First Aid Training Bristol

Posted on Jan 27, 2018

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First Aid for Work & Play.

Here at AAC First Aid Training we offer a wide range of fun, memorable and up to date first aid training courses in Bristol and beyond. 

Centrally based on Bristol’s historic Harbourside, our waterfront training venue in the Underfall Yard makes a great location to come and learn or brush up on your first aid skills.

First Aid Training class

We offer fully regulated, accredited and certified first aid courses taught by our experienced and professional trainers.

We are able to run 1, 2 or 3 day workplace compliant First Aid courses including the 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work, 3 day First Aid at Work or the 2 day re-qualification course for those whose current certificate is about to expire.

We also offer 1 or 2 day Outdoor First Aid for this requiring an outdoor specific course to validate various National Governing Body outdoor instructor qualifications.

In addition to these we are able to run specific Paediatric courses or something specifically tailored to your exact needs.

We run a very popular ‘Urban First Aid for Young People’ course as well as short Emergency Life Support courses over a half day or evening session.

First aid kit and hiking boots in the woods

Our courses are very practical and active in nature and are taught in a fun and relaxed manner. We use tried and tested training methods designed to teach the skills and techniques in a progressive and easy to understand way.

For maximum convenience we are fully mobile and can deliver any of our training course at a venue of your choice if required.

If you’ve been thinking about arranging a first aid course then now’s a great time to get a group of friends, family or work colleagues together and arrange a course with us. Don’t leave it until you need it.

Book a course with us now and we’ll give you the skills and confidence needed to deal with any first aid situation, big or small.

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