Who is this for?

This course trains the student to the required assessed level of competency in first aid procedures, techniques and legislation in order that as a qualified first aider they may assist the employer in conforming to the Health & Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981 and current Approved Code of Practice and Guidance.


Assessing the need for and the practical application of resuscitation; Recognition and management of common major or minor illnesses; The movement of a casualty safely as required by the circumstances of the incident and the workplace.

On successful completion of the intern and final assessments, the candidate will be awarded a Certificate of Proficiency, which remains valid for a period of 3 years.

  • The legal framework for first aid provision at work
  • The role of the first aider in emergency procedures
  • Personal hygiene in first aid procedures
  • The use of first aid equipment provided in the workplace
  • Recording and reporting incidents
  • Assessing and managing the casualty, who may be unconscious
  • Wounded or bleeding
  • Burned or scalded
  • Who may have injuries to bones, muscles or joints
  • Eye injuries
  • Been overcome by gas or fumes
  • Who may be suffering from shock or,
  • May have been poisoned.


3 Days






*Free to SCTG members fulfilling CITB criteria. 




  • Free places are only available to fully paid up SCTG members and meeting the CITB eligibility criteria
  • One delegate per Group member unless spare capacity is available nearer the start of the course
  • Places can be booked by return email on a first come basis
  • Late cancellation or 'no show' will be charged as indicated.


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