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First Aid Requalification


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First Aid Requalification

What's it all about? 

This course enables first aiders to refresh their skills and update their knowledge. The course covers all aspects of the First Aid at Work syllabus and ensures that time is given to practical sessions and updates.

As a First Aid training provider City College Plymouth has demonstrated that we are competent to deliver first aid training and have the necessary quality assurance systems in place. The HSE have provided guidance which is met by City College to help in the selection of an appropriate training organisation/route.


This qualification will enable you to continue being an occupational first aider within the workplace.

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Course Description

What does the course involve? 

This course will provide you with relevant knowledge to enable you to update your skills and continue to be a qualified first aider in the workplace in accordance with regulations 3(2) of the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981.

The course is based on the three day first aid at work syllabus and includes any updates and changes in accepted first aid protocols.

Entry Requirements

Please be advised that the delegate's First Aid certificate will have to be current and valid at the time of attending the Requalification course.

Candidates will need to show that they have successfully completed training for the First Aid at Work course during the previous three years, by producing a current / valid certificate.

A good level of numeracy/literacy is also required. City College Plymouth can provide support if needed, please contact us to discuss your needs.

Are there any exams? 

There are ongoing practical assessments with written exercises.


Two days

When can I study? 

Various days, 9.00am - 4.00pm
I understand that First Aiders in the workplace may have to deal with stressful and physically demanding emergency procedures. Such procedures will include kneeling to render resuscitation to a casualty lying on the ground, or trapped in places with restricted access; they may also require strenuous efforts to affect the rescue and appropriate treatment of the casualty.

As far as I am aware, I have no medical problems, physical or mental, which would hinder me coping with such situations, or in the training for such situations.

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