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First Aid Course Swansea

We provide first aid training courses across South West Wales.

Emergency First Aid At Work

Emergency First Aid
At Work

1 Day Course

4-12 People


First Aid
At Work

3 Day Course

4-12 People


Sports Coaches
First Aid

3.5 Hour Course

4-12 People


Paediatric First Aid

1 Day Course

4-12 People



2.5 Hour Course

4-12 People


Cheapest First Aid TRAINING in SWANSEA

First aid courses in your workplace.

We Come to you.

Are you looking for First Aid Training Courses in Swansea?

Hands On Training, “First Aid Course Swansea”, provides affordable first aid training services including:
– First aid at work
– Emergency first aid at work
– Defibrillator training
– First aid training for sports coaches.

Our first aid training services extend throughout South West Wales for local businesses (including Cardiff, Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Bridgend and Carmarthenshire) and for companies across the UK.

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Frequently Asked Questions


How do you become a certified first aid trainer?
We specialise in delivering courses for small and medium size companies in groups. We do not run open courses for individuals.


How much does it cost to become a first aider?
Group Courses for 12 people start from £230.

How long is a first aid certificate valid?
First aid certificates are valid for 3 years.

Is it a legal requirement to be first aid trained?
Yes, companies are required to have first aid staff available at all times.

Do you teach how to use defibrillators on your training courses?
Yes, use of defibrillators is now taught as standard on all first aid courses.

Can you still provide first aid training despite Covid-19?
As we abide by the strict government guidelines we are available to provide face to face training courses.

Is there a minimum age to be a first aid trainer?
Yes, a minimum of 16 years for a certified course but bespoke courses can be arranged for a group of younger children.

How often do I need to renew my first aid training certificate?
You must renew your training every 3 years.

Where do you provide first aid training courses?
We run first aid training courses across Cardiff, South West Wales and the whole of the UK. 
We come to you and carry out the training at your workplace. 

About Swansea

Swansea, South West Wales

Swansea is a coastal city and the second-largest city of Wales. It forms a principal area, officially known as the City and County of Swansea and the city is the twenty-fifth largest in the United Kingdom.



Located along Swansea Bay in the south-west of Wales, with the principal area covering the Gower Peninsula, it is part of the Swansea Bay City Region, historic county of Glamorgan and the ancient Welsh commote of Gŵyr. The principal area is the second most populous local authority area in Wales with a population of est. 246,563 in 2020. Swansea, along with Neath and Port Talbot, forms the Swansea Urban Area with a population of 300,352 in 2011.




During the 19th-century industrial heyday, Swansea was the key centre of the copper-smelting industry, earning the nickname Copperopolis.



What is Swansea famous for?

Swansea, the second largest city in Wales, with its legendary nightlife centred on Wind Street and the recently developed SA1 area, is a must for any visitor. Swansea is known for being the birthplace of poet Dylan Thomas, and home of the Swans, who were until very recently in the Premier League.



Is Swansea a nice place to live?

Swansea, in the south of Wales, is fast becoming one of the most popular places to live in the UK. It is both a city and a county, with a population of 244,500. This waterfront location is a vibrant and desirable modern city: offering a great urban lifestyle alongside beautiful coastline and beaches.



Is Swansea good for holiday?

A city by the sea and rural seaside retreat in one holiday destination. Experience Wales’ Cultural City and the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Gower Peninsula. Unwind on award-winning beaches, walk the Gower Coast Path or go wild for watersports.



Is Swansea posh?

The coastal Welsh city of Swansea has long been a popular place to live. … For people looking for homes with big budgets, the Swansea area can deliver a number of posh addresses with high price tags that most house-hunters can only dream about buying.



Is Swansea safe at night?

Swansea is officially a safe night out – despite a rise in violent crime in Wind Street. A night out in Wind Street, Swansea, is officially safe

Swansea Statistics

 Swansea Statistics Area: 380 km²
Population: 246,217 (2019)
Eurostat Population Change: +9,300 2010-2020
Post codes: SA1-SA9
Housing: 109,500
Tourism: 4.91M visitors
Ceremonial county: West
Glamorgan Country: Wales
Sovereign state: United Kingdom
Post town: SWANSEA
Dialling code: 01792
Police: South Wales
Fire: Mid and West Wales
Ambulance: Welsh UK
Parliament: Gower

Things to do in Swansea: Mumbles Pier
The Mumbles Pier has been part of Swansea since 1898, a family run business the Pier is one of very few privately owned Piers left in the UK.

Clyne Gardens Swansea
Clyne Gardens contains varied National Collections of plants set in beautiful parkland. Visit Swansea Bay Visit Swansea Bay to walk, surf, or just kick back on the UK’s Best Beach (Rhossili Bay). Swansea Museum The industrial, maritime and cultural histories of Swansea.