First Aid Courses Continue during Lockdown -08 January 2021
COVID-19 update January 2021 : We continue to deliver First Aid Training to essential businesses that remain open and have a legal first aid requirement for first aiders such as Schools, Early Years, Construction, food manufacturing and those supplying the NHS.
First Aid at Work Blended Learning Now Available -08 January 2021
Blended Learning combines traditional face-to-face training/assessment with remote training or e-Learning. With part of the course delivered online and practical elements of the qualifications then being covered in the classroom. First Aid at Work course is split into two sections, with 1/3 delivered online: • Day one: covering theory outside of the classroom– via e-Learning • Day two & three: classroom-based delivery focussing on practical skills.
Two candidates that attended our Regulated First Aid Courses have performed CPR and used their onsite Defibrillator saving colleagues lives during Covid-19
New Birmingham First Aid Training Venue. -30 October 2020
We are delighted to announce that Safeaid Services has opened a new full time training Suite in Birmingham to facilitate our Regulated First Aid Courses.
What is essential training? For workplaces that are unable to maintain adequate first aid provision, essential face-to-face classroom training may be required. This could include those who work in hospitals, schools, supermarkets, care homes, construction, manufacturing and other front line services. Other essential training may also be required for key workers to comply with health and safety regulations and safeguarding requirements.
New Full Time Training Suite For Safeaid Services -27 March 2019
Our full time training suite has been opened.
A great CPR success story. -14 January 2019
Safeaid Services provided a free basic First aid course in Willenhall to the Trinity bowls club and the local Salvation Army group earlier in the year.
Change in Paediatric First Aid. -14 January 2019
Changes in course title to improve training again for Paediatric First Aiders.