Become a First Aid Trainer
Being a first aid trainer can be a very rewarding vocation. By becoming a trainer through First Aid Training Co-operative’s supportive and comprehensive pathway, you can reap the benefits of a new, fulfilling career, working for yourself and providing high quality, essential training in your local community.
First Aid Training Co-operative can offer intensive training to ensure that you have all of the qualifications and skills you need, as well as the ability to deliver high quality training. All trainers who become associate members of The Co-operative, once qualified through our course, can run their own businesses with the benefits of our co-operative ethos.
To get started, join our Free Email Course: 5 Steps to Starting a First Aid Training Business.
Free Email Course: 5 Steps to Starting a First Aid Training Business
Learn how to start a First Aid Training Business, what qualifications you’ll need and more. All in this free 5-week course from the First Aid expert, Tom Durham.
First Aid Trainer Induction Courses
Our comprehensive trainer induction courses provide you with everything you need to begin your own first aid training business, and join the First Aid Training Co-operative as an Associate Member if you wish to do so.
More Courses for First Aid Trainers
Everything You Need to Start a New Career as a First Aid Trainer
Ali Cameron was our first new trainer. He had these comments about the process:
"The training period was done over a number of courses, first by observing and then co-running courses. On each course I covered a larger subject area but this was agreed upon with the trainer before hand, and I was never put under any pressure to do more than I thought I could cope with.
Good, supportive & constructive feedback was all ways given after each session giving me more confidence and enabling me to improve my delivery.
Since the completion of the training and being signed off to run courses, I have now run seven courses, over 3 months and would have easily recouped my initial investment in equipment."