First and Safe Training can now take place as distance learning for most of our courses.
Our trainers will provide you with all the resources you need and offer regular contact, advice and support along the way.
Distance learning provides greater opportunities for everyone to access our expert training at a time and place convenient to you. We can now offer individual training or group training dependant on your needs.
Courses that can be delivered as distance learning include:
Awareness of First Aid for Mental Health
First Aid for Mental Health
Supervising/Leading First Aid for Mental Health
Principles of Safeguarding
Health and Safety in the Workplace
Our instructors and assessors will have regular contact with you to monitor your learning, provide teaching and to enable discussion and question and answer sessions. For example, we may ask you to cover a Module/s and then arrange an online learning session with you individually or as a group webinar. Through teaching, discussion and by answering any questions that you may have, our instructors/assessors will be able to gauge your level of knowledge and understanding and decide if you are ready to move on to the next Module/s and ultimately when they are ready for the assessment.
Online webinars will take place via the Zoom platform and all sessions will be private to the individuals and groups involved, and we will send you secure login details for each session. We fully understand that learning online can be more challenging sometimes, but we hope by providing all the learning materials you will need in advance will give you the time to prepare, and the online sessions with your instructor will provide direct tuition and the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
All assessments will take the form of a professional discussion conducted on a one-to-one basis and recorded, saved and stored for the purpose of quality assurance and accreditation and to ensure that the assessment is valid, reliable and robust.
Your instructor/assessor will ensure you have completed the full syllabus and have the knowledge, understanding and skills required to be awarded the regulated qualification.
Learners will be unable to receive a regulated qualification without video evidence of the assessment being available to FAA for quality assurance purposes.