Accredited First Aid Courses

At Crux Medical, we believe everyone deserves the knowledge and skills to act effectively in an emergency. That’s why we offer a comprehensive range of Qualsafe accredited Basic Life Support (BLS) and First Aid courses.

Our Accredited First Aid Courses:

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) & AED: (3.5 hours) This essential course equips you with the skills to respond to life-threatening emergencies, including CPR and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) use.
  • Emergency First Aid: (1 day) This course covers a broad range of first aid skills, including managing injuries, illnesses, and sudden medical emergencies.
Person performing CPR on an unresponsive woman lying on the ground.

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Additional Specialised Courses:

  • Paediatric First Aid: (2 days) This course teaches you how to handle medical emergencies specific to infants and children.
  • First Aid at Work: (3 days) This comprehensive course equips you with the skills and knowledge to manage workplace emergencies and injuries. We also offer a First Aid at Work Requalification course (1 day) to maintain your existing certification.
  • Outdoors First Aid & Forestry First Aid: These specialised courses provide advanced first aid skills for remote or challenging environments.

Why Choose Us for Your BLS & First Aid Training?

  • Qualsafe Accredited: Our courses are accredited by Qualsafe, ensuring you receive high-quality, recognized training.
  • Expert-Led Instruction: Delivered by experienced healthcare professionals with real-world experience.
  • Hands-on Learning: Our courses emphasize practical skills development through interactive scenarios and simulations.
  • Flexible Options: We offer a variety of courses to fit your specific needs and schedule.
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Investing in Basic Life Support and First Aid training empowers you to take control in an emergency.

Contact us today to discuss your specific needs and learn more about how Crux Medical can ensure your work place is prepared for any emergency.


A team of healthcare professionals wearing masks and scrubs perform an emergency procedure on a pediatric patient in a clinical setting. The child is lying on a dental chair, and one practitioner is using a manual resuscitator mask to provide ventilation while another performs chest compressions. The scene appears to be a training or emergency response scenario in a dental clinic.

Ensure your practice is compliant. Complete mandatory recertification courses for dental & GP staff at Crux Medical.

A person lies on the ground with a distressed expression, a severe cut across their neck, and blood pooling beneath them. They are wearing a white t-shirt stained with blood. The image suggests a traumatic or catastrophic injury.

One day courses with Crux Medical in ‘Major Trauma’, ‘Resuscitation’, ‘Cardiology’ and ‘Management of the Deteriorating Patient’ 

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High-Risk Trauma Training. Bespoke modules for haemorrhage & trauma in high-risk areas. Train your staff with Crux Medical.

Two paramedics in red and black uniforms attend to an injured girl on a stretcher. One paramedic is giving her oxygen using a manual resuscitator, while the other is preparing a defibrillator. The girl has a visible leg injury and is secured to the stretcher with orange straps. The scene takes place outdoors, indicating an emergency medical response.

QUALSAFE accredited courses including basic life support, first aid at work, emergency first aid at work, FREC3 and others