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27/08/2014 – Emergency First Aid at Work Training Course

Free to BID businesses

We still have a few spaces available for employees of BID businesses who want to undertake this excellent course which takes place on Monday 1st September in Worcester city centre. Places are limited but if you are interested, please contact info@worcesterbid.com or phone 01905 731612. The course is fully funded by the BID.

The Emergency First Aid at Work course will start at 9:30 (finishing by 4:30) on Monday 1st September and will be held in the training rooms at Unit 16, Lowesmoor Wharf, Worcester.
There will be a short break at lunchtime and a sandwich lunch will be provided.   Tea, coffee and water will be available throughout the day in the training room.

The course consists of 6 contact hours and is suitable for nominated first aiders in a small or low risk environments.

Course content.

* Health & Safety – regarding first aid
* Incident awareness & management
* Priorities of first aid
* Unconscious casualty
* Resuscitation (AED overview)
* Shock
* Choking
* Seizures
* Bleeding
* Common injuries.

All candidates must be fit and well to take part in the course.  Any candidates who have had surgery with in the past 6 months must have consent from their GP to take part in the course.

At the end of the course all candidates with have a written test to complete and will need to obtain an 85% pass rate to obtain their certificate, which will be valid for 3 years.

Certificates will be posted to successful delegates within 6 weeks of completion of the course.

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