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EFR Training enable schools to offer a fully certified Basic Life Support, CPR & AED course to their Key Stage 5 students for zero cost, an excellent incentive that adds value to your educational offering while providing students with valuable life skills.

The incentive requires that a minimum amount of staff (48) are trained in either Emergency First Aid at Work or Emergency Paediatric First Aid and in return we will train your Key Stage 5 students for free.

The cost of staff training can be reclaimed using the Fundae so effectively your organisation will be able to increase the number of trained first aiders, add value to your educational offer, provide students with a useful life skill and help create a generation of lifesavers.

If your organisation needs help with the Fundae process then our gestor is at hand and specialises in this area. We have also prepared a guide on how this process works. Read more

*Staff training must be completed over 1 or maximum 2 consecutive days each year.
*Student training must be completed over 1 or maximum 2 consecutive days each year.
*Staff training and student training does not have to be organised on consecutive days - seperate dates can be arranged.

Course Topics

During this half day course, Learners will develop the skills and knowledge needed to deal with a range of first aid situations. Skills include:

  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Assessing an incident
  • Managing unresponsiveness
  • CPR & AED use
  • Choking


Frequently asked questions

If you do not find the answers to your questions here simply contact us.

How many staff should be trained?

An employer is obliged to have sufficient number of personnel trained in first aid onsite to provide first aid within 3 minutes of that person becomming injured or ill. What is a sufficient will depend on factors such as the number of employees and activity of buisness.

Are courses in English or Spanish?

We can provide training in both English and Spanish languages and by fully qualified native speaking instructors ensuring participants leave feeling confident and have fully understood the concepts and topics.

What is the course timetable?

We are flexible with start and finish times to suit your workplace, with upto 1 hour for lunch on full day courses and coffee breaks. Courses are split into theory and practical sessions and durations can be found on the specific course detail page.

How many can be trained at once?

Guidance states that there should be a ratio of 1 instructor for every 8-12 participants during practical exercises and that there is sufficient material available. We can provide training for groups of just 6 participants up to 100 participants at a time.

Does my company require a defibrillator?

Legislation released in 2017 places an obligation on many workplaces including those with more than 250 employees, hotels, sports centres, education centres such as schools, colleges and universities as well dental pracices to install at least one defibrillator.

How long are certificates valid for?

Our courses meet with the Spanish Plan Nacional de RCP and UK HSE & Ofsted Guidelines meaning we dual certify all of our first aid courses. UK certifications are valid for 3 years while Spanish certifications are valid for 2 years.

Can my company reclaim the cost of training?

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