First Aid Training in Northamptonshire

Why Learn First Aid?

Learning First Aid can help you feel more prepared and able to cope in an emergency situation.  For businesses it can also help manage risks and reduce time lost due to illness or injury.

You never know when you might need First Aid to help a colleague, friend, family member or even someone you don't know.  Everybody should have the skills and confidence to act in an emergency.


Why Train with K&A?

We use the very best instructors and assessors,all of whom have a wealth of first-hand experience, subject expertise and come from varying operational backgrounds.  You can be sure that the training you receive will be up to date, relevant, practical and importantly fun.


The Law of First Aid at Work

HSE will prosecute in cases where there is a significant risk, a disregard for establised standards or persistent poor compliance with the law.

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention.  For more details please refer to the HSE website on First Aid Legislation


STOP PRESS!

Changes to Resuscitation Council UK guidelines on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in October 2015 mean that HSE will now be revising the Emergency First Aid and First Aid at Work syllabuses.  The revision will require all workplace first aiders to be trained in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) from the 31 December 2016, as the Resuscitation Council UK guidelines now state that the management of a casualty requiring CPR is to request an AED.

TOP TIP

The best way to understand what arrangements you need to make for first aid are to undertake a first aid needs assessment.  This assessment will consider the circumstances of your workplace, workforce and the hazards and risks that may be present.  The findings will help you decide what first-aid arrangements you need to put in place. 

STOP PRESS!

The HSE has advised that when carrying out a first aid needs assessment, employers who identify a specific risk of life-threatening bleeding (e.g. those working in arboriculture, construction, glass work, agriculture or those who use dangerous machinery) should consider providing tourniquets and haemostatic dressings and ensure that their workplace first aiders are trained in their use. If you need our help with a risk assessment, please contact on info@kasafetyservices.com

 

FIRST AID COURSES - AoFA ACCREDITED
 
LEVEL 3 FIRST AID AT WORK
LEVEL 3 FIRST AID AT WORK REQUAL
3 DAYS
2 DAYS
LEVEL 2 FIRST AID AT WORK
LEVEL 2 CPR AND AED
1 DAY
1 DAY
LEVEL 2 F.A.W FOR DRIVERS
FIRST PERSON ON SCENE
(7HRS)
5 DAYS
 
This training can be carried out in-house or on one of our open courses.

Minimum delegate number is 6.

STOP PRESS -  FIRST AID OPEN COURSE  IN 2017 -   STOP PRESS
 
Level 3 in First Aid
Corby / Kettering      
  8th; 15th; 22nd   March     
   6th; 13th; 20th    April
  10th; 17th; 24th   May     

                  

£195.00pp
 
First Aid at Work (ReQualification)
Kettering
23rd and 24th   March              
25th and 26th   May            

                    
 

£160.00pp
 
Level 2 in First Aid
Kettering               
  8th   March          
  6th   April         
10th   May
                 

                                  

£85.00pp

 
 
 
 


  K&A are pleased to announce that they are now an Approved Training Centre by the following bodies.
 
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