Our homes

Are the most likely place to have an accident

First Aid at Home

Our homes are dangerous places, the above information comes from RoSPA.

FWT's mini first aid courses show you what to do in emergencies at home, giving you the confidence and skills to know exactly what to do.

Why wait and be a casualty?

Book onto a course straight away!

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Family First Aid

A 2 hour course with plenty of practice that goes through the important basics, including:

Burns

Cuts

CPR / BLS

Head

Breaks

Choking

What should be in a first aid kit?

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Kids and babies

For parents, relatives and carers who look after babies and young children up to and including primary school ages.  A two hour course with plenty of advice and practice that includes:

Burns

Cuts

CPR/BLS

Breaks

Head

Meningitis

Choking

Poisions

Febrile Seizures

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CPR and Defibrillators

The survival rate for the UK is only 8.6% whereas in Norway it is 25%.  The difference? Lots more practice and training.

Brush up on your CPR skills and practicing using a defibrillator on this awareness course. 

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Sports First Aid

Getting fit in any activity is a great thing to do.  Until it goes wrong! Update your knowledge and skills dealing with:

Falls

Head injuries

Sprains and strains

Breaking bones

Overheating and dehydration

Heart problems

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