TQUK Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) FAW Requalification (Online Blended)
About the Course
Tired of not being able to get those recertified certificates for your First Aid at Work (FAW)? We understand how difficult it is to find the time and money, but we can help. This course will teach you all requirements for re-qualifying, including new guidelines on Coronavirus and CPR. Not only that but there are also other benefits from completing this course as a company:
* Stays up to date with all regulations
* Shows professionalism in healthcare
* Profits from increased health and safety awareness
TQUK level 3 award in First Aid at work (RQF) is the UK recognised qualification that ensures learners have the skills and knowledge they need to provide care and support in an emergency. This course provides a comprehensive overview of first aid, medical assessment, and casualty management, as well as practical application skills on how to deal with common emergencies. It also emphasises the importance of teamworking and communication in emergencies.
This course will equip you with the knowledge you need to respond confidently to any health or safety incident that requires your help. These skills will help you protect yourself and your colleagues and make you more attractive when it comes time for re-qualification!
First aid at work is a requirement for any professional in a position requiring basic first aid knowledge. With the rise of healthcare standards and regulations, all professionals must be familiar with first aid practices if they fall ill or are injured on the job. The TQUK Level 3 First Aid at Work award program meets these requirements and gives you an online, blended learning experience to prepare you for your next requalification.
This course can be completed by anyone holding a First Aid at Work certificate no older than three years and one month. This part one of a two-part blended course covers Part 2 - the practical classroom module, which must also be completed to obtain your renewed certification. As well as meeting guidelines set forth by HSE and Resuscitation Council UK (UK), we have incorporated new CPR guidelines from 2013 and updated information on coronavirus.