Annual Refresher Training

Annual refresher training is something that we provide to ensure that you are up to date with current health and safety standards and procedures. This is an excellent way to update your knowledge and make sure you know exactly what to do, particularly in emergency situations. Sometimes, although you have received training in an area, if long periods of time go by without needing to use such training, it is easy to forget certain details. This is why our annual refresher training is so useful.

Do You Need Annual Refresher Training?

The HSE strongly recommends that first-aiders undertake annual refresher training, annually, during any three-year certification period. Although not mandatory, this will help qualified first-aiders maintain their basic skills and keep up to date with any changes to first-aid procedures.

It is easy to forget how to do things when you haven't done them in a while. This can be the case especially with first aid situations. If you haven’t needed to use it, things can slip your mind, yet these details can be extremely important. Annual refresher training not only reminds you of some of the minor but vital details in a procedure, it is also an excellent way to ensure you are up to date with current legislation, procedures and protocol.

With health and safety in particular, procedures are constantly evolving to make for better practices, safer ways of working and more successful results. So the standards of such training are constantly being tweaked to accommodate these changes. It is therefore imperative that you keep up to date with these. This is made possible with our annual refresher training.

Book Your Annual Refresher Training Today

Our courses are constantly being updated to ensure they are in line with the latest health and safety standards. For this reason, you can be sure that you will be getting the best and latest education when participating in our training programmes. So for more information and to book your annual refresher training, contact us today.