Once you have successfully booked onto a Blended Learning course with us, you will receive login details to the online platform shortly after, where you can work throughthe course content at a comfortable speed. Once completed you will have gained life-saving knowledge and confidence that will effectively prepare you for part 2!
Here’s a preview of what you can expect from our e-learning:
Blended Learning has arrived!
Combining highly engaging online learning with our industry-leading classroom sessions,
Blended Learning is a new and innovative learning method that offers the best of both worlds.
Providing greater flexibility and reduced need for in-person interaction, you can now experience Blended Learning
on our First Aid at Work – Initial (3 days) (open and on-site courses) and First Aid at Work – Requalification (2 days) (on-site courses).
This new method increases flexibility for both employer and learner.
Learners can complete their e-learning at their own pace, anywhere that has an internet connection. This means that regardless of your industry, type of role, and current work-life balance, learners can access the content at a time and place to suit your needs.
How does it work
Part 1: Online e-learning
Part 2: Classroom Training and Assessment
For this portion of your course, will be attend your venue or you may wish to attend our training venue for the classroom-based training part where one of our expert first aid trainers will provide you with the practical skills to support your new theoretical knowledge.
This is also a great opportunity to recap your learning so far and discuss with your trainer
anything you’re uncertain or curious about prior to final assessments.
Blended Learning offers the best of both worlds for first aid training.
The practical skills and associated assessments are still conducted by our highly experienced instructors in the classroom environment.
This gives learners valuable, confidence-building feedback and lots of ’hands-on experience’ with training equipment.
Please note: online training must be completed before attending classroom-based training.
How will I be assessed
There will be several opportunities for you to test your knowledge throughout your course.
During the online learning section, you will be completing immersive activities throughout to ensure full understanding of each module.
In the classroom-based sessions, your practical demonstrations will be observed and assessed for competence and best practice.
Finally, you will be assessed on the final day to evaluate all that you have learned and ensure you leave a competent and confident first aider.
In order to gain your Ofqual regulated qualification you must complete all parts of the course.
Successful learners will receive a Qualsafe Awards Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) certificate with a three year qualification.
COURSES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE WITH A BLENDED LEARNING OPTION:
On-site training at your venue or our training venue with blended learning options.
Course 1 - 3 day First Aid at Work
In house staff training:1 day blended learning and 2 day class room.
0 - 6 Staff £1,416
6 - 12 Staff £2832
Open public course £295pp
Course 2 - 2 Day First Aid at Work Requalification
In house staff training:1 day blended learning and 1 day class room.
0 - 6 Staff £1080
0 - 12 Staff £1670
Open public course £175pp
Course 1 - 3 Day First Aid at Work
• QA Level 3Award in First Aid at Work( RQF) consists of 1day (6hours) online e-Learning and 2 days (12 hours) in the classroom.
Course 2 - 2 Day First Aid at Work - Requalification
• QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF)–Requalification consists of (6hours) online e-Learning and 1 day (6 hours) in the classroom.
NB The e-Learning course must be completed in its totality before learners are eligible to attend training days in the classroom.
Frequently asked questions
What is Blended Learning?
A course that contains both an online e-learning element and sessions delivered face-to-face in a classroom.
Do the HSE allow Blended Learning for First Aid at Work training?
What are the advantages of this type of training?
How long does the e-learning element take to complete?
How do I access the e-learning?
An email detailing how to access the e-learning and information on starting the online element of the course will be sent shortly after a booking is made (please let us know if you do not receive this email within 24 hours).
What are the I.T. requirements?
Must I complete the e-learning element before my classroom course?
Can I transfer to a different classroom training date?
One transfer is permitted to an alternative classroom training session (subject to availability).
Will I still receive an Ofqual regulated certificate?
Yes. All our 'Blended' First Aid courses lead to Ofqual Regulated Qualifications (Level 3 RQF).