First Aid Training 

Highfield Level 3 Award in
First Aid at Work

The objective of this qualification is to support learners in becoming first aiders in the workplace.

The content of the qualification meets the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) requirements for training first aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to this level within their first-aid needs assessment

Cost: £TBA

Duration: 3 day

Qualification: Level 3 - nationally recognised



The aim of this course is to train candidates to manage an accident scene in the workplace, effectively communicate and delegate until the Emergency services arrive.


The course will teach the skills needed to deal with a casualty who is unconscious, not breathing, injured (as a result of an accident at work), and/or suffering from a medical condition.


The course also includes what to do after an accident or incident at work, reporting procedures, disposal of clinical waste, and ensuring that your first aid kit complies with the standards set by the HSE.

  • Understanding the role of a First Aider

  • The need for reporting accidents

  • Caring for an unconscious casualty

  • Performing CPR

  • Blood loss and shock

  • Burns and scalds

  • Disorders of the airway

  • Poisoning

  • Bone injuries

  • Major medical conditions (including the administration of aspirin and epinephrine)

  • Theory & Practical Elements Included.


Who Should Attend

All employees who wish to become qualified First Aiders and are easily accessible to other employees in the workplace specifically in high risk work environments.

Most of our customers prefer in-house training

Perhaps you’re like the majority of our clients, who love how convenient it is for us to come to them. We’ll bring everything we need, and will run your training in your training room, meeting room or other suitable space.


All our First Aid courses can be assessed and Accredited by Highfield or we can run it as an ‘in-house’ course.

corporate bookings, please get in touch separately.