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Refresher First Aid

This is a 1 day course for those who already have a valid occupational First Aid qualification and want to keep their certification up to date. The one day courses refreshes and summarizes the learning from the occupational course including administering CPR and use of a defibrillator. Learners are issued a certificate which is valid for 2 years.


This course helps those who are nominated as occupational first aiders in the work place to ensure that their confidence and first aid skills are kept up to date.

Occupational First Aid - Fetac Level 5 accreditation
This a 3 day course which answers the requirements of the HSA where regulations specify that employers are required to to have a sufficient number of occupational first aiders trained and available in the work place. This is a comprehensive, wide ranging course with lots of hands on scenarios which the trainer will ensure are relevant and tailored to your work place. Students will also learn CPR and how to use a defibrillator.
Each particpant receives an easy to use full colour manual and FETAC level 5 certification which is valid for 2 years. After this period, 1 day refresher courses are available to update skills and keep certification valid.


Occupational First Aid

Child Care First Aid 
1 or 2 day basic first aid courses which are specifically designed for those who work or volunteer in the care of children from infancy until puberty. Participants learn how to manage illness, accidents and emergencies common in children. 
 1 day course - Suitable for babysitters and stay at home parents and grandparents.
 2 day course - Recommended for child care workers in creches, play schools and teachers of young children.
 3 day course Paediatric First Aid - Follows the occupational course syllabus but tailors all content towards the care of children and  is FETAC certified. Excellent comprehensive course for those in child care professions.

I was very impressed. I did a few courses this year and this was by far miles ahead in both delivery and presentation. 

Colette Concannon, Occupational First Aid course, Ballinrobe 2014

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