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GTAccess is here to provide nationally recognised first aid courses in Bromsgrove for employees of all types of industries. First aid is crucial in the workplace and every business requires a certain number of qualified first aiders. GTAccess provides a variety of first aid courses to cover an expansive range of practical skills. You will be guided by expert first aid instructors and conduct practical tests as well as multiple-question assessments to gain your qualification. By the end of your first aid at work course, you will have confidence knowing you have the means to aid in the event of accidents or other adverse situations.  


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Our first aid courses

GTAccess provides the best selection of nationally recognised first aid courses at our Bromsgrove training centre. 

Highfield Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF)

With a total qualification time of seven hours, the Highfield Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) teaches and assesses learners on first aid skills such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) and how to aid those who are choking, have external bleeding or hypovolaemic shock.

First Aid at Work Qualifying (FAW)

This course in Bromsgrove is suitable for people who work in any type of sector but is best suited for those working with mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) in construction and other hazardous areas. By passing this course, you will be a qualified first aider with skills including how to assess an incident and provide first aid to an unresponsive casualty or those with minor injuries.

First Aid at Work Refresher (FAW-R)

After three years, first aiders will need to take this refresher course to remain certified. Those taking this first aid course in Bromsgrove will refresh their skills and knowledge using the latest techniques and conduct a practical and multiple-choice assessment. By passing both assessments, you will be certified for another three years.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

With one in four people in the UK suffering from a common mental health issue at work, GTAccess provides comprehensive mental health first aid in the workplace courses that teach to provide first-level support and early intervention for those suffering and help break the stigma of mental health issues. At the end of this course, you will receive a digital certificate accredited by MHFA England.

What will I learn?

First aid training at work in Bromsgrove will develop a wide range of skills and expert knowledge on first aid, with each course offering distinct qualifications and expertise.

With our first aid courses, you will learn to: 

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider 
  • Be able to assess an incident 
  • Provide first aid to an unresponsive casualty 
  • Provide first aid to a casualty who is choking, in shock or has external bleeding 
  • Give first aid to those with minor injuries, such as small cuts, bruises and splinters 
  • Administer first aid to a casualty with minor burns and scalds 

Mental health first aid in the workplace includes: 

  • Providing first level support and early intervention 
  • Encouraging individuals to access professional help and support 
  • Aid in quicker recovery 
  • Practice active listening and empathy 

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Why choose GTAccess for first aid training?

With GTAccess’s first aid courses in Bromsgrove, you will be trained by experts who have years of experience and understand the latest first aid techniques. We guarantee a successful learning experience and have a very high pass rate.  

Many of our courses can be completed within one to three days and your certificates are valid for three years, meeting all HSE (Health and Safety Executive) requirements. Our first aid at work courses are also Highfield accredited and sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). From minor injuries and learning to perform CPR to helping those with mental health issues, GTAccess can facilitate it all at our training centre in Bromsgrove.  

Other training options

GTAccess provides multiple other training courses in Bromsgrove to teach individuals to be qualified in various aspects of working with MEWPs and other access equipment. 

We have an extensive range of IPAF (The International Powered Access Federation) courses, including operator training to become competent to drive MEWPs safely, harness training for users and inspectors, load and unload courses for those loading and unloading MEWPs, dumpers, excavators and telehandlers as well as competent assessed person (CAP) courses that ensure proficiency in undertaking inspections of MEWPs and other machinery. These courses can be completed at our Bromsgrove test centre, and other depot locations, with some courses via e-learning.  

Our other training courses include: 


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Have more questions about our first aid training courses in Bromsgrove?

Our first aid courses in Bromsgrove are for those who want to receive training in emergency first aid in low-risk areas, those with exposure to various hazards, those who need to refresh their knowledge, as well as those who wish to support individuals at work with mental health issues.

According to HSE guidelines, failure to provide first aid in the event of an injury or sudden illness could result in the casualty’s death. Any disregard for established standards or persistent poor compliance can result in prosecution.

Yes, our first aid courses require a 100% pass rate on both practical and multi-question assessments, otherwise, you will have failed the first aid course.

With each of our first aid courses, attendees will need to take a practical assessment on the skills they have learned as well as a multiple-choice exam which is typically around ten questions long that they must pass to become first aid qualified.

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To start your journey in becoming first aid qualified or for more information on our first aid courses, get in touch with the GTAccess team. 

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