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Emergency First Aid at Work Courses & Training - Online Providers in the UK

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Which emergency first aid training at work courses are available from The Mandatory Training Group?

  • Paediatric First Aid Awareness Live Webinar - Level 2
  • Paediatric First Aid Awareness - Level 2 - Online CPD Certified Course
  • Paediatric First Aid Annual Refresher - Level 3 - Online CPDUK Accredited
  • First Aid Awareness (Adult) Live Webinar - Level 2
  • First Aid Awareness (Adults) - Level 2 - Online Training Course
  • Care Certificate Standard 12 - E-Learning Course - CPDUK Accredited
  • Care Certificate Standard 12 - e-Trainer Pack - CPDUK Accredited
  • Basic Life Support - E-Learning Course - Level 1 - CPDUK Accredited
  • Anaphylaxis Training for Nurseries - Level 2 - CPD Accredited
  • Paediatric First Aid - Level 3 - E-Learning Course - CPDUK Certified
  • First Aid at Work - Level 3 - Online Training Course - CPDUK Accredited
  • Emergency First Aid at Work - Level 3 - Online Course - CPDUK Certified
  • Providing Mental Health First Aid in Specific Circumstances - Level 2 - CPDUK Accredited
  • Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace - Level 2 - Online Course - CPDUK Accredited
  • First Aid, CPR and AED Awareness Level 2 - Online Training Course - CPDUK Accredited
  • Understanding the Role of a Mental Health First Aider - Level 2 - CPDUK Certified
  • Dealing with a Mental Health Emergency in the Workplace - Level 2 - Online CPDUK Accredited
  • Basic Life Support - e-Trainer Pack - CPDUK Accredited
  • Introduction to Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace - Level 2 - CPDUK Certified
  • First Aid within the Dental Environment - Enhanced Dental CPD Course
  • First Aid Requirements - Enhanced Dental CPD Course - CPDUK Accredited
  • Care Certificate Standard 12 - Train the Trainer Course + Trainer Pack
  • Basic Life Support - Train the Trainer Course + Trainer Pack.

What is the importance of emergency first aid at work training courses?

The vast majority of people wouldn’t know what to do if someone required emergency attention such as:

  • Choking
  • Drowning
  • Having an allergic reaction
  • Fainted
  • In shock
  • Having a seizure
  • Have a burn or scald
  • Having a heart attack
  • Broken a bone
  • Wounds and bleeding.

Worse yet, what if it was a family member or friend that required attention? Would you know what to do? Not all work environments have a first aid kit to hand, let alone the correct contents.

What is ‘emergency first aid at work’?

The goal of emergency first aid is to ensure that casualties receive the assistance they require in the critical minutes before emergency services arrive. Emergency First Aid training guarantees that first responders have the information and skills necessary to give this assistance.

What age groups are covered in emergency first aid at work courses?

Emergency first aid work focuses mainly on emergencies in adult casualties in the workplace. However, the key principles apply in all age groups, including infants, babies and children. Those working with children will have to complete the relevant paediatric first aid training courses or qualifications.

Who needs emergency first aid at work training?

Emergency First Aid at Work is suitable for employees in most sectors, including:

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Employees
  • Volunteer staff.

As well as anyone who is interested in learning first aid, from basic everyday skills to coping with emergencies.

Who should attend emergency first aid at work courses?

This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid. It is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments, such as small offices. The course covers first aid protocols for adult casualties only.

What is the HSE guidance for emergency first-aid at work training providers?

This guidance is written to reflect the optional four-layer framework for first-aid provision that has been in place for many years. The framework will help employers to comply with the Regulations by providing 'off-the-peg' levels of provision. These layers are:

  • appointed person (AP)
  • emergency first aid at work (EFAW)
  • first aid at work (FAW)
  • additional training.

You may choose not to use this optional framework and use an alternative means to demonstrate compliance with your needs assessment. The thinking behind this guidance, however, applies equally to whatever level of training you choose (unless alternative guidance is provided for specific instances).

What is an emergency first-aider?

A first-aider is someone who has undertaken training appropriate to the circumstances. They must hold a valid certificate of competence in either:

  • first aid at work
  • emergency first aid at work
  • any other level of training or qualification that is appropriate to the circumstances.

What should employers consider regarding emergency first aid at work qualifications?

Employers must consider the following:

  • Employers can use the findings of their first-aid needs assessment to decide the appropriate level to which first-aiders should be trained.
  • Emergency first aid at work (EFAW) training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work.
  • First aid at work training includes the EFAW syllabus and also equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illness.
  • To help keep their basic skills up to date, it is strongly recommended that first-aiders undertake annual refresher training.
  • Certificates for the purposes of first aid at work last for three years. Before their certificates expire, first-aiders will need to undertake a requalification course as appropriate, to obtain another three-year certificate. Once certificates have expired the first aider is no longer considered to be competent to act as a workplace first aider.

How many emergency first-aiders does an employer need?

The findings of an employer's first-aid needs assessment will help them decide how many first-aiders are required. There are no hard and fast rules on exact numbers and they will need to take into account all the relevant circumstances of their particular workplace.

Can legal action be taken against emergency first-aiders?

It is very unlikely that any action would be taken against a first-aider who was using the first-aid training they have received. HSE cannot give any specific advice on this issue as it does not fall within HSE's statutory powers.

It is recommended that you seek legal advice, or advice from your employer's insurance brokers on whether their policies cover first-aiders' liability.

How are emergency first aid at work training courses delivered?

How long is an emergency first aid at work course?

An emergency first aid at work e-learning course takes around 6 hours to complete.

What is covered in emergency first aid at work courses?

All incidents are covered in emergency first aid at work courses, from minor injuries to life-threatening situations. Here is a breakdown of what an emergency first aid at work course should cover:

  1. What is first aid?
  2. Roles and responsibilities of a first aider
  3. Who to call to get help?
  4. What should be in a first aid kit?
  5. Primary survey
  6. Recovery position
  7. Secondary assessment
  8. Heart attack
  9. CPR on a person
  10. Seizures
  11. Choking
  12. Blood loss and shock
  13. Amputations, penetrating injuries and objects in wounds
  14. Bandages
  15. Head injuries
  16. Burns
  17. Minor injuries
  18. Anaphylaxis.

What are the key steps to delivering emergency first aid at work training?

When dealing with a casualty, it is important to perform a primary survey as outlined below:

  • Danger
  • Response
  • Shout for help
  • Airway
  • Breathing
  • Check circulation and perform CPR if the casualty isn’t breathing.

How is emergency first aid at work training delivered?

There are many different ways to deliver emergency first aid at work training, including:

  • E-learning
  • Online blended learning
  • Classroom learning
  • Video link learning.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, training providers have adapted their emergency first aid at work training courses to ensure safety. Ofqual, who regulate the first aid qualifications in England, recommended that training providers must use blended learning, whereby learners complete their theory training online, then practical assessment via video link or recorded videos of learners completing the practical aspects, for example, primary survey or cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Why is emergency first aid at work training important?

The importance of emergency first aid at work cannot be understated. Emergency first aid training courses teach delegates how to be more safety conscious, which can assist to prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future. Employees becoming more aware of safe practices is the key to lowering risk and reducing occurrences.

How is emergency first aid at work training accredited?

Emergency first aid at work courses is accredited by:

  • CPDUK
  • Skills for Health
  • Skills for Care
  • CSTF
  • The Resus Council.

What is the role of the workplace aider?

The role of the workplace aider is to:

  • Quickly and calmly assess the issue
  • Avoid harming yourself or others
  • Treat the victim and call for assistance.

Does emergency first aid at work differ from normal first aid at work?

Yes, the First Aid at Work training is for high-risk workplaces such as:

  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Warehousing
  • Construction
  • Chemicals.

As well as workplaces with a range of underlying health concerns including (but not restricted to):

  • Heart problems
  • Diabetes
  • Anaphylaxis
  • High blood pressure.

Whereas, Emergency First Aid at Work is designed for low-risk workplaces. It can also be used for staff required to be emergency first aiders or to support a designated first aider trained via the First Aid at Work course.

Does emergency first aid at work differ from paediatric first aid?

The key distinction between emergency first aid at work and paediatric first aid is how first aid is administered in various situations. For example, resuscitation is performed differently on a child in comparison to an adult.

Another big difference is the emphasis. For example, both courses will cover choking and allergies but they are more likely in children so that content should be of greater priority in a paediatric course. 

What should a first aid box include?

  • Plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes
  • Small, medium and large sterile gauze dressings
  • At least 2 sterile eye dressings
  • Triangular bandages
  • Crêpe rolled bandages
  • Safety pins
  • Disposable sterile gloves
  • Tweezers
  • Scissors
  • Alcohol-free cleansing wipes
  • Sticky tape
  • Distilled water for cleaning wounds
  • Eyewash and eye bath
  • Foil blanket.

Emergency First Aid  at Work Training Courses in England and Wales

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of online Emergency First Aid  training courses, eLearning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in all UK regions, including:

London, Greater London (South East of England) | Birmingham, West Midlands | Glasgow, Scotland | Liverpool, Merseyside (North West) | Bristol, South West England | Manchester, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Sheffield, South Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Leeds, West Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Edinburgh, Scotland | Leicester, Leicestershire (East Midlands) | Coventry & Warwickshire (West Midlands) | Bradford, West Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Cardiff, South Glamorgan (Wales) | Belfast, County Antrim/County Down (Northern Ireland) | Dublin (Republic of Ireland) | Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (East Midlands) | Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear (North East England) | Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (West Midlands) | Southampton, Hampshire (South East) | Derby, Derbyshire (East Midlands) | Brighton, East Sussex (South East England) | Portsmouth, Hampshire (South East England) | Plymouth, Devon (South West England) | Northampton, Northamptonshire (East Midlands) | Reading, Berkshire (South East England) | Luton, Bedfordshire (East of England) | Wolverhampton, West Midlands | Bolton, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Aberdeen, Scotland | Bournemouth, Dorset (South West England) | Norwich, Norfolk (East of England) | Swindon, Wiltshire (South West England) | Swansea, West Glamorgan (Wales) | Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire (South East England) | Southend-on-Sea, Essex (East of England) | Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (East of England) | Sunderland, Tyne and Wear (North East England) | Warrington, Cheshire (North West England) | Huddersfield, West Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Slough, Berkshire (South East England) | Oxford, Oxfordshire (South East England) | York, North Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Poole, Dorset (South West England) | Ipswich, Suffolk (East of England) | Telford, Shropshire (West Midlands) | Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (East of England) | Dundee, Scotland | Gloucester, Gloucestershire (South West England) | Blackpool, Lancashire (North West England) | Birkenhead, Merseyside (North West England) | Watford, Hertfordshire (East of England) | Sale, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Colchester, Essex (East of England) | Newport, Gwent (Wales) | Solihull, West Midlands | High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (South East England) | Exeter, Devon (South West England) | Gateshead, Tyne and Wear (North East England) | Blackburn, Lancashire (North West England) | Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (South West England) | Maidstone, Kent (South East England) | Chelmsford, Essex (East of England) | Salford, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Basildon, Essex (East of England) | Doncaster, South Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Basingstoke, Hampshire (South East England) | Worthing, West Sussex (South East England) | Eastbourne, East Sussex (South East England) | Crawley, West Sussex (South East England) | Rochdale, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Rotherham, South Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Stockport, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Gillingham, Kent (South East England) | Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands | Woking, Surrey (South East England) | Wigan, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Lincoln, Lincolnshire (East Midlands) | Oldham, Greater Manchester (North West England) | Wakefield, West Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | St Helens, Merseyside (North West England) | Worcester, Worcestershire (West Midlands) | Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire (East of England) | Bath, Somerset (South West England) | Preston, Lancashire (North West England) | Raleigh, Essex (East of England) | Barnsley, South Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Stevenage, Hertfordshire (East of England) | Hastings, East Sussex (South East England) | Southport, Merseyside (North West England) | Darlington, County Durham (North East England) | Bedford, Bedfordshire (East of England) | Halifax, West Yorkshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Hartlepool, County Durham (North East England) | Chesterfield, Derbyshire (East Midlands) | Nuneaton, Warwickshire (West Midlands) | Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire (Yorkshire Humber) | Weston-super-Mare, Somerset (South West England) | Chester, Cheshire (North West England) | St Albans, Hertfordshire (East of England) | Douglas, Isle of Man | Saint Peter Port, Guernsey | Saint Helier, Jersey | Newport, Isle of Wight | Gibraltar (British Overseas Territory).

Click here to find out more about The Mandatory Training Group’s eLearning courses, including online Emergency First Aid training courses and online learning programmes and Ofqual qualifications in the UK.

What are the standards of emergency first aid at work training providers?

From 1 October 2013 HSE no longer approves training and qualifications for the purposes of first aid at work.

Training organisations who were formerly 'Approved' by HSE to deliver First Aid at Work Training can no longer claim to be HSE Approved or use their HSE Approval number.

The flexibility arising from the changes in the Regulations gives employers more choice in the first aid training they provide for their employees and who they choose to provide it.

An employer will need to undertake varying levels of due diligence (reasonable enquiry or investigation) into how they select a first aid training provider.

What are the criteria for emergency first aid at work training?

All first aid training providers will need to be able – and should be prepared to demonstrate how they satisfy certain criteria set by HSE. These criteria include:

  • the qualifications expected of trainers and assessors
  • monitoring and quality assurance systems
  • teaching and standards of first-aid practice
  • syllabus content
  • certification.

Training organisations should also meet the criteria set by the principles of assessment for first aid qualifications.

These principles of assessment for first aid training expand on:

  • competence and qualifications of first aiders
  • the quality assurance systems required
  • how training is delivered
  • how training is assessed.

Satisfying these criteria will demonstrate to employers that you are competent to deliver first aid training. Clarity in this area will help employers comply with the law, as the Health and Safety at Work Act clearly places a duty on them to select a competent training provider.

HSE cannot advise on the quality of individual training providers or the service they provide. Similarly HSE cannot advise on the standard of quality assurance systems that a training provider may have in place. These are matters for the employer.

What are the requirements for emergency first aid at work training courses?

If an employer has identified that first-aiders are needed in their workplace, they must ensure that those identified to be first aiders undertake training appropriate to the need - typically this may be first aid at work (FAW) or emergency first aid at work (EFAW):

  • EFAW training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work.
  • FAW training includes EFAW and also equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illnesses.
  • Employers may also identify some other level or standard of training that is appropriate to their needs.

The findings of the first-aid needs assessment can help employers decide whether their first-aiders should be trained in FAW or EFAW or to some other appropriate standard. As a guide, the table in First aid at work: your questions answered suggests what first-aid personnel to provide under different circumstances.

FAW training courses involve at least 18 hours of training and are run over a minimum of three days. EFAW training courses involve at least six hours of training and are run over a minimum of one day. Other appropriate training identified by an employer should have a duration that relates to the syllabus content (as compared with FAW and EFAW) HSE continues to set the syllabus for both FAW and EFAW.

How often should emergency first aid at work training certificates be renewed?

Certificates for the purposes of first aid at work last for three years. Before their certificates expire, first-aiders will need to undertake a requalification course as appropriate, to obtain another three-year certificate. Once certificates have expired the first aider is no longer considered to be competent to act as a workplace first aider.

What are the standards of emergency first aid at work training?

You should teach the first-aid management of injuries and illness, in relation to the topics covered in FAW/EFAW training courses, in accordance with:

  • current guidelines published by the Resuscitation Council (UK); and
  • the current edition of the first-aid manual of the Voluntary Aid Societies (St John Ambulance, British Red Cross, St Andrew's First Aid); or
  • other published guidelines, provided they are in line with the two above or supported by a responsible body of medical opinion.

Where an employer requires training other than FAW or EFAW qualifications to demonstrate workplace first-aid competence, you should ensure that common elements of the syllabus are taught in accordance with the same guidelines and that there is a sound basis for the way in which any other elements are taught.

Can emergency first aid at work courses be completed via E-learning and blended learning?

Blended learning is an accepted method for delivery of first aid training, providing criteria outlined in section 23 of guidance (PDF).

How often should emergency first aid at work refresher training courses be completed?

HSE strongly recommends that first-aiders undertake annual refresher training, over half a day, during any three-year certification period. Although not mandatory, this will help qualified first-aiders maintain their basic skills and keep up to date with any changes to first-aid procedures.

Do Health and Safety Executive approve/accredit emergency first-aid at work training organisations?

Since changes to the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulation 1981 on 1 October 2013, HSE no longer approves first aid training and qualifications – or first aid training providers.

The only first-aid training HSE approves is under the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (first aid) Regulations 1989.

HSE does not run training courses.

Are you an emergency first-aider?

This guidance is written to reflect the optional four-layer framework for first-aid provision that has been in place for many years. The framework will help employers to comply with the Regulations by providing 'off-the-peg' levels of provision. These layers are:

  • appointed person (AP)
  • emergency first aid at work (EFAW)
  • first aid at work (FAW)
  • additional training.

You may choose not to use this optional framework and use an alternative means to demonstrate compliance with your needs assessment. The thinking behind this guidance, however, applies equally to whatever level of training you choose (unless alternative guidance is provided for specific instances).

How many emergency first-aiders does an employer need?

The findings of an employer's first-aid needs assessment will help them decide how many first-aiders are required. There are no hard and fast rules on exact numbers and they will need to take into account all the relevant circumstances of their particular workplace.

The table in the leaflet First aid at work: your questions answered, provides general guidance on how many first-aiders or appointed persons might be needed.

Can legal action be taken against emergency first-aiders?

It is very unlikely that any action would be taken against a first-aider who was using the first-aid training they have received. HSE cannot give any specific advice on this issue as it does not fall within HSE's statutory powers.

It is recommended that you seek legal advice, or advice from your employer's insurance brokers on whether their policies cover first-aiders' liability. 

Which Emergency First Aid at Work Training Courses are Available in Scotland?

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of Emergency First Aid courses, training and qualifications in Scotland and all UK regions, including Aberdeenshire, Angus, Argyllshire, Ayrshire, Banffshire (Moray and Aberdeenshire), Berwickshire (Scottish Borders), Buteshire, Caithness (Scottish Highlands), Clackmannanshire, Dumfries and Galloway (Dumfriesshire/Kirkcudbrightshire/Sutherland/Wigtownshire), Dunbartonshire, East Lothian (Haddingtonshire), Edinburghshire (Midlothian), Fife (Fifeshire), Inverness-shire, Kincardineshire, Perth and Kinross, (Kinross-shire/Perthshire), Lanarkshire, West Lothian (Linlithgowshire), Moray, Morayshire (Elginshire, Nairn/Nairnshire, Scottish Highlands), Orkney, Borders (Peebles-shire/Roxburghshire/Selkirkshire), Renfrewshire, Ross and Cromarty, Shetland and Stirling (Stirlingshire/Perthshire).

Click here to see the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, e-learning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Who are these Emergency First Aid at Work Courses & Training in Wales for?

The Mandatory Training Group provides Emergency First Aid courses for all sectors in all Welsh and UK regions, including Anglesey, Brecknockshire, Caernarfonshire, Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Glamorgan, Merionethshire, Monmouthshire, Montgomeryshire, Pembrokeshire and Radnorshire.

Click here to see the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, online learning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Emergency First Aid at Work Courses, Training & Qualifications in Northern Ireland

Book Emergency First Aid training courses and Ofqual approved qualifications in Northern Ireland and UK regions, including County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry and County Tyrone. 

Click here to browse through the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, online training programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Emergency First Aid at Work Training Providers in the UK and the Republic of Ireland

The Mandatory Training Group is the leading provider of Emergency First Aid training courses in the UK and Republic of Ireland regions, including Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Limerick, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow.

Click here to browse through the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, eLearning courses and Ofqual approved qualifications in Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Emergency First Aid at Work Training Courses in England and Wales

Our Emergency First Aid training courses are available for all sectors in the UK and across all UK regions and overseas territories, including Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Hebrides, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Jersey and Sark.

Click here to see the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, accredited e-learning programmes and Ofqual qualifications in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Online Emergency First Aid at Work Courses and Training Providers in Greater London

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of CPD accredited online Emergency First Aid courses, accredited training courses and qualifications in Greater London and South East England, including Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley, Brent, Bromley, Camden, City of London, Croydon, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Havering, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Islington, Kingston upon Thames, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Newham, Redbridge, Richmond upon Thames, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Southwark, Sutton, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Wandsworth and Westminster.

Click here to browse through the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, online training bundles and Ofqual approved qualifications in Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Emergency First Aid at Work Train the Trainer Courses in the UK

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of accredited train the trainer courses, including Emergency First Aid training courses, e-learning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Click here to see the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, e-learning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Free Emergency First Aid at Work Courses and Training Providers in England and Wales

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of free Emergency First Aid courses, training courses and qualifications in all UK towns, cities and regions, including Aberdeen, Bangor, Barry, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Cork, Coventry, Craigavon, Derry (Londonderry), Drogheda, Dublin, Dundalk, Dundee, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Galway, Glasgow, Hamilton, Hull (Kingston upon Hull), Leeds, Leicester, Limerick, Liverpool, Livingston, London, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Newtownabbey, Northampton, Nottingham, Paisley, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Reading, Sheffield, Southampton, Stoke-on-Trent, Swansea, Waterford and Wolverhampton.

Click here to browse through the full list of online Emergency First Aid training courses, free online learning programmes and Ofqual approved qualifications in Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Frequently Asked Questions About Emergency First Aid  at Work Training Courses

Here at The Mandatory Training Group, we receive many questions relating to the Emergency First Aid training courses. The most common questions and answers about theEmergency First Aid courses and training are outlined below.

Why Complete your Emergency First Aid at Work Training with The Mandatory Training Group?

The Mandatory Training Group is the leading provider of accredited Emergency First Aid training courses.

Contact our Coventry based Support Team on 024 7610 0090 or via Email to discuss how we can help your organisation with online Emergency First Aid training courses for your organisation in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. 

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