First Aid Courses in England & Wales

BD-Medical Training can help you achieve your First Aid Qualification. Our courses available in various training formats.

With a lot of experience and skills in the industry, look no further when wanting First Aid Courses in the UK.

First Aid At Work

First Aid at Work is an attractive qualification to have in the workplace. We can assist you in achieving this. It's essential for most businesses and is a very useful qualification to hold.

Just 3 days work, will give you a certificate that will last for 3 years. After this, a shorter refresher course should be carried out.

During this course, you will gain a lot of skills. Including but not limited to dealing with casualties who are:
  • unconscious
  • bleeding/wounded
  • muscle/bone/joint injury's
  • burns/scalding
  • and much more.

We also provide variations of this qualification:

Appointed Persons First Aid (AP)

  • Emergency First Aid At Work (EFAW)
  • First Aid At Work Annual Refresher (FAW-AR)
  • First Aid At Work Re-qualification (FAW-RQ)
  • First Aid At Work for Forestry (FAW-F)
  • First Aid At Work for Equestrian (FAW-E)

Basic First Aid

A lot of individuals wish to learn some sort of First Aid skills. This basic first aid teaches people what they need to know including resuscitation (CPR).

After this course, you'll be able to treat minor bleeding or burns as well as bites, stings and sprains. You will also be able to treat anyone who is choking or unconscious and a lot more. All excellent life skills to have, and could be lifesaving.

Paediatric First Aid

Here at BD-Medical, we offer a variety of paediatric first aid courses:

  • Paediatric First Aid
  • Paediatric 12 Hour Adult, Infant, Child First Aid (for Childcare)
  • Paediatric First Aid for Nannies and Au Pairs

In this course, you will gain skills to assist you in helping a child/infant. Whether they're unresponsive, have breathing difficulties or not breathing normally, external bleeding and bone/joint/muscle injuries.

You will also be able to help with burns/scalds, grazes, bites and more. As well as being able to step in if there are medical issues. This includes diabetic emergencies, asthma attacks, allergic reactions and more.

If you work with or are around infants frequently, this can be a vital skill to hold.

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