3 Day First Aid at Work Course


Delegates receive a A4 Certificate valid for 3 yrs.

3 Days · 9am - 4pm

£195 + VAT per person

  • Free parking
  • Extensive handouts
  • Lunch & refreshments
  • Hire of equipment
  • Free letter of attendance provided on request whilst certification is processed


  • Bristol
  • On site by arrangement


If you have 1 to 12 delegates you can attend one of our open or public training courses.

We can open a private course or organise training on site from 6 to 12 delegates.

Participants develop the skills necessary to become a competent and confident First Aider in their work place and will be awarded an Emergency First Aid at Work certificate, valid for 3 years, although an annual refresher is recommended.

This course is HSE approved and meets the requirements of the Health and Safety Regulations 1981.

Course includes:

  • Recognition of illness / injury
  • Record keeping
  • Personal hygiene and infection control
  • Unconsciousness
  • Resuscitation
  • Management of choking casualty

  • Fractures
  • Burns and scalds
  • Bleeding and shock
  • Major and minor illnesses
  • Poisoning and eye injuries

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Who Needs 3 Day First Aid at Work Course

All industry sectors and all levels of personnel including operatives, supervisors, managers, directors, construction workers, maintenance personnel, engineers, plumbers, electricians, teachers etc.


Trainer - Alan Bigwood
Alan Bigwood

Alan is our Senior Trainer and Technical Director.

He spent 30 years as a Health & Safety Director of a National Construction company, so he has the muddy boots experience, the qualifications, the stories as well as the likability and sense of humour so crucial to helping people understand the importance of Health & Safety in the workplace.


  1. Q: How is this First Aid course assessed?


    At the end of this course participants undertake a theory and practical assessment carried out by independent assessors. They will be required to demonstrate proficiency in the theoretical and practical aspects of unconsciousness, resuscitation and the control of bleeding.

  2. Q: Should I go on the 1 day or 2 day First Aid course?


    Whilst there are no hard and fast rules the HSE lay down, they have published this on their website which explains all the factors you need to think about before deciding what First Aid course is best for you. I would also advise that you go to whoever you are working for to see what they advise. At the end of the day the questions best asked is if something did happen on site, would you be able to deal with it? If you were in court because of an incident, would the judge think the training you had be adequate? Whatever route you decide upon, we would be happy to help you with either the 3 day or 1 day course.

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