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First Aid at Work Requalification

The First Aid at Work Requalification (FAWR) course is a 2-day training program designed for first aiders requiring a renewal of their existing First Aid at Work certification for another three-year term. This refresher course revisits all the core topics covered in the initial 3-day training, allowing participants to practice and refine skills, stay updated on any clinical advancements, and ensure their readiness to provide safe and eUective aid in emergencies.

Compliance with the Health and Safety Executive's standards for workplace first aid.

Widely recognised as a Level 3 first aid qualification within the industry.

Key aspects of our First Aid at Work Requalification course include:

First Aid Training for Your Employees - KODOBI

The training curriculum encompasses a range of fundamental first aid competencies suitable for larger or higher-risk workplaces like construction sites, manufacturing facilities, and certain healthcare environments.

Renewing your first aid proficiencies through this course will empower you to respond promptly and confidently in instances where someone falls ill or sustains an injury while at work. It is essential to refrain from assuming the role of a first aider in your workplace if your certification has lapsed.

If your certificate has been expired for over a month, it is advisable to consider enrolling in a complete 3-day First Aid at Work course to ensure suUicient time for skill enhancement and confidence-building in your first aid capabilities.

The 2-day First Aid at Work Requalification course revisits the content of the initial 3-day
First Aid at Work program, assuming learners possess a foundational knowledge from
their prior training, allowing for a more expedited coverage of topics. The course equips
participants to assist casualties in various scenarios, including situations where

- Are unresponsive and breathing
- Are unresponsive and not breathing, including the use of an automated external
defibrillator (AED)
- Are choking
- Feel faint
- Experience bleeding, including severe bleeding and the utilisation of haemostatic
dressings and tourniquets
- SuUer from shock or internal bleeding
- Have been poisoned
- Sustain head injuries
- Encounter hypothermia, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke
- SuUer injuries to bones, muscles, or joints (including spinal injuries)

Participants will also learn to aid casualties experiencing:

- Seizures
- Heart attacks
- Angina attacks
- Strokes
- Asthma attacks
- Severe allergic reactions
- Diabetic emergencies

The course also covers topics such as:

- Assessing casualties
- Monitoring casualties

- Seeking assistance
- Addressing electrical incidents
- Recording and reporting accidents
- Managing hazardous substances (COSHH)

What is Covered in First Aid at Work Requalification Training?

Learning and Evaluation Process:

Learners undergo continuous evaluation throughout the course via practical demonstrations, interactive sessions, quizzes, and role-playing activities tailored to facilitate skill acquisition and safe application of knowledge in their workplace.

Certification Duration and Course Details:

Upon successful completion, participants receive a First Aid at Work Requalification certificate, valid for three years. The course typically involves 12 hours of learning, exclusive of breaks, with sessions often scheduled for 7 hours per day, allowing for designated breaks and lunchtime. Participants are advised to arrive by 9 am for registration, as late arrivals may risk denial of entry.

Entry Requirements and Suitability:

Given the demanding nature of the first aider role, it is crucial to select individuals capable of prompt and eUective action during emergencies. Participants must demonstrate their proficiency in applying course skills to obtain the First Aid at Work qualification.

Free access to our ‘at hand’ digital pages for mobile phone or tablet with
quick access information to assist in the event of an emergency

It is incumbent upon individuals to ensure the possession of a previously held full three-
day First Aid at Work certificate. Successful completion of this course without prior

training will render any certificate issued invalid.

This course is appropriate for learners aged 16 and above.

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