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Level 3 First Aid at Work

Interactive course content written by experienced first-aid trainers. This 4-5-hour course can be used as part of a blended-learning approach and can replace 1 day of the 3-day Level 3 first aid at work (RQF) qualification.

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About this Course

The Level 3 First Aid at Work provides more advanced training than the Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work course. It is designed to ensure that on successful completion of the course delegates are trained first aiders in the workplace in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

According to the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981, employers are required to provide the necessary equipment, facilities and personnel to make sure that their employees receive immediate care if they hurt themselves or fall ill at work.

This training is suitable for low-risk workplaces (offices, restaurants, shops, etc.) where a qualified first aider is not required according to the first aid risk assessment. It is best practice to provide all employees with first aid training, especially those who are in-charge of making first aid arrangements. This course fulfils this requirement.

Emergencies can happen at any time and in any place, so you never really know when you may have to use your first aid skills in a potentially life-threatening situation. An estimated 600,000 people suffer non-fatal accidents at work every year. Hence it is important that employees are equipped with the correct skills to respond to accidents and emergencies in the workplace. Timely administration of first aid can prevent the condition of the injured person from deteriorating.

This course meets the criteria set by the HSE and is suitable for anyone who wants to achieve a Level 3 First Aid at Work (RQF) qualification as it replaces 1 day of the 3-day course. It can also be used as a refresher or induction training for the designated first-aider in the workplace, as it covers all practical aspects of first-aid as well. Upon successful completion, learners will achieve a completion certificate and will then be able to take the in-person exam at a recognised training centre to attain their RQF certificate.

We also offer Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work

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After successfully completing the course you will receive an e-certificate that you can download onto your device.

Areas Covered

  • 1

    Understanding the Role and Responsibilities of a First-Aider

    Understand the role and responsibilities of a first-aider, learn how to minimise the risk of infection to yourself and to others, understand the need to establish consent prior to treating a casualty, learn to complete an accident record form correctly and accurately, acquire the knowledge to identify the first-aid equipment and personnel that should be available in a workplace and learn how to use first-aid equipment safely.

  • 2

    Assessing an Incident

    Learn how to conduct a scene survey and a primary survey of a casualty, and learn when to call for help.

  • 3

    Managing an Unresponsive Casualty

    Learn how to assess a casualty’s level of consciousness and open their airway to check for breathing. Find out why it’s important to place the unconscious casualty into the recovery position and learn how to do this, as well as manage a casualty who is in a seizure. In addition, learn how to recognise the need to commence cardiopulmonary resuscitation when it arises and correctly give CPR.

  • 4

    Recognising and Assisting a Choking Casualty

    Learn to recognise a casualty who either has a partially or completely blocked airway and administer first aid to a casualty who is choking, whether they are conscious or unconscious.

  • 5

    Managing a Casualty - External Bleeding and Shock

    Learn how to identify different types of external bleeding and the methods you should use to control an external bleed. Learn to recognise shock and administer first aid to a casualty who is in shock.

  • 6

    Managing a Casualty - Minor Injury

    Learn how to administer first aid to casualties with small cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns, scalds and small splinters.

  • 7

    Conducting a Secondary Survey

    Learn what information needs to be collected about a casualty's history, and how to conduct a head-to-toe survey.

  • 8

    A Casualty with Injuries to Their Bone, Muscles and Joints

    Learn how to recognise and administer first aid for fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains.

  • 9

    A Casualty with Head and Spinal Injuries

    Learn to both recognise and treat suspected concussions, skull fractures, cerebral compressions and spinal injuries.

  • 10

    A Casualty with Burns and Eye Injuries

    Learn how to recognise the factors that affect the severity of burns, scalds and eye injuries. Learn to administer first aid for burns involving dry and wet heat, electricity and chemicals.

  • 11

    A Casualty with Sudden Poisoning or Anaphylaxis

    Learn how to identify the routes that poisons can take to enter the body, and how to administer immediate first aid to a casualty affected by sudden poisoning. Learn to recognise and identify common triggers for anaphylaxis, and understand how to administer immediate first aid for a casualty suffering from anaphylaxis.

  • 12

    A Casualty with a Major Illness

    Learn how to recognise and administer first aid to a casualty suffering from a major illness, such as heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma and diabetes.

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FAQ's

Employers have an obligation under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and Approved Code of Practice (ACOP L74, Second Edition) to make sufficient first aid arrangements for their employees.

HSE does not approve any First Aid course. However, our course does meet the requirements set by the HSE.

The law does not specify the validity of a first aid course; however, it is recommended that the training is provided every year as a refresher course.

This is an online course and does not replace the face-to-face training requirements. However, it can be taken as an annual refresher course during the 3-year interval period between practical training. It can also be used to complete the knowledge requirement of the practical training.

A first-aider should be able to recognise and diagnose injuries and illness, as well as understand how to administer emergency treatment and life support. Some of the roles and responsibilities of a First aider is stated below:

- Manage the incident and ensure the continuing safety of themselves, bystanders and the casualty.

- Assess casualties and find out the nature & cause of their injuries.

- Arrange for further medical help or other emergency services to attend (e.g.: the fire service).

- If trained, prioritise casualties based upon medical need.

- Provide appropriate first aid treatment as trained.

- If able, make notes/observations of casualties.

- Fill out any paperwork as required.

- Provide a handover when further medical help arrives.

The law does not specify an exact number. However, a risk assessment should be carried out to determine the likelihood of health emergencies. For a high-risk environment, it is recommended to have 1 first aider for every 50 employees. If there is a change in ergonomics, the risk assessment should be updated.

It is highly unlikely that legal action will be taken against a first aider given he or she was following best practice and had had the right training. However, you should check with your company’s insurance providers whether they cover first-aiders’ liability in the insurance policy.

The First Aid at Work is a three-day course designed to cover the training requirements for the official first aider in an organisation. It is ideal for high-risk environments. Emergency First Aid at Work is a one-day course that is designed for low-risk environments.

Once you have accessed your course for the first time, you have 2 year to complete it.

Our e-learning is available to use on tablets, PCs, and laptops. All you need is a stable internet connection.

A learning management system or LMS is a software application for the administration, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of learning content. It is the system that learners will log into, to access their courses, and administrators will use to manage their learners.

The Tutorak LMS has been created with the needs of a business in mind; it reduces the time and effort required to administer training and features detailed reports on training progress. We have worked in partnership with many businesses and organisations and have gained a unique understanding of the challenges they face while delivering training to a workforce. This has allowed us to create a flexible system which can be modified according to the needs of your company.

When you purchase a course, you receive two emails, a payment receipt and login credentials to access the LMS. You can click on the link provided in the email to go to the login page and enter the provided details to log in to your account.

For the purchase of a single course licence, you will be given details to access a learner account, where you can take your course directly. Any purchases above a single course license will automatically generate details for an administrator account for you to manage the learners that will be taking the course.

Is this course a legal requirement?

Employers have an obligation under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and Approved Code of Practice (ACOP L74, Second Edition) to make sufficient first aid arrangements for their employees.

Is your course approved by the HSE?

HSE does not approve any First Aid course. However, our course does meet the requirements set by the HSE.

How long is the training valid for?

The law does not specify the validity of a first aid course; however, it is recommended that the training is provided every year as a refresher course.

Does this course replace practical training?

This is an online course and does not replace the face-to-face training requirements. However, it can be taken as an annual refresher course during the 3-year interval period between practical training. It can also be used to complete the knowledge requirement of the practical training.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a First Aider?

A first-aider should be able to recognise and diagnose injuries and illness, as well as understand how to administer emergency treatment and life support. Some of the roles and responsibilities of a First aider is stated below: - Manage the incident and ensure the continuing safety of themselves, bystanders and the casualty. - Assess casualties and find out the nature & cause of their injuries. - Arrange for further medical help or other emergency services to attend (e.g.: the fire service). - If trained, prioritise casualties based upon medical need. - Provide appropriate first aid treatment as trained. - If able, make notes/observations of casualties. - Fill out any paperwork as required. - Provide a handover when further medical help arrives.

How many first aiders do I need?

The law does not specify an exact number. However, a risk assessment should be carried out to determine the likelihood of health emergencies. For a high-risk environment, it is recommended to have 1 first aider for every 50 employees. If there is a change in ergonomics, the risk assessment should be updated.

Can legal action be taken against first-aiders?

It is highly unlikely that legal action will be taken against a first aider given he or she was following best practice and had had the right training. However, you should check with your company’s insurance providers whether they cover first-aiders’ liability in the insurance policy.

What is the difference between the First Aid at Work and the Emergency First Aid at Work?

The First Aid at Work is a three-day course designed to cover the training requirements for the official first aider in an organisation. It is ideal for high-risk environments. Emergency First Aid at Work is a one-day course that is designed for low-risk environments.

How long do I have to complete my course?

Once you have accessed your course for the first time, you have 2 year to complete it.

Which devices can I use to access this course?

Our e-learning is available to use on tablets, PCs, and laptops. All you need is a stable internet connection.

What is the Learning Management System?

A learning management system or LMS is a software application for the administration, tracking, reporting, automation, and delivery of learning content. It is the system that learners will log into, to access their courses, and administrators will use to manage their learners. The Tutorak LMS has been created with the needs of a business in mind; it reduces the time and effort required to administer training and features detailed reports on training progress. We have worked in partnership with many businesses and organisations and have gained a unique understanding of the challenges they face while delivering training to a workforce. This has allowed us to create a flexible system which can be modified according to the needs of your company.

What happens after I have purchased the course?

When you purchase a course, you receive two emails, a payment receipt and login credentials to access the LMS. You can click on the link provided in the email to go to the login page and enter the provided details to log in to your account.

What happens if I buy more than one course?

For the purchase of a single course licence, you will be given details to access a learner account, where you can take your course directly. Any purchases above a single course license will automatically generate details for an administrator account for you to manage the learners that will be taking the course.