First Aid Training

First Aid Courses


We offer courses for people for work, parents, and anyone who wants to learn the simple skills needed to help in a first aid emergency.

Whether you need health and safety training for work or want to learn first aid for your everyday life, we have a course for you.

You can either book a scheduled course at one of our UK venues, or if you have a group of up to 12 people who need training, enquire about a group booking at a location to suit you (whether that’s one of our venues or somewhere you arrange yourself).

Call 0117 9729 020 to talk to an expert who can help with your training needs, or use our contact form and someone will get back to you.

First Aid Courses for You


You can learn a range of skills on our courses designed for members of the public. These courses are not suitable if you need a first aid certificate but will give you skills to help in a first aid emergency.

  • You can learn a range of skills on our courses designed for members of the public. These courses are not suitable if you need a first-aid certificate but will give you skills to help in a first aid emergency. First aid for baby and child. A four-hour course for parents, grandparents, and family members.

  • First aid for adults. A four-hour course for anyone who wants to help other people in first aid emergencies.

First Aid Training for Work

Practical, confidence-building first aid training

Friendly group sessions of up to 12 people

Flexible training solutions tailored to your needs

Conveniently located UK training venues

99% customer satisfaction rating

Courses based on the latest guidelines

Get your team trained for first aid at work on a Bristol Ambulance course. Our interactive courses provide the practical skills and confidence to help save lives.

As an organisation you need to comply with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, which govern the provision of first aid by a business to their staff. The regulations apply to all workplaces, regardless of size.

Our First Aid for Work Courses


Emergency first aid at work

This one-day course is usually the minimum requirement in any workplace where a first aider is needed. This course is ideal for people working in low-hazard environments, such as a shop or office. It is also suitable for organisations whose first aid needs assessment has identified the need for somebody trained in emergency first aid.

First aid at work requalification

This course is for anyone who wants to requalify and update the skills they previously learned on a first aid at work course, in order to renew their certificate and continue to act as a workplace first aider.

First aid for appointed persons

This course is for workplaces that do not require a first aider but want an appointed person to have simple first aid skills.

Emergency paediatric first aid

This one-day course is for newly qualified level two and three childcare staff who are beginning a career in an Early Years setting.

First aid at work

This three-day course is for people who may need to provide first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work. It includes training on specific injuries and illnesses that may have been identified in your first aid needs assessment.

First aid annual skills update

Our annual skills update course is perfect for people who want to refresh and update their first aid at work skills. The Health and Safety Executive recommends that workplace first aiders complete an update of their first aid skills once a year.

Paediatric first aid

This two-day course is for people who look after babies and children in any setting, including nannies, childminders, nursery workers and au pairs. It is recommended for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and meets the requirements for childcare registration.

Other Training


  • Fire marshal training
  • People who require an introduction to safe moving and handling techniques
  • People who have oxygen in their workplace for first aid purposes. (Please note that you must have an existing first aid certificate and provide an oxygen cylinder for this course.)
  • People in a school environment, including teachers and other school staff
  • Mental wellbeing, based on the unique Red Cross psychosocial framework that helps people manage stress and build resilience at work.
  • We work with organisations that support older people, homeless people and those living with drug and alcohol addiction. We provide tailored first aid education for the specific first aid situations they may face.