Learn how to ensure the wellbeing and safety of your colleagues and employees by completing this Workplace First Aid Level 3 course. Work environments and busy operational areas provide a challenge for many First Aiders as they tend to casualties or injured personnel. This training provides the knowledge needed to support and treat an individual adversely affected by a work-related accident or event.
Whether you work in a rural warehouse or a city office, someone can always become the victim of unexpected circumstances or succumb to the effects of a personal disorder. You will be taught how to prepare for those occasions, assess the site, and apply treatment until emergency services arrive. Expert tuition is given for emergency First Aid and step-by-step instructions for dealing with situations involving cuts, choking, loss of consciousness, burns, poisonings, allergic attacks, fractures, cranial trauma, and much more. Take a major step towards supporting your company’s well-being by enrolling now.
Please note that the Workplace First Aid Level 3 course offers extensive theoretical training and information regarding First Aid and medical treatments. However, it does not provide official qualifications for operating professionally or practising First Aid in an environment without the management’s consent and training. Always check legislation and protocols before attempting any medicinal treatment on an individual.
When you complete the learning modules in the Workplace First Aid Level 3 course, you will gain the practical knowledge and ability to provide diagnosis and medical treatments for others. This can provide benefits when seeking to assume a role as a health and safety officer or First Aid in your business or company.
This course is designed to provide a valuable introduction to First Aid in a work environment. It delivers an excellent way to gain the skills and knowledge needed to perform interim medical evaluation and treatment before professional involvement. Full-time and part-time learners are equally supported, and it can take just 20 to 30 hours to gain accreditation, with study periods being entirely customisable to your needs.
Assignments relating to First Aid treatments and medical diagnoses will be given to all students and must be completed to pass the course successfully.
|Module 01: Introduction to Workplace First Aid
|Introduction to Workplace First Aid
|Module 02: Legal Framework for Workplace First Aid
|Legal Framework for Workplace First Aid
|Module 03: Incident Management at Work
|Incident Management at Work
|Module 04: Primary Survey
|Module 05: Secondary Survey
|Module 06: Basic First-Aid Techniques
|Basic First-Aid Techniques
|Module 07: Dealing with Minor Injuries at Workplace
|Module 08: Secondary Illness: Loss of Responsiveness and CPR
|Module 09: Secondary Illness: Breathing Problems
|Module 10: Secondary Illnesses and Injuries
|Secondary Illnesses and Injuries
|Module 11: Dealing With Fractures and Dislocations
|Dealing With Fractures and Dislocations
|Module 12: Call for an Emergency
|Call for an Emergency
|Module 13: Classifications and Abbreviations Every First Aider Should Know
|Classifications and Abbreviations Every First Aider Should Know
|Module 14: Emergency Management for a First Aider
|Emergency Management for a First Aider
|Module 15: Things to Keep in Mind for A First Aider
|Things to Keep in Mind for a First Aider
|Module 16: Appointed Persons in the Workplace First Aid
|Appointed Persons in the Workplace First Aid
|Module 17: Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace
|Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace
|Module 18: First Aid during CoronaVirus Pandemic
|First Aid during CoronaVirus Pandemic
|Module 19: First aid Qualifications During the Pandemic, Risk at Work and PPE Regulations
|First Aid Qualifications During the Pandemic, Risk at Work and PPE Regulations
|Module 20: Remote Psychological First Aid
|Remote Psychological First Aid
|Assignment – Workplace First Aid Level 3