Blended Learning 
In May 2016 the HSE and Awarding Organisations announced that computer based blended training is now allowed for workplace first aid courses. 
You can now become a fully qualified First Aider in the workplace, with less days of classroom training after completing the online course. The three day FAAW becomes two days, the two day FAAWR becomes one day. There is also an option to complete the HSE recommended annual refresher training online. 
Reduce your training and travel costs by using our engaging, blended online video based course. Learn at your pace and then cover the practical elements with your instructor at a time that suits you. 
We can set up login details specific to your organisation and you can take advantage of a unique discount code for your online training. UK-Inveniotraining  
Please contact us for more information. 
First Aid Parties 
We have run very popular first aid parties. If you have had a new born in your life and you want to ensure family and potential babysitters are confident in family first aid skills we would love to hear from you. 
If you haven't a new born but you do have a group of people who would like to know more first aid whether for over 50's or basic skills we have something for you.  
If you have six people on the course your place is free, children, babies, pets and cake welcome. 
Free Annual Refresher Training 
The HSE recommend annual refresher training to avoid skill fade. If you have taken a certificated AED course with us, we will include free FAAW refresher training when you requalify each year.. 
Regulated Training 
A Regulated Qualification is often required by learners/Organisations for funding purposes. To support organisations wishing to gain a Regulated Qualification we can provide this service through Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance. However there would be an increase in cost due to the additional administration. The main difference is that a Regulated Qualification demonstrates an additional benchmark of quality showing that the learner has also met TQUK and Regulatory requirements. It is not a requirement only an option.