Blended Learning now accepted for workplace training.

The HSE have announced that Blended Learning is now an accepted means by which workplace first aid training can be delivered.


This means that training providers can now deliver first aid qualifications using a combination of face-to-face classroom training and electronic distance based training. However, the HSE also state that it is an employer’s duty to ensure they are satisfied that the training is as effective as face to face learning, and that their training provider has adequate systems in place to support Learners and prevent identity fraud.


Source: Qualsafe/HSE:

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