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HSE does not accept e-learning and blended learning...

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We provide First Aid and Training Courses to obtain different qualifications...

We host a variety of training courses, and sell first aid equipment, to cater to basic medical requirements.

For the purposes of first aid at work training, regardless of the training an employer selects (FAW, EFAW or some other appropriate training for the circumstances) HSE does not accept e-learning, blended learning or any other form of distance learning as a valid form of delivery.

For example, if you need to renew your first aid at work certificate, you must complete a classroom course. We host courses regularly throughout the Midlands, as HSE will not except an e-learning based course as formal qualifications, training must be delivered face to face. This decision allows for the hands on practical approach, necessary to conduct first aid training.

For more details on HSE regulations, please view the link below:

First aid training providers - First aid at work

Recent topical issues of interest in relation to first aid at work

www.hse.gov.uk

We provide many courses for different industries, with bespoke training packages available too. Please contact us for further information, or if you wish to request a group booking for a specific training course.

Health and safety in a workplace is essential, with paediatric emergency first aid, anaphylaxis training, manual handling training and much more to choose from. Simply view our course calendar to find out which of our courses are being held at a venue near you, then simply book online to attend.

Whether you're looking for a full training course, or an annual refresher course, we can help!

Is your business compliant with current regulations?

Perhaps you have questions about our training methods, or courses available, please feel free to leave a comment below.



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