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Medical Oxygen Basics (First Aid)

Learn the fundamental skills and knowledge around the use of oxygen as a treatment in first aid

  • Group courses available onsite
  • Open venues for single spaces
Refined into an easy to understand course, this is ideal for those who have completed a first aid needs assessment and found they require additional training. Must hold a FAW certificate to comply
4 hours of engaging training over the course of one session in a live classroom setting. Evidence of a full first aid at work certificate must be seen before joining
An accredited certificate clearly stating the responsibilities of the first aider will be provided, however this course does not bolt on to any other first response training

What you will learn on this course

Medical oxygen is a vital part of the treatment process of emergency casualties, but not a routine part of first aid. This training course complies with the Health and Safety Executive’s outline of additional training to enhance the first aid needs assessment, should a scenario call for it. Please note: this training course does not allow the learner use, administer, prescribe or train others to use medical oxygen, as it fulfils the criteria of a prescription drug under the Medicines Act 1968.

Once you have completed the course, you will know:

  1. The Law and regulations surrounding oxygen and first aid
  2. Why the casualty requires more oxygen during an emergency
  3. The benefits of using medical oxygen in scenarios like cardiac arrest, severe bleeding, shock etc
  4. The dangers of incorrect oxygen use
  5. The permissions required to use and administer medical oxygen

Every training course we teach here at Vital Workplace Training is personalised and expertly planned to maximise learning.

The full qualification specification of the medical oxygen basics course can be downloaded here.

Bespoke training sessions

Our training sessions are all custom-made to meet the needs of the attendees. Medical oxygen basic training is essential in a number of sectors, which highlights the importance of how we run our training sessions.

It wouldn’t make sense for us to provide the same session for people working in drastically different industries, which is why we put in the time and effort to personalise each training session we run.

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Pricing

For courses as essential as medical oxygen basics, we believe it’s important for them to come at affordable prices. This is why we regularly check our pricing against industry standards to make sure we’re remaining as competitive as possible.

  • Single price per learner is £50.00 
  • For group pricing check out our pricing page 

Don’t see anything that fits? Contact us at info@vitalworkplacetraining.com and we can create your training for you 

About your Medical Oxygen Basics (First Aid) trainers

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I find booking training a headache. The team at Vital Workplace Training took all the stress out of it for me. From finding what I need to delivery, I cannot fault them. Simple, easy to understand training, good practical sessions designed around us.

Andy Whiting, Centre Manager

Fairway Children's Centre

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Book your Medical Oxygen Basics (First Aid) training now!

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