TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) FAW Requalification
Who can take this Course?
Workplaces who have a risk assessment that requires the appointment of a fully qualified first aider at work.
TQUK Level 3
About the Course
If you already have a current FAW and due for expiry in a months’ time? You are allowed a maximum expiry date of 3 years and 1 month within which to book a requalification course. As well as meeting the guidelines of the HSE and the Resuscitation Council UK, we have incorporated the latest CPR and Coronavirus recommendations in your course.Unit 1: In certain situations, credit may be given if the training has recently been finished.)
The TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) FAW Requalification course covers the following:
1. What is the role and responsibilities of a first aider
1.1A first aider's task and responsibilities should be identified.
1.2 Explain how to protect oneself and others from becoming ill.
1.3 Identify the need for consent to provide first aid.
2. Be able to assess an incident
2.1 A scene survey is a vital part of your role as a first aider.
2.2 A initial survey of a casualty is essential.
2.3 When required, call for help.
3. Be able to provide first aid to an unresponsive casualty
3.1 When to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is important.
3.2 Using a manikin, demonstrate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) methods.
3.3 When to bring a victim into the recovery position is justifiable.
3.4 Show how to put a victim into the recovery position.
3.5 Explain how to treat a seizure-affected person and injuries.
4. Be able to provide first aid to a casualty who is choking
4.1 When someone is choking, how would you know?
4.2 Show how to help a choking person by giving first aid.
5. Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with external bleeding
5.1 External bleeding severity is determined by what?
5.2 Show how to control external bleeding.
6. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty who is in shock
6.1 If someone is in shock, show ho to identify signs and symptoms.
6.2 Explain how to treat a shock victim in first aid .
7. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with minor injuries
7.1 How to provide first aid to a victim with cuts, grazes and bruises.
7.2 How to provide first aid to a casualty with minor burns and scalds.
Unit 2: Recognition and Management of Illness and Injury in the Workplace
1. Be able to conduct a secondary survey
1.1 How the information to gather information on a casualty history.
1.2 How to conduct a full-body survey is shown.
2. Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected injuries to bones, muscles and joints
2.1 What to look for when you suspect fractures, dislocations, strains, and sprains.
2.2 First aid for fractures, dislocations, strains and sprains.
2.3 How to use a support sling and an elevated sling.
3. Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected head and spinal injuries
3.1 Signs and symptoms of suspected head injury and spinal injury.
3.2 How to provide first aid for a suspected head injury.
3.3 Demonstrate first aid for a suspected spinal injury.
4. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with suspected chest injury
4.1 How to look for suspected Flail chest / penetrating chest injury.
4.2 How to give first aid for a Flail chest / penetrating chest injury.
5. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with burns and scolds
5.1 What causes the severity of burns and scalds.
5.2 How to apply first aid for burns involving: dry heat/wet heat/electricity/chemicals.
6. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with an eye injury
6.1 How first aid is given for eye injuries involving: Dust/chemicals/embedded objects.
7. Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with sudden poisoning
7.1 What are the routes of entry for poisonous substances.
7.2 Giving first aid to a casualty suffering from sudden poisoning.
7.3 How to find out the substance causing the sudden poisoning before giving first aid.