Defibrillator Awareness (AED) 1-2 hours

On-site traininG

A cost effective way to train your staff.

This may be your own premises or another suitable training location that is convenient for you. If you do not have a venue available we can explore options and potentially offer you the use of our training venue in Blaydon.  

The On-site training option is particularly cost effective to those who have several people requiring training at the same time. In addition to this there are several other benefits to organising an On-site First Aid course:

  • Choosing your own venue gives greater convenience.
  • Travelling and accommodation costs can be removed or reduced.
  • The course content can be tailored to your exact requirements.
  • Businesses and organisations can choose a suitable time to run their course.

We aim to provide you with up to date information which is relevant to you and your staff. Our courses can be tailored to meet your requirements, therefore making them more industry-specific.

Our trainers are passionate about teaching First Aid and enjoy delivering training in a relaxed environment which will enable you or your staff to learn more and be more prepared in an emergency situation.

On-site training courses

Defibrillator Awareness (AED) 1-2 hours

This session is designed for people who work in any environment and will equip individuals with first aid skills for any potential emergency life threatening situation.

Our Defibrillator Awareness training will give learners the confidence to act quickly if someone has a cardiac arrest. Learners will learn how to perform effective CPR and how to operate an AED. 

Course Syllabus


  • Primary Survey
  • Resuscitation (Adult and Paediatrics)
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) 
  • AED Safety
  • Recovery Position

£220 (Exc. VAT)

£264 (Inc. VAT)

For up to 12 learners

Why Choose Us


First Aid North East is monitored and approved by the FAIB (First Aid Industry Body), to ensure the delivery of a high standard of training courses.

The FAIB has been set up to fill the void created by the HSE (Health & Safety Executive) withdrawing from the Approvals system, and to give a direct alternative to the SQA / Ofqual system.

The FAIB has been created by Ian Kershaw MBE, who previously managed the First Aid Approvals and Monitoring Service of the HSE from 1995-2007, and is operated through an Advisory Panel of democratically elected people from within Training Organisations, who are experts in the First Aid Training Industry.