HSE First Aid Courses
Advanced First Aid
& Child Specific
EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK HSE APPROVED (1 Day)
This course equips students with the skills necessary to deal with an emergency and act appropriately until the arrival of professional medical assistance. The course meets the requirements of the Health & Safety Executive First Aid Regulations 1981.
HSE FIRST AID AT WORK QUALIFICATION (3 days)
This course is aimed at training employees to meet the standards required by the Health & Safety Executive to achieve the Certificate of HSE First Aid at Work. This course meets the requirements of the Health & Safety Executive First Aid Regulations 1981.
HSE FIRST AID AT WORK RE-QUALIFICATION (2 days)
The certificate for this course meets the requirements of the Health & Safety Executive regulations. A candidate will need to complete this re-qualification course and pass the examination to re-validate their certificate. This procedure is only for those with a valid certificate, which has not expired prior to the commencement of the course.
CHILD SPECIFIC FIRST AID
Pinnacle is pleased to offer this certificated First Aid Course, which is approved, by the Pre School Learning Alliance, National Childminding Association and recognized by the Health & Safety Executive.
ADVANCED FIRST AID AT WORK
Candidates must hold a current HSE First Aid At Work Qualification to attend this course. At the end of the programme of study, candidates will be examined on knowledge gained during the course. Successful candidates will be trained in the effective management of incidents and will be able to demonstrate skills and knowledge from the following First Aid topics;
1. The ability to administer two person Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) promptly and effectively on a casualty.
2. The ability to administer Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) promptly and effectively to children and babies.
3. The ability to administer promptly and effectively Basic Life Support with facemasks, and supplementary oxygen.
4. The ability to administer promptly and effectively suspected spinal injury management using cervical collars.
5. The ability to use promptly and effectively specialist equipment covering any of the following: carrying chairs, stretchers, and manual suction units, emergency fracture splints.