Highfield or Nuco Accredited Courses

1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work (Level 3)

Course Aim

The aim of our On Day Emergency First Aid at Work course is to provide participants with basic knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond effectively to common medical emergencies and potentially life-threatening situations.

Course Summary

Our One Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course equips candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond effectively to medical emergencies, potentially saving lives and reducing the severity of injuries.

Course Description

We offer both Nuco or Highfield Accredited Training Courses which are regulated by OFQUAL.

This course is designed ensure that participants have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to intervene effectively in medical emergencies, potentially saving lives and reducing the severity of injuries until professional medical help arrives.

This course covers:

  1. Role and Responsibilities of the First Aider
  2. Assessing an Incident 
  3. Managing an Unresponsive Casualty
  4. The Respiratory System
  5. Wounds and Bleeding 
  6. Shock
  7. Seizures
  8. Dealing with Minor Injuries 



First Class Safety Health and Safety Training Academy, Swift House, Cosford Lane, Swift Valley Industrial Estate, Rugby, CV21 1QN Or Customer’s Premises


1 Day

Who should attend?

Our course is  beneficial for a wide range of individuals who may find themselves in situations where immediate medical assistance is required. This course is designed for Workplace Employees which is essential for workplaces especially those with inherent risks or where accidents are more likely to occur, require employees to have basic first aid training. This includes industries such as construction, manufacturing, healthcare, education, hospitality, and retail.



On successful completion of the theoretical test and practical assessment, delegates are issued with a certificate of attendance. This is valid for three years and it allows the holders to practice first aid during this time. Thereafter, a requalification course is required. We strongly recommend that skills are updated more frequently than this with the help of annual refresher courses.