FAA Level 3 Courses

 Emergency First Aid at Work – FAA Level

Emergency First Aid at Work – FAA Level 3  (RQF)  – Including Automated External Defibrilator (AED)

 

  • 1 Day Course

  • Ofqual Regulated

  • Certificate valid for 3 years

 

Covid-19: Updated Training Guidance


Whilst the restrictions and guidelines vary between each nation, the requirements for training are common in each, so our guidance at present for the whole of the UK is for training to only go ahead when it is deemed essential and cannot be delayed. During the lockdown many businesses are still operating and are required to meet the HSE requirements in respect of first aid and other training, to allow them to continue to operate. Where training is deemed essential then it can go ahead, but if it can be delayed then it should be until safe to do so. The decision as to whether training is essential must be employer led and where training does go ahead, training providers must adhere to the FAA COVID-19 classroom requirements (available on request).




What can I expect from this course?


Our training courses provide clear evidence to employers, patients and people who receive care and support that the health or social care support worker in front of them has been assessed against a specific set of standards and has demonstrated they have the skills, knowledge and behaviours to ensure that they provide compassionate and high quality care and support.




Still have a question?


If you would like to recieve some more information about this course or our business, please do not hesitate to contact David, who would be more than happy to assist you.




How do I know this is the right course for me?


All Responsive First Aid Training trainers are highly experienced, competent and friendly and our training courses are tailored to meet your needs. We're more than happy to discuss your individual needs and develop a programme together to ensure your statisfaction. You can read our feedback from real world course participants on our testimonials page.





In the EFAW course, the following subjects will be covered.

What is First Aid?

Legislation

Responsibilities of a First Aider

Action in an emergency

Primary Survey

Secondary Assessment – including Recover position

The respiratory system

Resuscitation (CPR) and AED*

Disorders of respiration – Including choking

Disorders of the circulation – including Shock

Wounds and bleeding

Seizures

Minor burns and scolds

Foreign objects.

* This will include discussion around Child/Infant CPR. If more in depth details or a practical session are required for Children/Infant, contact us to book one of our Paediatric courses.

First Aid at Work – FAA Level 3  (RQF)

First Aid at Work – FAA Level 3 (RQF)

– Including Automated

External Defibrilator (AED)

 

  • 3 Day Course

  • Ofqual Regulated 

  • Certificate valid for 3 years

 

In the EFAW course, the following subjects will be covered.

What is First Aid?

Legislation

Responsibilities of a First Aider

Action in an emergency

Primary Survey

Secondary Assessment – including Recover position

The respiratory system

Resuscitation (CPR) and AED - will include discussion around, Child/Infant CPR.    If more in depth details, or practical session required for Child/Infant contact us to book one of our Paediatric courses

Disorders of respiration – Including choking

Disorders of the circulation – including Shock

Wounds and bleeding

Seizures

Minor burns and scolds

Foreign objects.

Bones, Joints and Muscle injuries

Head and Spinal injuries

Chest and Abdominal injuries

Specialised Burn injuries

Eye injuries

Poisoning

Anaphylaxis

Major illnesses – Including, Heart attack. Angina, Stroke, Diabetes, Asthma

Effects of extreme heat and cold – Including, Hypothermia, heat exhaustion, Heat stroke

Bites and Stings.

Is it legal to offer a Cash Discount?


As Mitchell Katz, spokesman for the Federal Trade Commission, said in May of 2011: The Dodd-Frank law prohibits a payment card network such as Visa “from inhibiting the ability of anyone to provide a discount for payment by cash, checks, debit cards, or credit cards,” said Katz. “Neither surcharging, nor a cash discount is illegal.”




Why would I want to implement the ZenCharge Program?


Other than the ability to virtually eliminate your monthly processing fees, the ZenCharge Program can really help those businesses that are most impacted by high processing costs. Consider small ticket merchants like a sandwich or coffee shop. You may have an average transaction size of only $5-8 dollars (sometimes even less). The underlying Interchange cost on a debit card used as a credit card is .05% plus $.22 per transaction before any processor fees. If you accept a debit card on a $5 transaction, your effective rate (fees divided into the sale amount) will be $.2225 divided into $5 or 4.45% before paying any additional fees! Compare that to a business that has a $100 dollar average transaction where their total costs are $.27 so their effective rate is now only 0.027%. The same credit card was used for each transaction, but the overall impact to profit is radically different. Using the ZenCharge Program can mean the difference between a business that is profitable and one that is just squeaking by (or sadly, not squeaking by…)




Is the Cash Discount Program suitable for all businesses?


The Cash Discount Program is most ideal for businesses with low ticket sales, since you are passing your merchant processing fees to your customer. If your business doesn’t fall into this category, we invite you to explore our standard merchant processing offerings.




Is this some kind of new program?


No, in fact it’s been around for decades in Europe and is used across the US in gas stations where a cash discount is offered at the pump. Gas stations have been using this program in the US for over 15 years. Many national, state and local governments including the DMV, Secretary of State, Post Offices, Schools, Courts, and the IRS implement a Service Fee.




Won’t my customers be upset by this fee and want to go elsewhere?


While nobody wants to pay additional fees, more and more consumers are starting to realize just how expensive it’s been for merchants to accept credit cards. By charging a 4% fee on a sales transaction, that’s a small price for customers to pay for the goods and services you provide. And (if paying that fee or Implementing the Cash Discount Program) allows you to stay in business and keep your overall costs lower, it’s a small price to pay. In fact, surveys have shown that over 80% of respondents stated they wouldn’t think twice about paying that amount (only $1.00 on a $25.00 transaction) for the convenience of using their credit card rather than carrying cash. And we all know that fewer and fewer of us are carrying cash these days…and everyone loves the rewards associated with their credit cards. Additionally, we’ve all become accustomed to paying $2-4 when we use an ATM and this cash discount fee is actually cheaper than the ATM fee for most transactions. If you explain that the Cash Discount program is a way for you to keep providing quality goods and services without increasing your overall prices, most consumers have indicated they understand and are fine with it. And again, a 4% fee on an individual transaction generally has a very small impact to the consumer, but for you, the merchant, your savings are significant.




Will the ZenCharge Program totally eliminate my monthly card processing fees?


Simply put YES, ZenCharge is designed to exactly do that!




Why does RoxStar Payments offer a ZenCharge Cash Discount Program?


Since our inception, ZenCharge has been an advocate acting in the best interest of our merchants, savings our clients millions of dollars each year. The Cash Discount offering creates a path to save our clients even more money each month. With the addition of this program, we have multiple options for our clients to choose from – you choose the savings plan that best suits your business. Ask us about Hybrid options if you’d like to cover some of the costs while charging your clients some but not all of the fees.





Emergency Paediatric First Aid – FAA Lev

Emergency Paediatric First Aid – FAA Level 3  (RQF)  – Including Automated External Defibrilator (AED)

 

A Level 3 First Aid course designed for those who have an interest in child and baby Basic Life Support governed by the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) or OFSTED. This course covers life-threatening conditions including CPR, bleeding control and choking.

  • 1 Day Course

  • Ofqual Regulated

  • Certificate valid for 3 years

In the EFAW course, the following subjects will be covered.

What is Paediatric First Aid?

Legislation

Responsibilities of a Paediatric First Aider

Action in an emergency

Primary Survey

Secondary Assessment – including Recover position

The respiratory system

Resuscitation (CPR) and AED

Seizures

Airway obstruction – Including choking

Circulatory system

Wounds and bleeding

Bites and Stings

Covid-19: Updated Training Guidance


Whilst the restrictions and guidelines vary between each nation, the requirements for training are common in each, so our guidance at present for the whole of the UK is for training to only go ahead when it is deemed essential and cannot be delayed. During the lockdown many businesses are still operating and are required to meet the HSE requirements in respect of first aid and other training, to allow them to continue to operate. Where training is deemed essential then it can go ahead, but if it can be delayed then it should be until safe to do so. The decision as to whether training is essential must be employer led and where training does go ahead, training providers must adhere to the FAA COVID-19 classroom requirements (available on request).




What can I expect from this course?


Our training courses provide clear evidence to employers, patients and people who receive care and support that the health or social care support worker in front of them has been assessed against a specific set of standards and has demonstrated they have the skills, knowledge and behaviours to ensure that they provide compassionate and high quality care and support.




Still have a question?


If you would like to recieve some more information about this course or our business, please do not hesitate to contact David, who would be more than happy to assist you.




How do I know this is the right course for me?


All Responsive First Aid Training trainers are highly experienced, competent and friendly and our training courses are tailored to meet your needs. We're more than happy to discuss your individual needs and develop a programme together to ensure your statisfaction. You can read our feedback from real world course participants on our testimonials page.





Paediatric First Aid – FAA Level 3  (RQF

Paediatric First Aid – FAA Level 3  (RQF)  – Including Automated External Defibrilator (AED)

 

A Level 3 First Aid course designed for those who have an interest in child and baby Basic Life Support governed by the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) or OFSTED. This course covers life-threatening conditions including CPR, bleeding control and choking.

  • 2 Day Course

  • Ofqual Regulated

  • Certificate valid for 3 years

In the EFAW course, the following subjects will be covered.

What is Paediatric First Aid

Legislation

Responsibilities of a Paediatric First Aider

Action in an emergency

Primary Survey

Secondary Assessment – including Recover position

The respiratory system

Resuscitation (CPR) and AED

Seizures

Airway obstruction – Including

choking

Circulatory system

Wounds and bleeding

Bites and Stings

Bones, Joints and Muscle injuries

Head and Spinal injuries

Foreign body and Eye injuries

Chronic medical conditions and illnesses

Effects of extreme heat and cold

Electric shock incidents

Burns and scalds

Poisoning

Anaphylaxis

Adult basic life support

Covid-19: Updated Training Guidance


Whilst the restrictions and guidelines vary between each nation, the requirements for training are common in each, so our guidance at present for the whole of the UK is for training to only go ahead when it is deemed essential and cannot be delayed. During the lockdown many businesses are still operating and are required to meet the HSE requirements in respect of first aid and other training, to allow them to continue to operate. Where training is deemed essential then it can go ahead, but if it can be delayed then it should be until safe to do so. The decision as to whether training is essential must be employer led and where training does go ahead, training providers must adhere to the FAA COVID-19 classroom requirements (available on request).




What can I expect from this course?


Our training courses provide clear evidence to employers, patients and people who receive care and support that the health or social care support worker in front of them has been assessed against a specific set of standards and has demonstrated they have the skills, knowledge and behaviours to ensure that they provide compassionate and high quality care and support.




Still have a question?


If you would like to recieve some more information about this course or our business, please do not hesitate to contact David, who would be more than happy to assist you.




How do I know this is the right course for me?


All Responsive First Aid Training trainers are highly experienced, competent and friendly and our training courses are tailored to meet your needs. We're more than happy to discuss your individual needs and develop a programme together to ensure your statisfaction. You can read our feedback from real world course participants on our testimonials page.





In the EFAW course, the following subjects will be covered.

What is mental heath?

Identifying mental health conditions

Providing advice and starting a conversation

Stress

Drugs and alcohol

First Aid action plan for mental health

Mental health in the workplace

Depression

Anxiety

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Self-harm

Suicide

Eating disorders

Personality disorders

Bipolar disorder

Psychosis

Schizophrenia

Mental health helplines

Supervising First Aid for Mental Health - FAA Level 3  (RQF)

 

This 2-Day course goes into detail on a wide range of mental health conditions and the support and help provided by healthcare professionals. It covers the content of both the Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications but is aimed at Trainer/Assessors and/or Supervisor level within the workplace or educational organisations. * For organisations needing to have an identified person as a mental health first aider, which is becoming a gold standard within the industry. * Know how to provide advice and practical support for an employee or colleague presenting a suspected mental health condition. Understand the first aid action plan for mental health and be able to put it in place

 

Covid-19: Updated Training Guidance


Whilst the restrictions and guidelines vary between each nation, the requirements for training are common in each, so our guidance at present for the whole of the UK is for training to only go ahead when it is deemed essential and cannot be delayed. During the lockdown many businesses are still operating and are required to meet the HSE requirements in respect of first aid and other training, to allow them to continue to operate. Where training is deemed essential then it can go ahead, but if it can be delayed then it should be until safe to do so. The decision as to whether training is essential must be employer led and where training does go ahead, training providers must adhere to the FAA COVID-19 classroom requirements (available on request).




What can I expect from this course?


Our training courses provide clear evidence to employers, patients and people who receive care and support that the health or social care support worker in front of them has been assessed against a specific set of standards and has demonstrated they have the skills, knowledge and behaviours to ensure that they provide compassionate and high quality care and support.




Still have a question?


If you would like to recieve some more information about this course or our business, please do not hesitate to contact David, who would be more than happy to assist you.




How do I know this is the right course for me?


All Responsive First Aid Training trainers are highly experienced, competent and friendly and our training courses are tailored to meet your needs. We're more than happy to discuss your individual needs and develop a programme together to ensure your statisfaction. You can read our feedback from real world course participants on our testimonials page.