Candidate Age Requirements
Candidate Age Requirements
EFAW qualification meets the requirements of the First Aid at Work regulations and is regulated by OFQUAL. It is suitable for businesses, schools and community groups to meet their legal obligations.
The course content meets the needs of employers, communities and individuals committed to providing safety and first aid support for aquatic and non-aquatic (dry) activities in work or associated environment. At the end of the course, participants will be able to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill at work.
Is this course suitable for you?
EFAW course is recommended to everyone. Organisations are particularly advised to take this course. No prior first aid knowledge is required for this course.
EFAW qualification is for learners over 16 years old.
The Emergency First Aid at Work qualification is valid for three years. Candidates must requalify before the expiry date of their existing qualification to remain qualified. Although not compulsory, it is recommended that learners refresh their knowledge annually.
To get qualified in EFAW course, candidates must be 16 years of age at the date of assessment, show 100% attendance and complete all assessments.
This OFQUAL-accredited qualification is suitable for all industries and meets HSE requirements.
To ensure the best support is provided to candidates, the maximum number attending a course is limited to 12.
The total qualification time for Emergency First Aid at Work course is 7 hours. It is made up of 6 guided learning hours (excluding breaks), including assessments, and 1 hour for self-study.
Assessment for Emergency First Aid at Work course will include a mixture of practical and theory-based evaluations.
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Emergency First Aid at Work
29 September 2022
Wembley, North London
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You can add the AED and Anaphylaxis courses to your EFAW training or extend your qualification with the FAW course.
Automated External Defibrillator Programme
The AED Programme is a four-hour course, providing candidates with knowledge, skills and confidence to act safely, promptly and effectively to deal with a casualty suffering a cardiac arrest.
Basic Life Support and Management of Anaphylaxis
Anaphylaxis qualification provides learners with the knowledge, skills and confidence to deal with a casualty suffering from anaphylactic shock and requires medication from an auto-injector.