Digital classrooms for adults over the age of 19 years old
Our free digital sessions will help you learn skills to help an emergency or how to build resilience and coping skills.
We're currently running two different types of digital sessions for adults over 19 years old.
Are you interested in learning skills to help in an emergency? If so, our digital classroom might be for you! You will learn about every day first aid with an experienced British Red Cross educator. These are interactive workshops where you will tackle four first aid skills and have the opportunity to ask questions. The aim is to build confidence so you can help someone in a first aid emergency, using the objects that you have around you.
For groups of five or more please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss dates and times and for a booking form.
To join a class as an individual, please click on this link to make a booking and chose a date and time to suit you.
Give yourself a bit of TLC with our tea, learn and connect sessions
TLC is for everyone, give yourself a bit of tender loving care with our tea, learn and connect sessions. These enable you to connect with others and are an opportunity to explore your resilience and coping skills. TLC is a regularly scheduled informal learning experience that you can take part in via Zoom meetings or over the phone. They encompass a variety of topics that empower participants to learn new skills and share their life experiences with others.
To join a class, please click here to book your place.
I don’t know anything about first aid – is this for me?
You don’t need to have any previous experience, just a willingness to take part.
How much does it cost?
FREE! There is no cost to you or your organisation. If you wish to undertake a certified course such as first aid at work, please contact Red Cross Training https://www.redcrossfirstaidtraining.co.uk/ who will advise you on what type of course that you need.
Will this session give me a qualification?
We can provide a certificate of learning which you can fill in yourself, but this does not meet any workplace requirements.
Who is delivering these classes?
All sessions are delivered by trained British Red Cross educators. They have a great deal of experience in humanitarian and first aid education.
What equipment do I need?
You can join in on a computer, tablet or smartphone. You may benefit from the larger screen on a computer if you have one available. Red Cross in your classroom has different requirements. Please contact email@example.com if you are unsure.
What platform do you use to deliver?
We currently use zoom to deliver our sessions. We can provide the Red Cross in your classroom workshop over Teams if that is preferred. We are exploring other platforms. Please mention at time of booking if you use another video conferencing software.
How long do sessions last?
It depends on the type of session you are joining. Adult sessions typically last between 60-90 minutes and Youth are around 60 minutes. If you have special requirements, please get in touch, and we can discuss them with you.
What kind of things will I learn?
What you learn will depend on the session you attend. Our educators have specific learning outcomes for each class.
What can I do to prepare?
No preparation is required, just make sure your surrounding environment is quiet so you can hear and contribute. You may wish to download our free first aid app from your app store.
Where can I find out more information?
We have a range of first aid resources on our website, which freely available to anyone that wishes to learn key life saving skills to use an emergency.
With the British Red Cross apps - you’re only two taps away from learning how to help someone in a first aid emergency. These are free to download for your app store, letting you learn simple first aid skills at a time to suit you.