Emergency first aid workshop

07796 297 071 07796 297 071
8th June 2022, 10.00am - 5.00pm
Open to all
Preston Therapy Centre, 5 Victoria Terrace, Lostock Hall, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 5RX

This should be a must for absolutely everyone. You just never know when you might need it and you could save someone's life.

The course is designed to provide a framework for confidence in the provision of emergency first aid procedures prior to the arrival of medical services.

Course content

  • general introduction
  • health, safety and hygiene
  • equipment
  • burns and scalds
  • wounds and bleeding
  • shock
  • choking
  • unconsciousness
  • CPR

Safe practice information

Our Covid adaptations are robust, adhering to professional (FHT and SMA) and awarding (VTCT) body guidelines. We are limiting our classes to just two students to maximise social distancing in the classroom. No other activities will be on at the centre during the training to ensure a minimum number of people. All tutors have completed rigorous accredited Infection Prevention qualifications, and PPE will be worn for all close contact practical work.

Should Covid rules change, the training will be re-scheduled or any payments made can be refunded.

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Hosted by Preston Therapy Centre

We deliver professional qualifications in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. All our tutors are working therapists each with over 20 years of relevant experience and practical knowledge. Your training group will be small, usually no more than 4 students, to ensure maximum individual attention. Other training dates can be organised on request.


Hosted by Preston Therapy Centre

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