NDFA training is a well established First Aid training provider who has been delivering workplace and recreational compliance training since 2006. We are approved by the Health and Safety Executives Northern Ireland (HSENI) as well as approved through Awarding Organisations delivering accredited Qualification Credit Framework (QCF) courses too.
With over 20 years experience delivering First Aid we offer bespoke courses as well as workplace training, our Facebook recommendations speak for themselves our 5 STAR reviews are second to none. Our courses are enjoyable, informative and provides you the learner or your staff the skills to manage a sick or injured person until that definitive care arrives.
More and more business, social or sports locations are using our services especially the use of the Automated External Defibrillator or AED as more are seeing a need for this specialised training. The AED itself is not a difficult piece of equipment to use however it has the potential to injure those how are not trained in its use. Training for this takes only a few hours to complete or can be added on to other First Aid training.
First Aid training is such an easy subject to learn and it is also a important skill to have, because when you thinks of it “Simple things SAVES LIVES” like:
- Talking or reassuring a casualty
- Sitting or laying them down
- Managing their Airway
- Delivering Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR
- Placing someone into the recovery position
- Administering Abdominal Thrusts
- Stopping bleeding
- Managing a casualty having a Seizure
Even though we say that simple things saves lives it is recommended that you attend formal First Aid training, depending on your requirements this can be from 2 hours to 30 hours and covers a wide range of Medical conditions or injuries that you may encounter as a First Aider.