This Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course is suitable for lower-risk work environments such as offices and shops and/or organisations with fewer than 100 employees.
Successfully completing an EFAW course will enable the candidate to act as a first aider in the workplace.
This course concludes in a practical assessment plus a test consisting of 15 multiple-choice questions.
£69 per person.
- The roles and responsibilities of a first aider
- The legal requirements for first-aid provision
- The importance of accurate incident reporting
- First-aid equipment and its safe use
- The need to minimise the risk of infection
- The importance of assessing an incident
- Undertaking a primary survey
- When and how to call for help
To book a place or request further information, call us on 01964 553034 or email email@example.com with your requirements.
One day, Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm.
- CIEH Level Two Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace
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BTEC Level 3 in Business
With our new Public Services course due to launch at Riseholme in September 2018, find out more about George Thornham's time at our partner college Bishop Burton College.
George secured an exciting role with internationally renowned high-end department store Harrods thanks to the skills and knowledge he developed studying Business at Bishop Burton College.
He is now looking forward to moving down to London to fulfil his dream.
George said: “We’ve covered all aspects of the business spectrum really, from management to finance, resources, teamwork – you name it, we have covered it!
“The trips that have enabled us to see first-hand how different businesses operate have probably been the most enjoyable part. You get a real insight into how businesses work on a daily basis, which is really interesting.
“I’ve managed to secure a job with Harrods so I will be moving down to London to work for them when I finish. I’ll be training for 18 months – six months in each department – and have a full-time job at the end of it.
“They had hundreds of applicants and only gave a job to around four or five people. It is a really good opportunity and I’m really looking forward to it.”