Occupational First Aid

Details: A comprehensive and practical three-day First Aid course which will cover the critical aspects of Occupational First Aid under current Health and Safety legislation.

Objectives: Successful participants will be registered as Occupational First Aiders. Certificate is valid for 2 years.

Method: The course is highly interactive with each theory session being followed by demonstration, practical tasks and assessment of individual skills.

Attendees: Anyone who wishes to qualify as an Occupational First Aider.

Requirements: None. Some specific learner requirements can be accommodated with prior agreement.

Certification: Participants complete a practical and theoretical examination. On successful completion of the examination, candidates will receive a Certificate of completion and /or a Fetac Level 5 Certificate, which is valid for two years.

Further Education and Training Awards Council (FETAC)

Duration: 3 days

Maximum number of participants: 10

CPR is a means of maintaining breathing and blood circulation during a crisis situation in which the patient cannot continue these functions on his own.
CPR is a means of maintaining breathing and blood circulation during a crisis situation in which the patient cannot continue these functions on his own.