Basic First Aid

The Basic First Aid course is ideally suited for those who want or need to be able to deliver Basic First Aid. The emphasis of this course is on Dealing with emergency life-threatening situations in the absence of an Occupational First Aider and keeping a casualty alive until the emergency services arrive. More Information. 

FAR (First Aid Response)

Joint PHECC/FITAC ‘First Aid Response’ certificate valid for 2 years. A 2-Day Refresher course is required at least every 2 years to recertify. Course includes practice of all skills, provision of clinical updates and other training need as identified by the instructor. More Information. 

QQI Occupational First Aid

This is a Level 5, 5N1207 course. The aim of this 3-day course is to allow delegates to gain an understanding of the responsibilities of the occupational first aider and be able to provide treatment for the purpose of preserving life or minimising the consequences of injury until discharge or the arrival of medical assistance. More Information.

Sports First Aid

Just like an elite athlete, our Sports First Aid Course is a fine tuned 3 hour workshop, tailored to the specific requirements of sporting clubs. We will cover the following topics over the 3 hour Sports First Aid & De-Fib Training. More Information. 

First Aid for Schools

This short First Aid Course for schools is for Teachers and Classroom Assistants wishing to be able to deal with an emergency situation, before the arrival of medical aid.  We will deliver this course in the timeframe that suits your staff. More Information.

Paediatric First Aid

The Paediatric First Aid course is designed to provide staff working in childcare and other child related roles with training in First Aid for Children. Course participants will also be equipped to provide support to the First Aid Responder within an organisation dealing with childcare or child supervision. More Information.

Infant First Aid

On this course, you will learn to recognize and treat the most common illnesses and injuries suffered by babies and toddlers; everything from life-threatening conditions to bumps and scrapes. More Information.