Children's Courses


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

What is First Aid?


First Aid kits

Recovery position


Resuscitation (CPR)

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.

Mini Medics: First Aid Training

for children

The Mini Medics course is a very basic introduction to First Aid and Defibrillation aimed at children between the ages of 8 and 11, but it can suit children of any age. The course is kept at a basic level with no use of confusing terminologies. 


Mini Medics is perfect for schools and after school clubs, but can also be held within the local community over the weekends or during the school holidays. Providing the venue is suitable, sufficient and safe, the courses can be held anywhere, anytime of the year.

The course will show complete respect for each child's ability, be educational and practical, and instil the importance of helping someone who is poorly or injured. 



Wounds and bleeding




Communication and contacting

the emergency services