CIEH – Introduction to First Aid Awareness

£25.00

Suitable for a variety of candidates, this course provides students with the skills and knowledge to deal with first-aid situations in low-risk work environments such as shops and offices.  Accredited by chartered institute of environmental health (CIEH).

Course Format: Online Course
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Course Outline

Health and Safety is of paramount importance. Employers have a legal obligation under the Health and Safety Regulations 1981 to ensure that there is adequate First Aid provision for their employees. These regulations apply to all workplaces including those with five or fewer employees and to the self-employed.

Suitable for a variety of candidates, this course provides students with the skills and knowledge to deal with first-aid situations in low-risk work environments such as shops and offices.

The course has been developed to provide a user friendly and easily understandable training resource to help the development of employees First Aid awareness. The course is an interactive, online experience including a number of learning styles to ensure that you have the best learning experience possible.

Why Study This Course?

  • Understand the importance of providing sufficient First Aid within the work place
  • Provides an overall introduction to First Aid in the workplace
  • Complies with regulations for employee First Aid training

Modules

  • Legal aspects of First Aid at Work
  • The Treatment of burns, poisoning and eye injury
  • Basic Life Support
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Choking
  • Shock
  • Dealing with minor injuries
  • The treatment of the unconscious, wounded, bleeding or shocked casualties
  • The treatment of fractures and dislocations

How it Works

The programme is carried out entirely online through NCC’s Virtual Learning Environment. The course examination consists of 20 multiple choice questions.

This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.