Training Courses

140,000 people die annually in the UK from incidents where first aid could of saved them.

First Aid

WA Management maintains a very flexible approach to training. We can provide in house training for a group or hold a group training session at our offices.

If you only need a couple of people trained we also regularly hold open courses at our Leamington Site. These run from 9:30am-4:30pm for just £99pp! This includes all your materials on the day, your certificate and a buffet lunch (+Tea and coffee throughout the day!). If you are interested please email accounts@wamanagement.co.uk or call the office on 01926 883600.

We also offer an Online CPR Essentials Training Course that you can complete yourself – click the button below to head to our E-training shop!

Emergency First Aid at WorkFirst Aid at WorkFirst Aid RefresherMental Health First Aid
Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in low hazard environments (for example an office or shop) or where Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines indicate staff should hold a certificate in emergency first aid at work.

It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace.

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in high hazard environments such as construction, manufacturing or agriculture.
It is also ideal for organisations whose needs assessment identifies a requirement for additional first aid training (e.g. due to having employees with a disability or medical condition).

This course is suitable for anyone aged 16+ who wants to refresh and update the skills they previously learned on the first aid at work course, in order to renew their certificate and continue to act as a workplace first aider.
It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace.
Learners must have previously attended a three day first aid at work course.

This course is suitable for those aged 16+ who want to gain the necessary skills to have a non-judgmental conversation, recognise the signs and symptoms of common workplace mental health issues and effectively guide a person towards the right support.

What does this course cover?

This course gives learners the skills to help someone who is: unresponsive and breathing, unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), having a seizure, choking, bleeding heavily, suffering from shock, or burnt.

It also includes information on dealing with an emergency, such as: , assessing a casualty, monitoring a casualty, where to get help, electrical incidents, accident recording and reporting, control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH).
Each learner receives a training pack including a host of resources to help them practice the skills covered. The pack includes a course companion workbook, bandages and more.

Our first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
It gives learners the first aid skills to help someone who: is unresponsive and breathing, is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), is choking, is bleeding, is suffering from shock, is burnt, feels faint, has been poisoned, has a head injury, has hypothermia or heat exhaustion, is having a medical emergency, has an injury to a bone muscle or joint (including spinal injuries) and other information on how to cope with emergencies.

Our first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
It gives learners the first aid skills to help someone who: is unresponsive and breathing, is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), is choking, is bleeding, is suffering from shock, is burnt, feels faint, has been poisoned, has a head injury, has hypothermia or heat exhaustion, is having a medical emergency, has an injury to a bone muscle or joint (including spinal injuries) and other information on how to cope with emergencies.

This two day course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider, giving you an in-depth understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeing and the practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues. It will help give you confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress which subsequently develops your interpersonal skills such as non-judgmental listening. It gives you the knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support - whether that’s self-help resources, through their employer, the NHS, or a mix.

How long is this course?

This course takes place on a single day, normally from 9:30-4:30.

The course takes place over 3 days. This can either be in a block or spread over a number of weeks.

The course takes place over 2 days. This can either be in a block or spread over a few weeks.

This course is 4 sessions spread over 2 days.

How is this course assessed?

Via a short multiple choice exam paper taken on the day.

A written exam is completed on the last day of the course.

A written exam is completed on the last day of the course.

There is no formal assessment for this course but delegates must complete all sections of the course.

What qualification will this course give?

On successful completion of this course, you will receive an emergency first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.

For best practice, we support the Health and Safety Executive's recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.
For best practice, we support the HSE recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.
For best practice, we support the HSE recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of attendance to say you are a Mental Health First Aider.

Emergency First Aid at Work

Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in low hazard environments (for example an office or shop) or where Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines indicate staff should hold a certificate in emergency first aid at work.

It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace.

What does this course cover?

This course gives learners the skills to help someone who is: unresponsive and breathing, unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), having a seizure, choking, bleeding heavily, suffering from shock, or burnt.

It also includes information on dealing with an emergency, such as: , assessing a casualty, monitoring a casualty, where to get help, electrical incidents, accident recording and reporting, control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH).
Each learner receives a training pack including a host of resources to help them practice the skills covered. The pack includes a course companion workbook, bandages and more.

How long is this course?

This course takes place on a single day, normally from 9:30-4:30.

How is this course assessed?

Via a short multiple choice exam paper taken on the day.

What qualification will this course give?

On successful completion of this course, you will receive an emergency first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.

For best practice, we support the Health and Safety Executive's recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

First Aid at Work

Who is it for?

This course is suitable for people aged 16+ who work in high hazard environments such as construction, manufacturing or agriculture.
It is also ideal for organisations whose needs assessment identifies a requirement for additional first aid training (e.g. due to having employees with a disability or medical condition).

What does this course cover?

Our first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
It gives learners the first aid skills to help someone who: is unresponsive and breathing, is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), is choking, is bleeding, is suffering from shock, is burnt, feels faint, has been poisoned, has a head injury, has hypothermia or heat exhaustion, is having a medical emergency, has an injury to a bone muscle or joint (including spinal injuries) and other information on how to cope with emergencies.

How long is this course?

The course takes place over 3 days. This can either be in a block or spread over a number of weeks.

How is this course assessed?

A written exam is completed on the last day of the course.

What qualification will this course give?

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.
For best practice, we support the HSE recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

First Aid Refresher

Who is it for?

This course is suitable for anyone aged 16+ who wants to refresh and update the skills they previously learned on the first aid at work course, in order to renew their certificate and continue to act as a workplace first aider.
It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace.
Learners must have previously attended a three day first aid at work course.

What does this course cover?

Our first aid at work course covers the content specified in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
It gives learners the first aid skills to help someone who: is unresponsive and breathing, is unresponsive and not breathing (including the use of an automated external defibrillator/AED), is choking, is bleeding, is suffering from shock, is burnt, feels faint, has been poisoned, has a head injury, has hypothermia or heat exhaustion, is having a medical emergency, has an injury to a bone muscle or joint (including spinal injuries) and other information on how to cope with emergencies.

How long is this course?

The course takes place over 2 days. This can either be in a block or spread over a few weeks.

How is this course assessed?

A written exam is completed on the last day of the course.

What qualification will this course give?

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a first aid at work certificate which is valid for three years.
For best practice, we support the HSE recommendation to complete an annual first aid skills update.

Mental Health First Aid

Who is it for?

This course is suitable for those aged 16+ who want to gain the necessary skills to have a non-judgmental conversation, recognise the signs and symptoms of common workplace mental health issues and effectively guide a person towards the right support.

What does this course cover?

This two day course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider, giving you an in-depth understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeing and the practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues. It will help give you confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress which subsequently develops your interpersonal skills such as non-judgmental listening. It gives you the knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support - whether that’s self-help resources, through their employer, the NHS, or a mix.

How long is this course?

This course is 4 sessions spread over 2 days.

How is this course assessed?

There is no formal assessment for this course but delegates must complete all sections of the course.

What qualification will this course give?

On successful completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of attendance to say you are a Mental Health First Aider.