Summer Special – Get an extra 10% off all list price ‘on site’ courses booked for August 2018! ☀️


Some of the courses included are;

1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work – £300.00 – up to 6 candidates (after discount £270.00)

2 Day First Aid at Work Re-qualification – £570.00 – for up to 6 candidates (after discount £513.00)

3 Day First Aid at Work – £840.00 – for up to 6 candidates (after discount £756.00)

Basic Fire Safety Awareness – £320.00 – for up to 12 candidates (after discount £288.00)

Fire Marshal/Warden – £320.00 – for up to 12 candidates (after discount £288.00)

Larger group prices are available.

All our courses are delivered by qualified, experienced instructors and include handouts, manuals and certification.

Prices are subject to vat.

To book you course or to request more information please do not hesitate to call us on Tel; 01302 802016 or by email on

Quote code SUN2018 NOW to claim your summer discount. ☀️

Christmas Closure Dates from Emergency Response Training Ltd

Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your business during the last twelve months and we look forward to assisting you with your training requirements in 2018.

Please note our offices will be closed for the festive period from

12.30pm on Friday 22nd December 2017


8.00am Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

Best Wishes from everyone
at ERT

If you have any urgent enquiries over the Christmas period please contact us on .  Emails will be monitored on a regular basis.



Emergency Response Training achieve Constructionline Approval and acclaim Accreditation!

Constructionline is a register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants, assessed to ensure that correct commercial, technical and financial competencies are reached.

Following the approval process, we are proud to announce that we have also been accepted and listed on the Places for People Dynamic Purchasing System for Whole House Contractors.

We would like to thank the members of staff who worked tirelessly to compile our submissions and to our clients who kindly assisted in providing references for this successful submission.


Remember, Remember the 5th of November!!!


It’s that time of year again and we want you to stay safe around fireworks and especially those sparklers.


Stand Clear and ensure you wear your gloves!


Did you know that A&E receive approximately 1,000 people each year for treatment on Bonfire Night?!


So here’s a recap on treating burns!!!

1. Cool the burn by placing your hand/affected area under running cold water for a minimum of 10 minutes.

2. Remove jewellery and loose clothing very carefully and before the area starts to swell. If something is stuck to the burn, do not attempt to remove it!

3. Dress the burn by applying a sterile dressing that won’t stick to the affected area. Cling film is ideal.


*If the burn is severe call 999 or 122 for emergency assistance*



– Cool the burn with ice

-Burst the blisters

– Touch the burn


– Apply adhesive dressings, cream, ointments or fats


Have Fun! Stay Safe!



IOSH Audit 2017

We had our IOSH Quality Assurance Review in August, here are our results;

“Emergency Response Training Ltd have been graded as Outstanding from the results of Quality Assurance Review dated 29.08.2017″

“The review was highly effective in exceeding all IOSH standards in the audit.”

If anybody would like information on our IOSH Courses then please do not hesitate to have a look under the health & safety tab on our website or contact us on 01302 802016.

Have you seen the new AED signs yet?





The Resuscitating Council (UK) have worked with the British Heart Foundation to develop new and improved AED location signs.

The aim is to ensure more people understand what AEDs are used for and to encourage people to use them.

A supporting information poster has also been designed to reinforce the following key messages:

• Anyone can use an AED – you do not need prior medical first aid training.

• It’s easy to use – just follow the instructions.

• It is for use on an unconscious person who is not breathing normally.

Standard sign for AEDs

The new AED location signs make the following changes to the current one:

• It changes the lightning bolt icon into a stylised ECG heart trace – respondents overwhelmingly said they would be more likely to use a sign with this icon on.

• The description is changed to “Defibrillator – Heart Restarter” – respondents said they thought this term would most encourage them to use the device.

• A supine person was added, showing the suggested placement of the defibrillator pads, to reinforce (by way of a strong visual cue) how the device should be used.

Click here to download and print the updated signage


Rigid, laminated copies of both signs are available in our shop

Certificate Expiry Reminder Service

Don’t be the one to expire without a reminder!

Emergency Response Training Ltd provide a free qualification reminder service to all of our first aid customers. We would like to extend this service to everyone.

If you would like to benefit from this service please send your details including certificate expiry date and email address to us on or call us on 01302 802016.

All reminders are sent out roughly 3 months before certificates are due to expire.

If you are already aware of your expiry date and would like to book your place onto one of our courses then please click Here to book online.