The leading in house first aid provider

About Us

G2 First Aid Training is one of West Central Scotland’s premier first aid training suppliers. All our trainers are fully qualified professionals allowing us to be approved by Qualsafe Awards to deliver a vast array of approved and regulated courses.

We aim to provide a flexible and fun learning environment and encourage participation and questions, as we believe this is the best method to learn. Our expert trainers work out of our training centre based in Glasgow City Centre. We also have the ability to carry out training courses at your premises.

All our courses are led by professionals in the medical field that include front line Paramedics, Emergency and Critical Care Nurses and experienced event First Aiders.  With up to date knowledge and first hand experience in delivering First Aid, we feel we are best placed to instruct you on the importance of effective First Aid.

 

Types of courses

We have a vast range of courses available, including First Aid at Work (3 Days training) and Emergency First Aid at Work (1 Day training).

Don’t worry if you don’t fully understand what training course would best suit you, or how many people need to be trained. Simply drop us an email or give us a call and our knowledgeable staff will be on hand to answer any questions that you might have.

Who attends our courses?

Our clients include all kinds of organisations, large and small. Some simply want a one-day training course, while other employers are looking for more in depth courses for their staff.. We’ll be pleased to talk about how we can provide training to meet your particular needs.

G2 First Aid Training have trainers and associates to enable us to provide a wide variety of training outside of first aid, our full training list can be seen below

First Aid Courses
First Aid At Work ( 18hours over 3 Days)
Emergency First Aid At Work (7hours over 1 Day)
First Aid At Work Requalification (2 Days)
Automated External Defibrillation Training
Basic Life Support and the Management of Anaphylaxis