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What numbers and first aider skill level do you need for your business?

If you are an employer you will know all about raising and using the skills of your staff.  You may well have a view about how many staff you think should be trained and this may relate to the type of business you run, the number of locations your staff are based or you may simply want to demonstrate the value you place on safeguarding your employees.

The Health and Safety Executive provides this informed and supportive guidance to help employers – click here.  To summarise, the below table may give you useful food for thought.  Having seen the views of the HSE and drawn your own conclusions, look at the courses we offer for more detail.  If you have bespoke requirements we can help with that too – just contact us and we’ll happily work through your needs to develop the right package for you and your team.

Employers FA RA Chart

 

First Aid Courses Terms and Conditions

terms-and-conditionsCourse fees include award certification, no additional fee will be required. Attendance for the duration of the full course is required for full assessment to be made and an award to be made.

Course fees are required at time of booking.

Cancellations and course non-attendance. Evince Training Ltd regrets that course bookings cancelled within four weeks of the course date will incur a penalty of 50% of course fees. No refund will be possible where notification of non-attendance is made less than seven days before the course date or where no notification of non-attendance is provided. No refund will be possible where the full course is not completed.

Each course has a minimum number of students required to be viable. Evince Training Ltd reserves the right to adjust the date/location of the course or to cancel the course. In such unusual circumstances an alternative course or a full refund will be offered.

The course programme is correct at time of publishing. Evince Training Ltd reserves the right to vary the programme where professional demands arise (e.g. HSE syllabus amendments arise).