Course syllabuses can be created for specialist environments - see our First Aid for Aerialists Course page for an example of this.

Mainstream course syllabuses can also be tailored to meet the requirements of a business or activity. Examples of this include:

  • An 8 hour course for a charity working with people with mental health problems – additions included many common medical conditions and issues around first aid for self harm incidents
  • A 4 hour course for a circus skills course concentrating on incident management and most likely injuries from those activities undertaken
  • 8 hour courses run for Yorkshire Dance for Dance practitioners – a full course outline can be viewed via the link on the First Aid for Dance course
  • Additions to the Emergency First Aid at Work course syllabus for various industries. For example the following additions were added for the following workplaces:
    – A printing firm: eye injuries and chemical burns
    – A decorating company who worked at heights: falls from heights related injuries and suspension trauma plus eye injuries
    – A construction firm: eye injuries, crush injuries (extended), burns (hot machinery on site), issues with falls
    – A short 2 hour first aid session was organised for single mums through a local charity to give them confidence in dealing with any accidents their small children may have.
  • A 2 hour course run for a family with a child recently diagnosed with Anaphylaxis
  • A 16 hour course for a local canoe club based on our popular Outdoor Incident Management First Aid course with additional modules for water based activities and canoeing specific scenarios.
  • An Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) for a local hotel with extra content for kitchen and waiting staff.

 The possibilities of how we are able to tailor a course to meet your needs are endless – contact us to discuss your needs.

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