First Aid at Work Annual Refresher (QAR) (1 unit)

By: HS First Aid Training  11/11/2013
Keywords: First Aid, First Aid Training, First Aid Courses

This qualification is based on the HSE training standard for delivery of Annual Refresher courses for the purposes of the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981. The aim of the qualification is to enable learners to refresh the knowledge and competencies needed to deal with a range of emergency first aid situations. Learners should be able to demonstrate the practical administration of safe, prompt, effective first aid in emergency situations with an understanding of the role of the first aider. The qualification is designed for qualified first aiders who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary and community activities, to provide First Aid when dealing with an emergency situation, who need to refresh their skills as recommended by the HSE and to avoid “skill fade”.* Learners should already hold an Emergency First Aid at Work or First Aid at Work. The cost includes all training materials. In house** £10 pp Group rate £100 (max 12 people)

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