FIRST AID SESSIONS
We are offering the public and businesses the chance to not only learn an invaluable skill, but to see the fees they pay for it go to a life saving project.
As part of our role as a charity, HESE offer first aid sessions to everyone from companies to event organisers. Our training is updated and relevant to current standards of practice within the industry, and our current instructors have received training from an Ofqual regulated body to teach first aid and hand out certificates to learners.
We can provide courses to you that would cover the following:
- First Aid at Work
- Adult & Paediatric First Aid
- Automated External Defibrillation (AED) Training
These topics would all be applied into one course, which would usually (depending on the number of learners) take one to two days of practice to complete. We can offer more in depth training to one topic if you preferred, for example, to just do the First Aid at Work course.
On successful completion of the course you would be issued with a certificate authorised by your instructor, the charity and the regulating body with which HESE are associated.
As we are predominantly based in the North West we are more readily available to do local training, but are also open to certain enquiries in all regions of the UK. HESE are registered as a charity in England and Wales, but our first aid instructors are authorised to teach all over the UK and internationally, to help with our aid projects abroad.
Course Fees and Additional Info
Please send all inquiries here for one of our representatives to respond with a quote and more course information.
We charge these courses to cover the cost of us providing a specialist instructor to carry out teaching, as well as to cover certification fees and any required hosting or transport. An agreed percentage of the instructor fee will always be donated towards HESE.
If fundraisers were to commit to a substantial fundraising sponsorship then we are also willing to discuss providing first aid training to them free of charge if their fundraising goal is successfully reached.