We deliver a lot of training courses here at Lubas Medical, and each one grants a different qualification to those who complete it. These first aid qualifications will look great on your CV, but more importantly, they certify that you are equipped with the skills that could save someone’s life.
So what qualifications can you earn on a Lubas Medical course? Here’s a quick rundown:
- Lubas Medical’s First Aid at Work certificate is valid for 3 years, and it certifies that you are fully qualified to administer first aid in the workplace. This course is on special offer for March, so book your place now!
- Completion of our Sports Trauma Management course will earn you two qualifications. The Sports Trauma Management certificate itself is valid for 3 years, and as a gold-level ACPSM qualification, it certifies that you are qualified to provide first aid in sport at a professional level. You’ll also earn the Certificate in CPR and Automated External Defibrillation, showing that you know how to administer these life-saving resuscitation techniques.
- FASE (First Aid for Sport and Exercise) is the latest addition to the Lubas course list, and where the Sports Trauma Management course is specifically geared towards medical professionals, the FASE courses are open to everyone. The FASE certificate shows that you are qualified to provide first aid in sport/exercise environments – for example, in a school P.E. lesson, or at a football match.
- If you successfully complete our Basic CPR Training, you will receive the Lubas Medical CPR Certificate, which certifies that you have been trained to the standard set by the UK Resuscitation Council. Cardiac arrest can happen anywhere, and you never know when your rudimentary CPR techniques might be needed.
This is just a small sample of the first aid qualifications you can earn with Lubas Medical. To see our full list of training courses, scroll to the top of this page and click on Medical Training Courses.