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First Aid Training

First Aid Training

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all employers to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work.

You can do this through the provision of first aid training.

First aid is the perfect partner to our range of crisis management courses as it’s an important aspect of helping look after people in the immediate aftermath of a crisis. Our course has been designed for all staff, managers, and contractors, giving them the skills, knowledge, and confidence to deliver first aid if needed.

If you’re looking for a group first aid training course to come to your place of work, we can help. We deliver this expert training course on-site or at your choice of venue across the South East, South West and the Midlands; find out more below.


First Aid Training: What We Do

Our first aid training course has been designed for people who have a specific responsibility at work to provide first aid in a range of emergency first aid situations. It covers a range of important topics however, we can tailor our training to suit your needs.

Practical skills are covered, like how to deal with an unconscious casualty, as well as the administrative task of record-keeping – an important task when dealing with incidents in the workplace. On completion of the course, participants undergo an assessment and a certificate is issued.


Frequently Asked Questions

How Often Should You Do First Aid Training?

A first aid certificate will last you 3 years so to stay on top of your training you should undertake training at least once every 3 years. Regulations stipulate that employers assess their workplace needs and ensure adequate provision of first aiders.

We recommend providing as much of the staff with this essential training so that they are competent providers in emergency first aid at work (EFAW). At Kiasu Crisis Management we provide comprehensive first aid course training in London to help ensure your staff are ready to deal with workplace emergencies whilst complying with the law.

What Are the Training Requirements for First Aiders?

First aiders undergo training in emergency first aid at work (EFAW), which gives them the skills to confidently provide assistance to anyone who gets injured or falls ill at work.

At Kiasu Crisis Management we provide tailored accredited first aid training courses designed to meet the needs of your business and compliance with regulatory standards.

What Are the 3p’s in First Aid?

The 3 P’s in First Aid are Preserve, Prevent and Promote, they are essential principles guiding the provision of first aid. They emphasise the importance of preserving life, preventing further harm and promoting recovery and well-being.

At Kiasu Crisis Management we incorporate the 3 P’s into our first aid training courses to ensure your staff understand and apply these critical principles effectively in any emergency situations.

What Actions Are Prohibited for a First Aider in the UK?

There are limitations on what a First Aider can do in the UK, while they are trained to provide initial medical assistance they can not diagnose medical conditions or provide treatment beyond their training level.

First Aiders should not administer medication, they also cannot provide food or water to the injured person unless directed to by medical professionals as this could worsen the situation.

Courses for first aid training should always tell their learners that their role is to primarily focus on providing immediate assistance and facilitating professional medical care when necessary.

At Kiasu Crisis Management we emphasise these boundaries in our training first aid course to ensure participants understand their roles and responsibilities clearly.

Learning Outcomes/Course Outline

  • First aid kits
  • Dealing with an unconscious casualty
  • Fainting and seizures
  • Low blood sugar, asthma, and allergic reactions
  • Fractures, bleeding, burns, and scalds
  • Eye injuries
  • Choking
  • Shock
  • Record keeping

Course Details

  • Duration: One full day
  • Location: At your site
  • What’s included? Receive a certificate on completion, take away and keep training materials with your branding, and get tools to deal with any major incident.
Why Kiasu Crisis Management & Compliance

Expert Training Services For Business

We travel
to you

Our Crisis Management team will travel directly to your business. It’s part of our dedication to helping businesses protect their people and assets.

In-house employed trainers

We employ our trainers in-house to ensure only the very best are protecting you. Each team member is competency assessed to the highest of standards around the globe.


Whether it’s training, consultancy or compliance our solutions are end-to-end, providing you a smooth delivery with no third parties involved.

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