Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work for Drivers (CPC)
Designed for those who are involved in the driving industry and require a first aid qualification to meet CPC requirements.
This course is designed for those who are involved in the driving industry and require a first aid qualification to meet the Certificate of Professional Competency (CPC) requirements in addition to providing knowledge and skills to operate in these different and often challenging environments. It differs from other Emergency First Aid at Work courses as itÂ goes into expansive detail about road traffic incidents within managing an incident.
After this course you will:
- Understand the role and responsibilities of a First Aider.
- Manage andÂ assess an incident
- Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally and a casualty who is not breathing normally.
- Be able to recognize and assist a casualty who is chocking.
- Provide resuscitation, CPR.
- Be able to manage a casualty with external bleeding, someone who is in shock and someone with a minor injury.
Once training is completed, qualification details are uploaded to the DSA database within five working days at no additional cost.
To provide learners with the knowledge and skill to undertake the role of an emergency first aider in the driving and low risk work environment.
Designed for those who are involved in the driving industry and require a first aid qualification to meet CPC requirements. 1 day 8am – 5pm
Who Needs this Qualification?
This qualification is for anyone who requires a first aid qualification for working in the driving industry. There are no previous first aid qualifications needed to undertake this course butÂ all participants must be at least 17 years of age when completing the course. The qualification is valid for three years at which time the learner must undertake the course again in order to maintain the qualification. All drivers must complete 35 hours periodic training every five years following their acquired rights of Initial Qualification. This course counts towards 7 hours of the required 35 hours training or because the certificate is only valid for 3 years drivers can re-qualify within the same 5 year JAUPT period and the training hours will count separately totallingÂ 14Â hours of training. All learners must prove their identity with photo ID and show they have the right entitlement on their driving licence before starting the course.
The drivers CPC qualification is usually 7 hours, however Centaur is offering to run an extra 1 hour top up course at the end for no additional fee to include the HSE standard Emergency First Aid at Work course. The course will therefore run from 8am-5pm making it an 8 hour course with 1 hour for lunch orÂ you can finish atÂ 4pm if you do not want to attend the free 1 hour top up course. This course is accredited by the Association of First Aiders (AoFA) and approved by the Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training (JAUPT).
First Aid â€“ What do I need
It is recommended that employers conduct a new risk assessment regularly so that they select the most appropriate course and number of first aiders for their business. This involves consideration of a number of factors including hazards and risks in your workplace, number of employees, accident history, lone workers and distribution of workforce.
If you are unsure on what first aid provisions you require, please click the link below to complete our requirements calculator. It uses up-to-date HSE recommendations to find the right course for you, quickly and easily.
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