Emergency First Aid at Work
EFAW 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work
This 6 hour course for small or low risk work places provides basic First Aid skills.
The course can be run over several sessions if required. Training delivered at your work place at a time to suit. Each course provides 12 places (currently restricted to 6 due to Covid-19). Certificates are valid for 3 years.
Understanding the role of a First-aider
Use of PPE during Covid-19 pandemic
Administering First Aid to an unconscious casualty
Administer CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) Covid-19 safe CPR
Treat a casualty who is choking
Administer First Aid to someone who is wounded and bleeding
Administer First Aid to someone who is suffering a seizure
Use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
This course meets the requirements of the HSE First Aid Regulations 1981 for Emergency First Aid at Work EFAW
Training Provider Overview
Bags First Aid Established 1999
From the experience of providing registered day care of children, Bags specialises in First Aid training for those working with babies, children and young people. We provide training to schools, nurseries, after-school clubs, youth clubs, childminders, nannies, parents and community groups.
Qualifications in Outdoor Education, first hand knowledge of a wide range of outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, rock climbing, hill walking, canoeing and kayaking provides a foundation for the Outdoor First Aid courses.
Each First Aid course allows practical hands-on experience using casualty simulation and resuscitation manikins. Childcare courses use special baby and child manikins.
Training classes are small with no more than 12 participants. This ensures a friendly relaxed atmosphere and individual attention.
Training Provider Contact Details
The company is run by Philip Bagnall. He has over 25 years teaching experience in both formal and informal learning environments. He is a qualified teacher and holds qualifications in Outdoor Education and First Aid Training.
After each course participants are asked to evaluate the training. We are frequently told:
“It was the best First Aid course I have attended”
Courses focus on clear precise information:
“This was an effective, informative course”
“It was a lot easier to follow than previous courses”
“Excellent course, which could make the difference between life and death in an emergency situation”
We also want you to enjoy your learning time:
“The course was enjoyable and the trainer presented himself clearly and took time to answer questions and explain procedures”