We have a wide range of first aid training courses available on island so you can learn what to do when faced with an emergency.
First aid advice for bleeding wounds including nose bleeds, severe bleeding and shock including what to do and when to get medical assistance.
First aid advice for injuries to bones and muscles including fractures, dislocated joints, sprains and strains, spinal injuries and recovery from a spinal injury.
First aid advice for breathing problems including asthma attacks, croup, drowning and hyperventilation.
If an adult is unresponsive and not breathing normally, you need to call 999 or 112 for emergency help and start CPR straight away. Learn what to do.
Use the primary survey to quickly assess the situation and check the casualty for injuries or conditions that could be immediately life-threatening. Find out what to do.
By using a defibrillator before an ambulance arrives, you can significantly increase someone’s chance of survival. Learn what to do.
All homes, cars, leisure centres and workplaces should have first aid kits. Find out what first aid supplies you need.
Read our guide to find out what you need to know when buying and installing a defibrillator for your workplace or community.
Discover what your workplace first aid room should include.