This is our most popular course delivered for the low hazard workplace, for you and for your team. You’ll learn so much from front-line staff who have been there and done it for real. You’ll learn how to deal with Unconsciousness, CPR, Defibrillators Spinal Injuries, Heart Attacks, Strokes, Burns, Fractures and much more. This course is guaranteed to give you the extra confidence and knowledge to deal with real emergencies when the occur, minor or major, and can be tailored to your specific industry or sector.
This is a more in-depth course for the high hazard workplace. This is a three-day course and covers emergency first aid in a deeper level of detail. This course would be ideal for higher risk areas of work that require a greater knowledge of emergency first aid such as agriculture, construction and factories. You will learn lots of life saving skills and medical conditions that will make you the most competent first aider on scene.
This course is specially designed for schools and organisations that have school age children under their care. We’ll train your teachers, classroom assistants and support staff on what to do in a child first aid emergency. The course follows the OFSTED, DFE, HSE and EYFS guidelines. This is based on the one day 6-hour paediatric course and is perfect for school staff. Early years foundation staff may need the 12-hour Paediatirc course. If you are a parent or guardian you might want to organise a Parents First Aid course.
Do you and your staff work with young children or newly qualified in level two or three early years childcare? This course concentrates on paediatric first aid treatment and follows the OFSTED, DFE, HSE and EYFS guidelines. This is the one day 6-hour paediatric course and is perfect for school staff. Early years foundation staff and nursery staff may need the 12-hour Paediatirc course. If you are a parent or guardian you might want to organise a Parents First Aid course.
Working with children has to be one of the best jobs in the world. This course is designed for nursery staff, childminders, nannies and early years foundation staff and follows the OFSTED and EYFS guidelines. You’ll learn paediatric first aid in depth and cover a range of childhood illnesses.
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is the ONLY thing that will bring someone back to life following a cardiac arrest. Basic Life Support (BLS) is also a vital part. There are 250 cardiac arrests per day in the UK, so let us teach you how to use an AED. It’s not a very long course, because an AED is easier to use than a calculator. You turn it on, a voice then tells you what to do from then on and it decides whether to shock them. Easy.
Can you and your team remember all the important skills that you learned on your first aid course last year or the year before? Let’s face it, it’s hard to remember procedures if you aren’t doing it all the time, so it’s a good idea to do a refresher every year to keep you up to date. We cover all of the important skills in this 3-hour refresher.
It’s essential to know how to treat your own child in a first aid emergency, but unless you have been on a course with your place of work, you probably would not know what to do. On our 3-hour Parents First Aid Course you’ll learn the essential skills of treating choking, bleeding, unconsiousness, resucitation and childhood illnesses.
You can only take this course if you hold an in-date First Aid at Work (3 Day) certificate. This course is to keep that qualification up to date so that you don’t have to repeat the whole three days.
Every member of the public should know what to do if somebody dropped into a cardiac arrest. It’s a dream of ours at Premedic that one day, if you suffered a cardiac arrest, every person around you will jump to your rescue. But let’s start with you or your staff firstly, that’s one step towards our dream. CPR is so vitally important in a cardiac arrest as it keeps your organs alive whilst your heart is unable to. But we’ll also learn what to do if they are just unconscious and not in cardiac arrest which is probably more likely.
Life Saving Should be Part of the National Curriculum. Don’t you agree? Every child in this country should be taught basic lifesaving skills in the last few years of primary school. That’s why we came up with Junior Paramedics. We want to go to all primary schools, out of school clubs and kids evening clubs to show them how to save a life. Don’t worry, we won’t give them nightmares!
If nothing above suits your first aid needs then we can make a course up from what you require. So say you only wanted to do a course on bleeding, or just on head injuries that’s no problem. Or you wanted to do just a couple of things that are dangerous in your workplace, but not normal first aid course subjects, we can research them and make the course. Just give us a call or drop us a line and we’ll come up with something. We can only do this for groups by the way.