generalised seizure. First aiders should be suspicious of cardiac arrest in any casualty presenting with seizure.

Shock – hypovolaemic shock (resulting from blood loss).



The qualification is available to learners aged 14 or over but a learner is unable to act as a First Aider in the workplace until they reach the age of 16. Due to the practical nature of the first aid assessment there are physical demands and learners must be able to demonstrate their skills as in a real-life situation. An example of this would be to demonstrate CPR on a manikin at floor level. It is recommended that learners should hold a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or equivalent to undertake this qualification. It may be possible to allocate a reasonable adjustment to a learner who has a disability, medical condition or learning need; learners should contact their training provider to discuss. Any reasonable adjustments granted must be in line with the FAA Reasonable Adjustments Policy.


The qualification is valid for three years from the date of achievement. It is strongly recommended by the Health and Safety Executive that the learner attends annual refresher training.

COVID-19 Safe Distance Learning

We would like to re-assure our clients that our trainers are promoting a safe and hygienic environment in the training room when delivering training. This will include delegates regularly being asked to wipe their hands with alcohol based sanitiser. When carrying out CPR on the manikins the trainer has Alcohol wipes, trionic wipes and CPR Face shields as advised by our awarding body.

At present, the UK Government have made the provision that, during this period of strict lockdown, all learners should be able to access education. As the delivery of regulated qualifications falls under the description of “education”, our industry is able to continue operating – however it must do so under strict safety requirements.

Reasonable Adjustments

Learners are required to complete the assessments in a manner appropriate to the purpose of the qualification. The prescribed assessment methods for this qualification should not unfairly disadvantage learners who would otherwise be able to demonstrate competence in line with the purpose of the qualification. Learners should contact their centre to discuss reasonable adjustment if they feel the prescribed assessment methods would disadvantage them.


July 5 @ 9:00 am
July 7 @ 4:00 pm


Daria Spencer
0333 3583480
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Upton Community Centre
Hough Green Road
Widnes, WA8 4PF
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