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Course Dates for the ITC - Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work qualification.

ITC - Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work Training Course Dates

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Category: First-Aid

Level: Beginner

This qualification indicates an individual can undertake the role of First Aider in the Workplace that may have been identified by a workplace risk assessment, and can be relied upon by employers to satisfy the due diligence requirements of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for FAW training providers.

The qualification will benefit all who need to be introduced to emergency first aid in the workplace and those who require requalification training in emergency first aid in the workplace.

Successful completion of the course will result in knowledge and skills that have been identified by the HSE for the safe, effective and prompt treatment of injuries and illness in the workplace.

Employers have to risk assess their workplace first aid requirements and the 3-day First Aid at Work (FAW) qualification is one of the statutory qualifications for this purpose.

Successful completion will result in the knowledge and skills that have been identified by the HSE for the management of emergency incidents and the treatment of illness and injuries in the workplace.

Topics include; 

  • roles & responsibilities
  • dealing with collapse (with and without breathing)
  • choking
  • bleeding
  • shock
  • seizures
  • minor workplace incidents
  • major illnesses
  • common and serious workplace injuries
  • poisoning
  • anaphylactic shock
  • burns treatment
  • eye injuries and using first aid kit.

Typical delivery methods are predominantly practical and the course is assessed by continual observation of candidate performance.

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