All employers in the UK have a legal obligation to make first aid provision for their employees. This course is ideal for those who are going to be a nominated First Aider in the workplace.
The three-day course meets all the statutory requirements of the Health & Safety Executive and equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illnesses.. Candidates must be of working age and intend to practice first aid in the workplace during the validity of the certificate.
For all our courses we have a reminder system in place for your convenience to let you know when your certificate is due for renewal.
The course duration is 3 days and a certificate of competence lasting three years will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
This is a refresher course for current First Aiders who hold a valid First Aid at Work certificate. Evidence of this certificate will be required on commencement.
A Requalification course can be taken up to 3 months before the current certificate expires. The new certificate will be dated from the expiry date.
The course duration is 2 days and a certificate of competence lasting three years will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
The Blended Option is also available for this course involving 1-day eLearning and 1-day face to face training.
Both of the above courses involve practical assessments and students may be required to carry out some home study.
This 1-day course is recommended and recognised by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) as a workplace first aid qualification.
EFAW training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work.
Please contact us for information on the HSE guidance for first aid in the workplace.
The course duration is 7 hours (including breaks) and a certificate lasting three years will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
Due to the wealth of evidence on the severity of ‘first aid skill fade’, the HSE now state that first aiders should remain competent in their role and strongly recommend that all current First Aiders attend annual refresher training during any three-year FAW/EFAW certification period. Although not mandatory, this will help qualified first-aiders maintain their basic skills and keep up-to-date with any changes to first-aid procedures.
We have regular 3 hour open sessions you can join or we can deliver an in-house update for any sized group.
Annual refresher training (Covid)
If first aiders are unable to access annual refresher training face to face during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, HSE supports the use of online refresher training to keep their skills up to date.
HSE still strongly recommends that the practical elements of actual FAW, EFAW and requalification courses are delivered face to face, so that competency of the student can be properly assessed.
An Appointed Person is someone with basic first aid training to take charge in an emergency if an injury or illness should occur.
Learn how to help your colleagues, friends or relatives in an emergency and sustain life while waiting for the emergency services to arrive.
Come to JaLee First Aid Training and learn new skills in a relaxed, friendly and fun environment.
The course duration is 3-4 hours and a certificate lasting three years will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
All our courses now include training at different levels in the use of a defibrillator (AED). Obviously, you do not need to acquire a machine for the workplace but it is useful to understand how the defibrillator fits into the chain of survival. It will also give you confidence should you ever need to use a community AED.
We are happy to advise the pros and cons of having a machine on your premises as this is much more affordable now. We can help with info on the different machines, their costs, and the training involved.
We also offer a stand-alone certificated AED course for those customers who would like more detail and practice time. Please speak to Julie or Lee for details.
Mental health is as important as physical health!
Each year approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health condition and at least 1 in 6 employees experience common mental health problems in the workplace.
Research has shown that work is the biggest cause of stress which can stop people performing at their best.
Mental health conditions are often hidden due to stigma and fear of discrimination and research has shown that a culture of fear and silence around mental health is costly to employers.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance ‘First aid needs assessment’ refers to mental health in the workplace.
We are now offering accredited mental health first aid training at three levels; L1 Awareness (4hrs), L2 FA for Mental Health (1 day) & L3 Supervising FA for Mental Health (2 days)
Please get in touch for details
Youth Mental Health qualification is suitable for anyone who actively connects with children such as parents, carers, teachers, youth group leaders and young adults.
The 1-day Level 2 qualification has been designed with children and young people in mind covering areas such as depression, self-harm, eating disorders and bullying and will provide the knowledge and skills to identify a potential mental health condition, start a conversation, and provide support and guidance to professional help.
This Level 2 course is designed for all workers who handle, prepare and serve food.
By law, all food handlers must have an understanding of the principles of food hygiene and know how to work safely to protect the food they prepare, store and serve from contamination.
This online course (90-180 minutes) can be completed on any PC or mobile device. Learners can study at their own pace and log in and out as often as they wish.
Please email email@example.com or call 03303 230 240 for full course details.