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The First Aid Team Introduction

First Aid is a legal requirement for businesses, and an essential life skill for private individuals. If you or a loved one has ever required emergency medical attention then you’ll understand that the skills of a qualified First Aider can mean the difference between life and death.

The First Aid Team is dedicated to providing first class, fully certified First Aid training to companies and individuals throughout Devon, Kent and Sussex.

We run regular open courses in Barnstaple, Canterbury, Eastbourne, Hastings, Maidstone, Newton Abbot, Orpington and Tunbridge Wells, and can travel throughout the country to meet the requirements of organisations, groups and businesses.

All our regulated qualifications meet the requirements of the Health & Safety Executive and Ofqual, so please take a look at our website, or contact us for further information.

We are the First Aid Team, and we teach people to save lives.

Testimonials

What some of our customers have to say about the courses we offer

Whoever thought a day learning First Aid would not only be educational but fun. Great presenter and very good humoured too! Thank you Ben.

Miss MT EFAW, Twickenham, 20th February 2019

Very good course and would say everyone should do it. Jeremy the trainer was very good and kept my interest at all times so the knowledge he has taught me will stay in my mind.

Miss MS First Aid at Work Re-qualification, Maidstone, 8th & 9th May 2019

Latest News

You never know when you may need your First Aid skills

We recently received this email from a client about an experience one of their staff members had had whilst out shopping. Out of respect for the people involved we have edited this account. ‘I was out shopping in a local supermarket when a gentleman collapsed right beside me and he banged his head very hard; […]

Stroke

There is a story that keeps popping up on Facebook about a new way of spotting a stroke in addition to FAST, and it is a complete and utter falsehood; the process described does not work so if you do see this in your feed please, please, please don’t ‘like & share’ as it just […]