We’re conscious of the fact that for many clients, the most urgent compliance training requirement is first aid training. We’re also aware of our responsibilities to keep everyone safe. The HSE did announce in March that they would allow an month extension to certificates where requalification could not be undertaken because of COVID-19, however they do still stipulate that requalification training should be arranged at the earliest possible opportunity.
We have therefore released our first aid training dates for July, although please be aware that these are subject to further clarification on government restrictions and industry guidance.
We want to ensure that clients and learners have confidence that we are doing everything possible to ensure safety on courses and have therefore looked at measures above and beyond social distancing which can be implemented.
Amongst other things we will be keeping group numbers small to ensure at least 2m can be maintained between learners, provide each learner with their own equipment (e.g. CPR manikin with new lungs) and increasing the frequency of cleaning of hand contact point on courses. We will also be asking each learner to bring their own lunch. Further details of the measures can be found here.
The dates we currently have scheduled in July & August are as follows:
1 day Emergency First Aid at Work (£70 + VAT per person) – 6th July; 28th July; 3rd August; 17th August, 25th August
3 day First Aid at Work (£185 + VAT per person) – 6th-8th July; 28th-30th July; 3rd-5th August; 17th-19th August; 25th-27th August
2 day First Aid at Work Revalidation (£130 + VAT per person) – 7th & 8th July; 29th & 30th July; 4th & 5th August; 18th & 19th August; 26th & 27th August
Please note that if a Level 3 accredited qualification is required there is an additional cost of £10 + VAT per person.
Spaces are strictly limited, so please email us if you would like to book places on any of the above dates. We can also offer in-house training dates, although the number of available places will still be limited and there needs to be enough space in the training room to allow at least 2m between each learner.