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It’s cost effective and uses a range of learning techniques
Lower costs to train large groups of people. Quicker potential pace of delivery. Lower environmental impact due to less printing and less travel for learners
For individual use, although having a First Aid kit isn’t a legal requirement. Having basic equipment like plasters, bandages and rash cream could be extremely useful if you were ever in a medical emergency. For businesses, it is a legal requirement to have a First Aid kit and a first aider
Giving First Aid can be the difference between someone living and dying
e-Learning accommodates everyones needs. Lectures/courses can be taken a number of times. 24/7 access.
e-Learning is so effective because you are not only able to study at your own pace, but you also have 24/7 access to it meaning that you can study at a time that suits you. e-Learning can also accommodate for the majority of learning styles which will maximise your results!
It speeds up employee training. It reduces costs for companies. It maximises knowledge retention.
Offers quick access to updated content. Quick delivery of lessons. Consistency. Reduced costs. Effectiveness.
Whether at home or in the workplace, there will be occasions where you’ll need to give basic First Aid. Certain situations may only involve minor procedures such as cleaning a wound or applying a plaster. However, you may find yourself in a situation where serious help is needed and if so, having a small amount of First Aid training can often mean the difference between life and death
e-Learning is a cost effective way to train and learn. It also features a wide range of learning techniques
Any First Aid kit that contains the required products should be sufficient. Click here to see a rundown of some of the best First Aid Kits for 2018
First Aid kits can be bought from many High Street shops as well as online
First aid training is a way to educate people on how to respond when they are faced with an emergency medical situation. It could be something minor such as a small splinter or something major such as a severe blow to the chest
First aid treatment can come in different forms. It can be reassuring someone in an emergency, calling an ambulance or performing a life saving procedure such as CPR
First aid is simple medical treatment given as soon as possible to a person who is injured or who suddenly becomes ill
A First Aid certificate is a document to validate the training you have successfully completed, either online or in practice
A basic first aid kit should contain:
Alcohol-free cleansing wipes
Antihistamine cream or tablets
At least 2 sterile eye dressings
Cream or spray to relieve insect bites and stings
Crêpe rolled bandages
Disposable sterile gloves
Distilled water for cleaning wounds
Eye wash and eye bath
Painkillers such as paracetamol (or infant paracetamol for children)
Aspirin (not to be given to children under 16), or ibuprofen
Plasters in a variety of different sizes and shapes
skin rash cream such as hydrocortisone or calendula
Small, medium and large sterile gauze dressings
Thermometer (preferably digital)
This completely depends on whether you are an individual or acting on behalf of a company.
The amount of employees, the nature of the business and the working environment will help to determine what type of First Aid training is required for a specific company
Yes and no. Some essential equipment in a First Aid kit which use adhesive materials can degrade and also some items like batteries for torches should be checked every 3 months
Yes, First Aid certificates are only valid for 3 years
Yes, First Aid cabinets can be locked; however, they must be readily accessible in the event of an emergency. Locking the cabinet may limit accessibility
Normally, First Aid courses cost money whether they are online or practical. However, we offer a FREE online First Aid course which can be used as an introduction to First Aid or as a refresher to any training you’ve had previously
We don’t have our own venue, however we can suggest suitable venues locally. Equally, you can suggest and book a venue…just let us know the address!
This is something we are working towards however; in the meantime, we can recommend Good Skills Training
Our practical courses can hold 12 people at a time. Please call us on 01953 681 200 to discuss things further, or complete this enquiry form
Yes we do provide practical courses and details of which can be viewed here
Please take our free test to ensure that you are happy with our style. All of our courses are based on this format but with different content.
You have unlimited chances to retake the final test. However after three attempts of not achieving a pass grade of at least 80%, you will be prompted to revisit the course content from the beginning.
You can access the course for up to 182 days.
Yes you can! You can access the course for up to 182 days so there is no hurry to complete the courses. All progress is saved too so you can stop and start as much as you like. Just don’t forget to finish!
Please watch our introduction and explanation video here
We have thoroughly researched other online first aid courses and although there are plenty of good ones available, ours is the only one that provides the array of resources detailed on this page to cater for various learning styles
Yes you can! This can be added for a reasonable fee. Just call us on 01953 681 200 or email us at email@example.com
Yes you can! This can be added for a reasonable fee. Just call us on 01953 681 200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
Yes we do! The more the merrier (and the more cost effective). Just call us on 01953 681 200 or email us at email@example.com
Give us a call on 01953 681 200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with a quote within 48 hours.
Yes of course. Give us a call on 01953 681 200 or email us at email@example.com and we can discuss all options with you.
Knowledge is power. The awareness gained from our courses will enable you to at least learn the basics of what to do in the event on an illness, incident or accident.
To gain life saving skills and awareness that could help save a life. It is also great to update and refresh your knowledge on first aid. You don’t need a certificate to save a life. You just need to know the basics to know what to do. A physical test will help you learn certain procedures. We recommend everybody takes a physical course as well.
Yes you can! As long as you are connected to the internet, you can access the courses whenever, wherever…
No, not at all. Our teaching method is easy to understand. We don’t use technical language or jargon. The language is clear, concise and simple so even if English is a second language you should be able to follow the guide.
Yes, of course you can! We want you to pass and feel confident in the knowledge you’ve gained. Therefore we don’t think it’s fair to have any hidden, additional costs.
Yes you can! Your subscription lasts for 182 days so you can go back and access all of the course content within that time.
You can get a First Aid Awareness Certificate within 2 hours of signing up.
This is something we are working towards as we want First Aid Videos to be accessible to everybody. We have designed our courses to be easy to understand and we don’t use technical language or jargon, so even if English is a second language, you should be able to follow them with ease.
No, don’t panic! We understand that everybody learns at a difference pace. You can retake the tests as many times as you need to in order to pass. There is no extra cost either.
We hope so! Our courses are designed to suit various learning styles and we make use of Video, Audio, Text Files, InfoGraphics and Quizzes..so something for everyone!
Yes you do receive a certificate on completion of both Emergency First Aid at Work and Basic Life Support courses. These certificates however are not accredited by the Health and Safety Executive, they are for awareness purposes only.
Instructors are able to license the entire contents of our courses, as well as the website which can be tailored to suit branding. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
If you have lost or forgotten your password, follow this link here to reset it.
Whilst we are still in development stages all of our courses are free.
Don’t worry. If you do not achieve the pass grade, you will be invited to retake the test again and you will be prompted to review the course in whole. Learners are allowed to take 3 retests before you are prompted to retake the course again from the very beginning (this is all free of charge).
This depends on which course you are taking as they all have a different amount of units and also different video lengths.
Don’t worry, you do not have to complete a course in one sitting! All courses can be saved at any point and returned to.
Here is a step by step guide through our courses:
- Main video of each unit condition – Follows this sequence describing: The Condition, Possible Causes, Signs and Symptoms, Aims, Help, Treatment or Procedure of the condition, Attention, Summary.
- A transcript of the video
- Audio stream from the video
- An infographic of each unit
- Treatment or Procedure video- video of the Treatment or Procedure only, allowing Learners to skip straight to it
- 2 or 3 multiple choice questions – Which continually assesses learners throughout the course to reinforce learning. These will not stop learners from moving onto the next units, however they must achieve a pass rate of 100% of the overall questions before you can access the final assessment.
After learners have completed step 6 they should progress onto the next unit. If they choose to stop at any stage they are able to save their progress at any time. Once all units have been completed there is a final assessment in the form of another multiple-choice questionnaire of 30 questions. Learners have to achieve a pass rate of 80% to receive a personalised certificate of achievement.
If learners do not achieve the pass grade they will be invited to retake the test and will be prompted to review the course in whole. They do not have to review the whole course again at this stage but if they fail the test 3 times, they will have no choice but to review the whole course. Don’t worry this will be free of charge.
Our online first aid courses suit three of the VARK learning styles:
- Visual – we use easy to follow video lectures and infographics that guide learners stage by stage through each unit (condition, procedure or general information)
- Auditory – in addition to the videos that contain audio, learners can stream audio versions of the videos
- Read – each unit contains a written description along with an online note section to assist with learning
- Kinaesthetic – as our first aid courses are currently only online we are unable to cater for this learning style.
Initially our online first aid courses have been developed for situations involving adults only, which are people over the age of 12 or have reached puberty. We intend to produce online first aid courses for situations involving babies & children in the near future.