Basic Life Support for Adults and Children – Level 2 Award (RQF)
½ day course
This regulated and nationally recognised qualification provides Learners with the necessary skills and knowledge needed to deal with an adult or child who requires basic life support in an emergency situation.
The QA Level 2 Award in Basic Life Support for Adults and Children (RQF) qualification has been designed for those who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary and community activities to provide basic life support for adults and children. It is also ideal for those who are qualified in providing first aid and are looking to refresh or develop their existing first aid knowledge and skills further.
During this half day course, Learners will be given the opportunity to practise essential basic life support procedures, including: assessing an incident, managing an unresponsive casualty, recovery position, CPR and choking.
Courses are run at your work place. Venues can be sourced but this will affect the course pricing.
5 x Practical assessments and continuous formative assessment conducted throughout the course.
Successful Learners will receive a QA Level 2 Award in Basic Life Support for Adults and Children (RQF) certificate as well as a first aid manual, plastic aide memoire, all personalised with the Centre’s details.
Successful Learners will receive a QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) certificate as well a first aid manual, plastic aide memoire, all personalised with the Centre’s details.
From £300 (inclusive of tax)
Price based on class of 12 students (discounts are available for smaller groups)
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Mick has provided First Aid and Men Who Foster Training for our organisation.
The carers described him as knowledgable, welcoming and helped to put them at ease.
The men said they had a fun evening whilst thinking about how to keep themselves safe. Nothing to do with the Chinese apparently !!
Thank you Mick