FIRST AID TRAINING
Everyday First Aid Courses
Our Everyday First Aid Courses are for anyone who wants to learn first aid. Our everyday first aid courses cover either first aid for babies and children or first aid for adults. These short courses cover the basics in first aid so that you can feel confident in dealing with everyday medical emergencies at home or in the community.
No previous experience is required, these courses are designed to give everyone the essential knowledge. Our trainers all hold top medical backgrounds and provide real-life scenarios that are professional, fun and engaging.
Learn Essential First Aid Online With Our 'How To Treat' Blogs.
Learning the essentials of first aid can make the difference between a minor medical emergency or a serious medical emergency.
Why not read one of our latest :
How to treat BBQ burns
How to treat dehydration
How to treat wasp stings
Do You Need A Regulated Course?
If you are looking for a regulated first aid course that you can use in the workplace then please click here to see our full-qualification workplace first aid courses.
Our full-qualification courses are accredited by Qualsafe and recognised by Ofqual, which on successful completion makes you a qualified first aider. These courses run for a minimum of 1 day and cover a more in-depth course content for dealing with serious medical emergencies.
To find out if your workplace is providing the correct first aid provision, please complete our first aid calculator.
What Makes OTS Different?
We at OTS have over 100 years of combined trainer experience. And our director and founder have been running OTS Training for 19 years. We work hard to build strong relationships with our customers, to provide professional, engaging and fun training. But we also provide support throughout the year. Here are some of the things we are proud of:
100 years of combined experience
Top paramedic training officer backgrounds
All our first aid courses are regulated and recognised by Ofqual
We have been building customer relationships for 19 years