Open Emergency First Aid at Work Courses in Sussex

This month the team at Active First Aid have been busy scheduling and making initial preparations for their Emergency First Aid at Work Course which is to be delivered at their training facilities in West Sussex. Open courses are now set for 09 February 2012, 27 February 2012, 09 March 2012, 27 March 2012 and 27 April 2012.  The course is an interactive one day training session open to any business and is designed for individuals acting as first aiders in the workplace.

The course provides a three year valid certificate and fully complies with UK HSE requirements for Emergency First Aid in the workplace. Places are available at just £85 + VAT as the company recognises that local businesses need a trusted and cost effective training provider to ensure they have adequately trained staff with practical skills that can competently provide Emergency First Aid in the Workplace should the need arise.

Coronoavirus (COVID-19) Trading Update

Coronoavirus (COVID-19) Trading Update

Active First Aid Training confirms that they are open for business and available to support new and existing customers with their first aid training requirements.

Whereas we may have changed some of our operating procedures and requirements, our training services are fully operational.

A Monmouthshire mother has spoken of how basic first aid training helped her save fitting stranger's life

A Monmouthshire mother has spoken of how basic first aid training helped her save fitting stranger's life

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Boy, 6, dies after choking at Mosque where staff didn’t have formal first aid training

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Myleene Klass urges others to get first-aid training after saving her daughter from choking

Myleene Klass urges others to get first-aid training after saving her daughter from choking

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