As a recognised market leader in the delivery of high quality first aid training throughout the UK, Aid Training provides a host of courses and qualifications for every situation, from occupational hazards to hostile environments, managing conflict to specific instructor qualifications.
All our training is developed with our clients’ needs in mind, and our highly qualified, fully accredited assessors can provide a variety of course options to suit your requirements.
This four hour basic first aid course includes both theory and practical sessions within a relaxed atmosphere that is designed to promote confidence.
This course is suitable for anybody who has a first aid training background.
This is an ideal course to help keep your first aiders updated; it also provides an opportunity for them to ask questions to their instructor and peers.
This three-day course is aimed at those who carry out manual handling of people training within the workplace.
This course is the starting point for anyone involved in the delivery of learning. The course is part of the National Qualifications Framework and is set at a nationally recognized Level 3, and is invaluable for those who are serious about their training careers.
This is a first stage teaching qualification that will give candidates a fundamental understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a teacher/trainer in relation to legislation, equality, diversity, inclusively and meeting the needs of learners.
It is recommended that annual refresher training is taken as part of a Trainer’s commitment to professionally develop.
The V1 Award for Internal Verifiers has been revised and re-written by LLUK and we are now offering the following qualifications for Internal Verifiers and quality assurance staff.
The QA Level 3 Certificate in First Response Emergency Care (RQF) qualification is specifically designed for those seeking a career in the emergency services, ambulance services, the event medical sector or those who work in high risk workplaces.
The new Assessors Qualification replaced the old A1 and A2 assessor award qualifications as of December 31st 2010.