London First Aid Training in Clapham South.
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London First Aid Training has over 10 years experience in delivering accredited first aid courses at competitive prices.

"Excellent organisation, training and value with a great trainer - a very pleasant surprise as I picked the course because it was the cheapest I could find!

I have to do a First Aid Certificate every 3 years for my work and have been doing them of varying lengths for over twenty years. I did not expect to learn anything new as I've done these courses so many times, but Tom is an excellent trainer and taught me new vital skills.

I totally recommend this course - and have advised others to book it to learn important skills. Tom makes the information very accessible and keeps the group working well together with everyone engaged.

I picked this course based on price and it was also very conveniently located. The organisation - before and after was great, Bebie was very responsive, providing all the information needed and quickly responding to any queries. "
(Serena , 19 April 2024, 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

Our first aid participants range from medical professionals (GPs, dentists, nurses, etc), first aiders who wish to requalify or a member of the general public who just wish to learn life-saving skills.

Courses for your staff can be held at your venue. Please contact us for deals or discounts.

To book a place on our open courses, please click here to go to the Booking page of our website.

See what attendees say:

"Very informative without being complicated." - Imie (1 May 2024) (Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"managed to keep me engaged - I thought it would be boring as I'm quite young but enjoyed all aspects of the course."
(Isobelle, 3 and 10 Feb 2024, Paediatric First Aid course.)

Discounted costs for multiple bookings:

Discounts are available for multiple bookings.
Please contact us for more details.

Contact us

Telephone: 020 8133 8552
Email: admin@londonfirstaidtraining.com

Venue:

Central London: 10 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5HP - four-minute walk from Warren Street tube station, Northern Line and Victoria Line, with nearby cafes and shops.

South London: 2 Tooting Bec Road, London SW17 7PG - 1 minute walk from Tooting Bec tube (Northern Line)

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Course Feedback:

"Tom has been excellent over the past few days. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and am pleased to come back for a 3rd time to do training with Tom & Bebie."
(Alex , 1-3 May 2024, 3-day First Aid at Work course.)

"Very informative without being complicated."
(Imie , 1 May 2024, 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"An engaging day, very well delivered, thoughtful and knowledgeable answers to questions and a memorable delivery!." - Anonymous (27 March 2024, Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"I really liked how we had practical training and tested what we do in different scenarios." - Saira (6 Feb 2024) (blended 2-day Paediatric First Aid course)

"The first aid training was very good and the trainer was brilliant with knowledge as well as explaining." - Anonymous (6 Feb 2024) (blended 2-day Paediatric First Aid course)

"This course was very informative and provided great insight to each medical condition and what a first aider's role should be for each! Tom was very clear + concise, great teacher!!" - Anonymous (6 Feb 2024) (blended 2-day Paediatric First Aid course)

"Amazing clearly and very well explained, very well recommended and easy local to access." (5/5) - Christian (16 Oct 2023) (1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"A very thorough and informative course." (4/5) - Jessica (16 Oct 2023) (1-day Emergency Paediatric First course.)

"Best first aid course I have attended. It is the first time I have felt I really learned first aid properly." - Charles (12 Oct 2023) (Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"Dull subject at times, but Tom made it interesting." - Kwame (12 Oct 2023) (Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"Tom was amazing a great teacher and very patient!." - Miriam (12 Oct 2023) (Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"Very thorough and knowledgeable trainer. Was great at answering questions with extra information. Enjoyed training & I feel confident to give first aid." - Edesiri (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"Good knowledge from trainer. Was really happy with the course. feel more confident having had a refresher." - Lucy (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"When doing the online training for the questions that had multiple answers, it didn't register the last answer I clicked on when I submitted in. This happened on a few of the questions." - Michelle (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"Was a very intensive training and it could be quite exhaustive and difficult to archive all the information." - Vera (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"Very informative and engaging." - Jessica (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"Very good and informative, clear to understand." - Belinda (11 Oct 2023) (Paediatric First Aid course.)

"I normally find these courses a bit slow, but Tom was very engaging and explained things clearly. I very much enjoyed using skills learned on the manequins for practicle learning." (10/10) - Ally (3 Oct 2023) (1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

"Tom has a very conversational style and made the course content engaging, paying specific attention to each person's preferred learning style. I found some of the subject changes a bit chaotic when we moved between topics, but that could well be me!" (10/10) - Natalia (3 Oct 2023) (1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course.)

Frequently Asked Questions

We add more Q&A on a regular basis. If there are any first-aid related questions you would like answered, please email admin@londonfirstaidtraining.com.

Why is there (RQF) after the course title of first aid?

If a qualification is regulated (officially recognised), there will be RQF or SCQF at the end of the course title.

Most qualifications have a difficulty level. The higher the level, the more difficult the qualification is. (https://www.gov.uk/what-different-qualification-levels-mean/list-of-qualification-levels)

The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) accredits qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. RQF is jointly regulated by the England's regulator Ofqual, Wales DCELLS and Northern Ireland's CCEA.

Scotland has its own system - the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SQCF).

The EU developed the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) as a translation tool to make national qualifications easier to understand and more comparable. (europa.eu)

The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) applies to qualifications awarded by Scottish Awarding Organisations. It has more levels than the RQF. SCQF Level 7 is equivalent to RQF Level 4, SCQF Level 10 is equivalent to RQF Level 6 and SCQF Level 11 is equivalent to RQF Level 7. (sqa.org.uk)

Level 3 First Aid at Work (RQF) is equivalent to Level 6 First Aid (SCQF). RQF or SCQF qualifications are recognised all over the UK.

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EFAW or FAW?

EFAW=one-day Emergency First Aid at Work:
- Unit 1: Emergency First Aid in the Workplace.
- EFAW is the first day of FAW.

FAW= 3-day First Aid at Work:
- Unit 1: Emergency First Aid in the Workplace. (day1)
- Unit 2: Recognition and Management of Illness and Injury in the Workplace (days 2 and 3).

After attending EFAW or FAW, you are called a qualified First Aider and you will receive a certificate valid for 3 years.

When you attend EFAW, you can opt to attend the last 2 days of FAW to upgrade your qualifications within 10 weeks.

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Paediatric first aid courses or EFAW/FAW?

EFAW (one-day Emergency First Aid at Work) and FAW (3-day First Aid at Work) deal with first aid for adults.

Paediatric First Aid courses deal with first aid for babies and children.

The Awarding Organisations allow us to combine the one-day courses which are:
a. one-day Emergency First Aid at Work, and
b. one-day Emergency Paediatric First Aid

The above two courses can be combined because of overlaps in topics. the duration of the combined course is 7 hours. The extra hour will deal with those topics that are not in the overlap.

After successfully completing the combined course described above, the participant will receive 2 certificates, one for each of the courses below:
- Certificate 1: Emergency First Aid at Work.
- Certificate 2: Emergency Paediatric First Aid.

We can also combine 3-day FAW with 2-day Paediatric First Aid course. The duration each day will also be longer. The extra time will deal with those topics that are not in the overlap.

After successfully completing the combined course described above, the participant will receive 2 certificates, one for each of the courses below:
- Certificate 1: 3-day First Aid at Work.
- Certificate 2: 2-day Paediatric First Aid.

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