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Who is the First Aid at Work Requalification course for?

Our First Aid at Work Requalification course is designed to provide updated content to people who already have a First Aid at Work certificate.

This course should be completed while you still have valid First Aid at Work accreditation, and the Health & Safety Executive recommends that you requalify within a month of the expiration of your existing certificate.

How difficult is the Requalification course?

The Requalification course is an intensive course with only a small amount of practice time allowed. Delegates must have a good knowledge of workplace first aid practises to keep up with the pace of the course.

As with our other workplace first aid courses, attendees must have a basic understanding of the English language.

What does the course involve?

Our First Aid at Work Requalification course covers the same material as our First Aid at Work course, but the course is conducted over two days instead of three.

  • Adult resuscitation (CPR)
  • Allergic reactions
  • Asthma, bone, muscle, and joint injuries
  • Burns and scalds
  • Chest pains
  • Choking adults
  • Contacting emergency services
  • Eye injuries
  • Fainting and head injuries
  • Defibrillator prompts and pad placement
  • Low blood sugar
  • Minor and severe bleeding
  • Poisoning
  • Managing an emergency and role of the first aider
  • Seizures and shock
  • Strokes, spinal injuries, and unresponsive adults

What certificate is awarded to successful delegates?

All successful delegates will receive an industry recognised FFA Level 3 Award for First Aid at Work.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is considered working at height?

Anything above ground level is considered Working at Height. Access Towers are a large provider of PASMA Training and sit within the top 5% in the UK, allowing us to train the full range of 1-Day PASMA Courses to suit any of your work at height Tower Training requirements.

What are the working at height regulations?

It is recommended by Health & Safety standards that those who are assembling Towers should be PASMA Trained. This will give operatives a 5-year qualification of competency for the use of mobile towers.

Do I need to have a licence/certificate to use the equipment?

Certifications will vary depending on what equipment you’re hiring. It’s always best to speak with our Hire Desk if you are unsure, where they can advise what will be best for you or in more advanced working conditions, we can install onsite.

What are the different training sessions you offer & who are they for?

Training courses are for anyone using the equipment, from commercially to domestically. These will range from PASMA Training for the use of Towers, IPAF Training for the use of MEWPS as well as various other courses such as Safety Harness Training and First Aid.

How do I know which equipment will be right for the job?

Our Hire Desk are trained across the full range of work at height stock available and will be able to advise and assist cost-free.

How quickly can you supply the tower(s)?

We aim for a next-day turnaround, this is dependent on the transport routes and how busy we are at the time. It works both ways and could be earlier than your requested date.