When

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM GMT
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Where

Venue TBC 
United Kingdom  

 
 

Contact

Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce 
Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce 
01983 520777 
chamber@iwchamber.co.uk 
 

Emergency First Aid at Work Course – Delivered by Good Skills Training 

This one-day course is designed to give delegates the knowledge, skills and confidence to help those that have become unconscious, and those with minor injuries. The Emergency First Aid at Work Course also looks at the responsibilities of the Emergency First Aider. On successfully completing this course, attendees will be confident, safe, prompt and effective emergency first aider. 

 65 +vat per person (this includes the certificate and manual)

This course is delivered by Good Skills Training.

Measures have been put in place to consider the risks of Covid-19. This includes social distancing (where possible), individual gloves, maks and anti-bacterial gel - all provided by Good Skills Training (you may of course bring your own) and revised training and delivery techniques. 

Before attending we will require all delegates to declare that they or any member of their household are not:
- Showing signs of Covid-19
- Currently in a period of self-isolation due to symptoms of Covid-19
- Awaiting results of being tested for Covid-19
- Aware of having been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 within the last 14 days

*Please note that this event must be paid for in advance. Any cancellations 1 week or more before the event will be refunded but may be subject to a small admin charge. Any cancellations after this time will not be refunded.*

Measures have been put in place to consider the risks of Covid-19. This includes social distancing (where possible), individual gloves, masks, and anti-bacterial gel- all provided by Good Skills Training (you may of course bring your own) and revised training and delivery techniques.

 

 We will require all delegates to declare that they or any member of their household are not:

  • Showing signs of Covid-19
  • Currently in a period of self-isolation due to symptoms of Covid-19
  • Awaiting results of being tested for Covid-19
  • Aware of having been in contact with anyone who has tested  positive for Covid-19 within the last 14 days