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21/02/2014 – First Aid Training

Fully Funded Emergency First Aid at Work
Training Course for employees of BID businesses
Worcester BID are funding an HSE Emergency First Aid at Work course on Monday 24th February and we have a few last minute spaces available. The course is being run via Worcester College of Technology and is free to employees of BID businesses.  Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis (maximum 2 per business).  If you wish to attend the deadline is 12 noon on Saturday 22nd February, see below on how to apply.

Aim of the programme:

To provide a structured training programme that will enable the delegates to obtain knowledge and confidence to deal with a first aid emergency.

Programme Content:
The following topics will be covered and assessed:

  • The principles of first aid
  • The role of the first aider
  • Community with a casualty
  • Minor cuts, grazes & bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters
  • The contents of a first aid kit
  • Reporting and aftercare
  • The unconscious casualty
  • Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation
  • Choking
  • Blood loss and shock


Delivery to take place at Worcester College of Technology premises, Unit 16, Lowesmoor Wharf, Lowesmoor, Worcester on Monday 24th February 2014,  from 9.30 am – 4.30 pm (6 hours), refreshments and lunch to be included to a maximum of 12 attendees.
Certificate of achievement accredited by the FAA Awarding Body upon successful completion of the programme, certification is valid for three years
If you want to book a place, please email info@worcesterbid.com with the names of attendee(s) and your business name. Further details will then be sent before 2pm Saturday 22nd February.


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