Emergency First Aid

This Emergency First Aid at Work training course gives you the knowledge and skills necessary for you to successfully carry out your duties as a first aider in a low-risk environment.

In any situation, apply the DRSABCD Action Plan. DRSABCD stands for: Danger – always check the danger to you, any bystanders and then the injured or ill person.

From £49.99

Course Overview

This course is a professional training course that teaches individuals how to handle first aid-related emergencies in the workplace. This EFAW course is recognized by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and is mandatory for anyone who wishes to become a designated first aider in the workplace. This course can save you both your time and money, through our blended learning delivery approach.


First aid at Work was identified as being a level 3 qualification. This is a 3 day course and looks at the content of an emergency first aid at work course, but includes a host of additional injuries and illnesses making it suitable for higher hazard environments.

level 3 refers to the first aid at work course, which is designed for higher risk workplaces and assigned three credits, because it takes three days (24 hours) to complete. In this course, first-aiders will cover a wider range of skills including a variety of medical conditions , such as how to deal with someone who is having a heart attack or seizure.

 From £118.99


Who should take this course?

This course is ideal for organisations whose needs assessment has identified a requirement for additional first aid training. This might be due to having employees with a disability or a medical condition. It is ideal for those working in high-risk environments such as construction, manufacturing, warehousing, or healthcare.

What will I learn in the FAW course?

The course will cover topics such as:
• how to assess an incident
• how to manage an unresponsive casualty
• how to administer CPR
• how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to carry out a risk assessment
• how to recognize and treat a variety of injuries and medical conditions, including:
• bleeding
• burns
• fractures
• heart attacks
• strokes
• seizures
• choking
In addition to the topics covered in an emergency first aid at work course, this course covers treatment for a variety of injuries and medical conditions.

What are the Differences Between First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work Courses?

There are two types of first aid qualification that certify someone as a first aider: First Aid at Work (FAW) and Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW). First Aid at Work is a Level 3 qualification, while Emergency First Aid at Work is classed as a Level 2 qualification.
The main difference between Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) and First Aid at Work (FAW) is the depth of training. Emergency first aid at work is designed for low-risk workplaces, while first aid at work is designed for higher-risk workplaces. First aid at work also provides comprehensive training for those who are required to be the designated first aider within their workplace.
The First aid at Work course is 3 days long while the emergency First aid at work is only 1 day.
The content of each course also differs, with the First Aid At Work course covering a wider range of topics such as dealing with an unconscious casualty, heart attacks and strokes, and spinal injuries. The emergency first aid at work course covers basic life support, choking, burns and bleeds.

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