Glasgow First Aid Courses

Part of Skills training group, we deliver award-Winning First Aid Courses and training in glasgow, scotland. We guarantee you the best value first aid courses in glasgow.

Our First Aid Training Courses In Glasgow

Emergency First Aid at Work Course Glasgow

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One-Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Glasgow: Training and Assessment for the Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) Qualification.

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First Aid at Work Course Glasgow - 3 Days

Full Time

FAIB Accredited Blended First Aid at Work (FAW) qualification (6 Hours E-Learning & 2 Days Practical) - for businesses in medium to high risk environments

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First Aid at Work Refresher Course Glasgow

Full Time

A 2-day First Aid at Work Refresher Course for people who hold a current First Aid at Work (FAW) Certificate.

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Paediatric First Aid Course Glasgow

Full Time

This course is suitable for staff who have been identified to act as the first aider in a low-risk workplace who are caring for children and babies.

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On-Site First Aid Training Glasgow


Our on-site training allows you to have your course at any of your venues, however you like at a cost of £495 + VAT per day which includes up to 12 students.

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Our First Aid Locations


Murray House, 17 Murray Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire, PA3 1QG

Venue Overview

Our Paisley Venue is conveniently located on Murray Street, just a 9-minute walk from Paisley Gilmour Street Train Station & a 10-minute walk from St James Train Station. Transport by car is very straightforward coming from the M8 or A737. There is plenty of free on-site parking.


Dalgety Bay
Block 19, Ridge Way, Donibristle Business Park, Hillend, Dalgety Bay, KY11 9JN

Venue Overview

Our Centre in Dalgety Bay is well placed for all different types of transport, including by train, car, bus or even by foot. If you’re travelling slightly further to our, we can suggest affordable and reliable accommodation that’s conveniently close to our training centre.

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FAIB Accredited First Aid Courses

The First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) is a trade body for the first-aid sector that sets guidelines for qualifications. To be accepted by the FAIB, you must show evidence of high-quality first-aid training and quality management standards. The FAIB is a well-established organisation that regulates hundreds of training institutions across the country.

FOFATO Members

We are affiliated with the Federation of First Aid Training Organizations (FOFATO).

The FOFATO was created to raise the standards of First Aid and, as a result, raise public awareness of the profession. Since 2007, the HSE has recognized the FOFATO as the main consulting organisation in matters regarding First Aid.

First Aid Courses in Glasgow

Glasgow First Aid Courses are a leading provider of first aid training courses in Glasgow. we deliver training for some of glasgow's most renowned companies, such as rangers football club.

Our easy and central travel routes make first aid courses with us easy and straightforward. We deliver emergency first aid at work, first aid at work, paediatric first aid courses and on-site first aid training for only £495 per day.

Our First aid courses are the best value in Glasgow.

Many of the instructors working for Glasgow First Aid Courses are currently employed in emergency services or have previously served in them. Each trainer has extensive years of life-saving expertise and methods to pass on to you.

Following the completion of the course, each participant is awarded a HSE recognised certificate that is valid for three years. It is highly recommended that you refresh your First Aid skills once a year through a one-day refresher course under current standards.

We take a unique approach to education:

- Trainers have a minimum of 5 years first aid training experience. We've always thought that it's critical to the training's quality.

- We employ a wide range of learning styles in order to ensure that all attendees have an opportunity to interact with the trainer throughout the course.

- We employ a pleasant and informal approach that encourages visitors to unwind.

- We prefer that students learn by talking about their own experiences.

- Delegates learn life-saving skills like as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
frequently, working one-on-one with the instructor, who will give frequent feedback.

Glasgow First Aid Courses for work include:

Emergency first aid at work. The minimum requirement for a first aider in any workplace with a need for one is usually this one-day course. This course is great for people who work in low-risk environments, such as a business or office. It's also good for companies that have determined that emergency first aid expertise is required to meet their needs.

First aid at work. People who need to give first aid to someone who has been injured or becomes ill at work might take this three-day course. It covers training on certain injuries and diseases that may have been addressed in your first aid needs

First aid at work requalification. This course is for anybody who wishes to renew their certification and maintain their first-aid at work certificate by requalifying and updating the skills they previously learned on a first aid at work course.

Paediatric first aid. This one-day course is for nannies, childminders, nursery workers, and au pairs who care for infants and youngsters in any setting.

Contact us today for all your first aid course requirements.

What Is First Aid?

First aid is the initial medical care given to someone who is sick or injured before they receive professional medical treatment. It involves simple procedures like applying a bandage to a cut or helping a choking patient. In a life-threatening situation, calling an ambulance is crucial to ensure prompt medical attention. Hospitals and other health facilities are equipped to handle more severe illnesses and injuries, and medical professionals can provide more comprehensive treatment to ensure the best outcome for the patient. First aid is a critical component of overall health and well-being, and everyone should have basic knowledge of how to provide it.

Why become a qualified first aider?

Becoming a qualified first aider can provide you with the skills and knowledge to provide emergency assistance and care to individuals who may experience a variety of injuries or medical conditions.

Here are some reasons why becoming a qualified first aider is important:

Emergency situations: First aid training can prepare you to respond effectively to emergencysituations such as accidents, sudden illnesses, and injuries. In suchsituations, prompt and effective first aid can make a lifesaving difference andprevent the condition from getting worse.  

Help and assistance: Asa qualified first aider, you can provide immediate help and assistance toindividuals who need it. You can also help to calm down and reassure the personuntil professional medical help arrives.

Care and treatment: First aid training equips you with theskills to provide care and treatment to injured or ill individuals. This caninclude providing treatment for wounds, bleeding, burns, and administering CPRor using an AED to help resuscitate a person in cardiac arrest.

Lifesaving skills:First aid training can give you lifesaving skills that can help you to save aperson's life in an emergency situation. These skills can include CPR, using anAED, and administering first aid for choking or poisoning.

Injuries and wounds: First aid training can teach you how toprovide effective treatment for injuries and wounds such as cuts, bruises,burns, and fractures. You can learn how to identify and treat these injuries toprevent them from getting worse.

Medical conditions:First aid training can also help you to respond to medical conditions such asseizures, unconsciousness, fainting, shock, and head injuries. You can learnhow to provide the appropriate care and treatment for these conditions.  

Musculoskeletalinjuries: First aid training can also teach you how to identify and provide basiccare for musculoskeletal injuries such as broken bones, sprains, and strains.This can help to reduce pain and prevent further damage


Topics Covered In First Aid Training

Basic life support (CPR and AED usage)
Choke management
Bleeding control and wound management
Fracture and sprain management
Head, neck, and back injuries
Heat- and cold-related emergencies
Poisoning and overdose management
Seizure management
Dehydration management
Allergic reactions and anaphylaxis
Burns and scalds
Eye injuries
Cardiac emergencies
Stroke recognition and management
Environmental emergencies (e.g. hypothermia, heat stroke)
Medications and their proper usage
Infection control and prevention
Psychological first aid
Paediatric first aid
Pregnancy and childbirth emergencies
First aid for specific populations (e.g. elderly, people with disabilities)
Emergency preparedness and response.

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