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Frequently Asked Questions

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How much does the course cost?

Our courses are priced per person or per course if this is inhouse. All our prices include the qualification fee, first aid manual, and all resources used on the day.

All our courses are delivered using teaching & learning methods that ensure engagement & participation to ensure you “Can “use the knowledge and skills well after the course has finished.

Most training courses can be claimed back against your companies/ business end of year taxes. This includes staff training for early years nurseries therefore the long term costs are minimal.

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I can’t afford to lose staff for one to three days!

It is a legal requirement that all businesses/organisations, schools, early years & health care providers have a trained and qualified first aider on site at all times & that everyone under takes industry  relevant training regularly.

If it is found, following an investigation, that there was a breach of H&S laws including inadequate staff training you could be prosecuted. The fines are huge and it could result in imprisonment.

Although inconvenient, hours lost to staff training, is a far cheaper option in the long term.

Quality staff training will benefit your business by safer practices being implemented.

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How long will the course take?

We pride ourselves in working with you to ensure you gain the right qualifications & training your business needs. We understand that taking 3 full days out of a week is a lot for some business so we organise some of our courses over a few weeks so you attend once a week depending to the course being delivered.

We can deliver all our course at your premises, at times that suit the needs for you & your team ( T&Cs apply). We will work with you to ensure you get the quality legally credited training course with the least impact to you & your business.

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Will this training course benefit me?

You never know when you will need to assist someone who has suffered a medical emergency.

By gaining current knowledge of Health & Safety Law , food safety procedures  and  new cross infection control measures our legally acredited training courses will help keep you safe in the workplace by impmenting current safetly procedures as well as you implementing current good practise guideline within your current role.

Prevention is better than cure.

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Training is just a tick box exercise?

Training is vital for the safety of all of us in the workplace. Most accidents, in the workplace,happen due to no or limited training.  

At Willhan Training we strongly believe education is vital for our life long journey. Education should never feel like a “tick box” exercise. All our training courses ensure you can use the skills and knowledge  well after the course has finished.

We pride ourselves on the 100% feedback we receive from those that have attended our course and for providing a learning environment that is friendly, relaxed and ensures all who attend gain skills and knowledge that will benefit them in their working and day-day lives.

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How do I identify and select a competent training provider?

First-Aid training is available from a wide range of training providers. These include those operating under voluntary accreditation schemes;

As an employer, you will need assurances that you have selected an appropriate training provider.  You will therefore need to check that the training centre you have chosen meets the standards in a number of areas (due diligence). All training providers should be prepared to demonstrate that they:

  • are competent to deliver first-aid training;
  • have qualified trainers;
  • teach relevant course content in the correct way;
  • have the necessary quality assurance systems in place.

Here at Willhan Training you have FULL peace of mind that you will gain a quality qualification and a legally accredited certificate so you will always have peace of mind you are working with a training provider who prides themselves on delivering quality courses & working in partnership with you and your business to gain the training that is relevant to your business as standard.

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How do I know how many first aiders I required for my business/ organisation?

Under health & safety law all businesses/organisations, schools and early years nurseries must carry out a formal risk assessment that takes into consideration the type of building, number of employees and other factors. This will then generate a formal risk assessment.

We have a comprehensive, quick and easy risk assessment for any business to complete.

Click HERE to complete your risk assessment.

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What is an assessment of first-aid needs?

Employers are required to carry out an assessment of first-aid needs. This involves consideration of workplace hazards and risks, the size of the organisation and other relevant factors, to determine what first-aid equipment, facilities and personnel should be provided.

We have a quick and easy risk assessment you can complete on our website. It will take minutes to conplete and will give you a clear number of first aiders required within your business or organisation.

Click HERE to complete your risk assessment.

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How do I know which course I need to book?

This depends on your individual requirements. We will discuss your individual requirements and advise you accordingly to the needs of your business/ organisation and individual requirements.

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How would the course transfer practically in terms of getting involved with administering first aid on a stranger?

“Doing something is better than nothing” using any skills you have to help save a life is vital. It’s a moral responsibility to help in any way we can.

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What would the implications of any liability be in terms of administering first aid to a stranger?

“Doing something is better than nothing” If the casualty doesn’t want your help then you must respect this and call the emergency services for assistance. If a casualty is unconscious and not breathing CPR should be administer promptly to save a life.