Course Booking Terms Conditions

Blended First Aid Training Services Terms & Conditions

1. About Our Terms

  • These terms and conditions should be read in full as they explain, Who we are,

how we contact you, how we provide our training services, what to do if you need to change a booking and your obligations as a learner.

  • These terms apply once a booking has been made, either over the phone, by email or online. Once we accept your booking, an email confirmation is sent. If you do not receive an email confirmation, it is your responsibility to contact us to let us know.
  • Throughout these terms, we will use the following definitions:
    • Training Service: The service provided to you is often referred to as the 'training '
    • Learner: The person or persons booking or undertaking training services with Blended First Aid.
    • Trainer: Person delivering the training course. This may be an employee of Blended First Aid or a subcontractor.
    • Booking: Requesting or paying for training services either over the phone, by email, or via a website.
    • In-House: Training provided on-site at a client's venue or place of work.
    • Open Venue: Training provided at a Blended First Aid Centre.
  • Are you a business customer or a consumer? You may have different rights under these terms. You are defined as a business customer if you are buying training services from us in connection with your trade, business, craft or profession.

You are defined as a consumer if you are buying training services wholly or mainly for your personal use and not in connection with your trade, business, craft or profession.

2. About Us

We are Blended First Aid Limited referred to as (BFA) is a sister company of Tigerlily Training Ltd based at:

Unit 2, Danworth Farm Business Park, Cuckfield Road, Hurstpierpoint, BN6 9GL.

Our registered company number is 08530180.

You can contact us by telephone on 0330 223 2015 by email at or by post at the above address.

We will contact you by using the phone number or email address provided at the time of booking.

3. Suitability, Training Assessment, and Behaviour on our Courses

  • Blended First Aid has an Equality & Diversity policy and we welcome Learners with disabilities. Reasonable adjustments and special considerations can be given however, all practical assessments must be conducted as in a live situation. It is the employer’s or Learner’s responsibility to ensure that they are given the support to perform the duties of a first aider to the approved code of practice outlined by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).
  • The duties of a first aider can be physically demanding. For certification, Learners must be able to meet our assessment criteria by demonstrating their skills during practical course assessment. They must be able to kneel on the floor to administer CPR and put a casualty into the recovery position. Unfortunately, we are unable to

certificate a Learner if they do not complete all practical assessments as per the above criteria.

  • Learners must have a basic command of English (defined as level 2) to complete this training. Learners may request a special consideration for example an interpreter. This must be at a learners expense and the learner will be required to conduct the assessment without any help from the interpreter.  BFA must be given at least 2 weeks notice.
  • Learners must fully participate in all elements of the training course to receive a certificate. Learners that fail to attend the full teaching hours, fail to participate and do not pass all assessments fully, will be referred to our head office team.

A referred learner will not be certificated. To obtain a first aid certification, learners will be required to attend further training at their own cost.

  • Where training is provided as blended learning or in blocks, the learner must complete the full course and assessment within the following time scales:

3-day FAW - 10 weeks

2 day Paediatric and/or FAW Requalification - 6 weeks EFAW - 3 weeks.

Learners that fail to complete the full course within the specified timescales will need to retake the full course at their own expense. Blended First Aid are not required to give notice of a downgrade or fail and it is the responsibility of the learners to ensure the full course is completed in time.

  • Learners must be aged 16 years or older. We do not accept anyone under the age of 16 on our courses.
  • It is the responsibility of the client to select suitable persons to train to become first aiders in the workplace.
  • We reserve the right to refuse course entry or ask a Learner to leave a course in the event that:
    • They do not arrive on time, they leave during the course, or they are absent during the
    • They are deemed to be behaving inappropriately.
    • They refuse to participate in all elements of the training.
    • They are under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
  • The Client agrees to read in full our Learner Commitment Policy prior to training, and to make Blended First Aid aware of any special considerations that may need to take place.

4. Training Room Suitability

  • Blended First Aid check and assess their training venues on a quarterly basis.
  • Trainers to advise us if they believe the training venue does not meet our guidelines. and resources available for the training to take place;

When training at a Client’s venue the Client agrees to make adequate training space

  • 40 square metres of clear floor space - per 12 Learner group.
  • Access to plug sockets.
  • A clear wall for projecting.
  • Chairs for Learners.
  • Table for our Trainer(s).

5. Booking a Course

  • A course can be booked online via our website or via our partners’ websites, by phone,

or by email. On receipt of booking we will send you an email confirming the details of the course. If you do not receive this email it is your responsibility to contact us and let us know.

  • If you fail to attend a course due to not receiving the course details, or not being briefed by the person who booked the course, you will not receive a refund.
  • It is your responsibility to book the correct course for your needs. We cannot be held responsible if you book and attend the wrong course. It is also your responsibility to ensure you can get to the training centre at least 15 minutes before the course start
  • If you need to make any changes to the course please contact us as soon as possible and we can advise you on what changes are possible.
  • Sometimes we may need to make changes to a course. If this happens, we will notify you by phone and/or email and either refund you in full or move you onto another
  • Individual/group bookings for Open Venue courses must be made at the time of booking online or over the phone by card.
  • Payment for In-House courses and payment on account courses must be made in full at least 30 working days before the training date.
  • Blended First Aid reserve the right to cancel your training course or future training without notice or refund, if full payment is not made as per clause 5.7.

Online card payments are handled by our payment provider Worldpay via their secure payment system.

We accept payments from the following cards: Visa, Mastercard, Maestro and JCB


6.   eLearning

  • If a course with an eLearning element is chosen, the eLearning must be completed within a certain time frame of the practical training day under HSE guidelines.

See section 3.6. We will be unable to certificate anyone who has not completed the full course within these time frames. Extensions will only be given under extreme circumstances.

  • Your eLearning code will be sent at the time of booking, or a code can be generated through the Learner login section on our website. It is the Learner’s responsibility to call us if they do not have a login code.
  • Blended First Aid can audit a Learner’s eLearning activity and see which Learner number is active on their eLearning at any time. Blended First Aid reserve the right to call a Learner who is active on their eLearning to verify their identity as part of our quality assurance checks.

7.   Course Amendments, Cancellations and Refunds

Cancellation rights will depend on whether you are a Consumer or a Business.

  • If you are a Consumer (i.e. you have purchased this service for wholly non-work related reasons) you may be entitled to a full refund if you are within the 14 day cooling off period. This period starts from the date you receive our email confirming your booking. If you have already started any elements of our course within the 14 day cooling off period, you are not eligible for a refund.
  • If you are a Business Customer (i.e. buying training services in connection with your trade, business, craft or profession):
    • Once a course is amended, transferred, or cancelled no further refunds or course transfer options will be
    • A course cannot be transferred or cancelled once any part of the training has
    • Transfer fees must be paid prior to the start time of the existing
    • Force Majeure – Where a course is cancelled due to Force Majeure (circumstances reasonably beyond the control of Blended First Aid) g. war, riots, floods, epidemic, prolonged shortage of energy supply, explosions, strikes, lockouts, acts of state or government control impeding or prohibiting Blended First Aid from performing its obligations. Tigerlily will provide comparable training to the consumer at a mutually agreed date within 12 months of the course cancellation. No refunds will be issued where courses are cancelled due to Force Majeure and No Transfer Fees will be charged.
    • If you lose or do not receive your certificate you will be asked to pay a £10 recertification

8. Intellectual Property Rights and Confidential Information

  • Materials distributed during a training course: We may distribute materials during a training course that you can take away with All intellectual property rights to any such materials are owned by us.
  • Retention of our intellectual property: Participation in the training course does not confer any intellectual property rights (by implication or otherwise) on you to use, alter, copy or otherwise deal with any of the symbols, trademarks, logos and/ or intellectual property of Blended First Aid or in the materials referred to in clause 1.
  • Confidential information: In the event that we disclose any confidential information to you, you agree that you shall not at any time disclose to any person any such confidential information, except what may be required by law, court order, or any governmental or regulatory

9. Other Important Terms

  • The Company agrees to provide training services to the Client, and the Client agrees to engage the services of the company.
  • These Terms constitute the contract between the Company and the Client and are accepted by the Client upon signature and return of the Terms by the Client to the In the event that the Client fails to sign and return the Terms, the Terms are deemed to be accepted by the Client upon booking.
  • These Terms contain the entire agreement between the parties and unless otherwise agreed in writing by a Director of the Company, these Terms prevail over any other terms of business or purchase conditions put forward by the Client.
  • No variation of, or alteration to, these Terms shall be valid unless agreed between the Company and the Client. The details of any variation shall be notified to the Client by the Company in writing (which shall include email) as soon as reasonably practicable, and such document (or email) shall state the date on or after which such varied terms shall apply.
  • As per the HSE & OFSTED guidelines 1 Trainer is permitted to train up to 12 Learners. Where more than 12 Learners will be attending, extra training resources will be required, and course fees will increase.
  • The Client agrees to give the Company a list of Learners due to attend the training course a minimum of 7 days prior to the training date. The Company reserves the right to turn away any extra Learners not on the course list.
  • All content within a course is provided for general information only and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of a doctor or any other healthcare Blended First Aid is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made by a user based on the content of the course. Always consult a GP or other relevant healthcare professional if you are in any way concerned about the health of any persons under your responsibility.
  • Blended First Aid reserve the right to decline booking requests.
  • Complaints - if a Client is unsatisfied with any of the training provided during the course programme, they should contact Blended First Aid as soon as possible to register their complaint. All complaints or enquiries of this nature are investigated, managed and resolved in line with Blended First Aid’s Complaints & Appeals Policy.

10.   How We Use Your Data

Please see our Privacy & Data Processing Policy.

11.   Limitation of Liability

  • Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the negligence of Blended First Aid, Blended First Aid shall not be liable by reason of any representation (unless fraudulent) or implied warranty, condition or other term, or any duty at common law or under these Terms and Conditions, for any loss of profit or any indirect special or consequential loss, costs, expenses or other claims for compensation.
  • Blended First Aid’s entire liability to the Customer under or in connection with the Contract and the provision of Services shall not exceed the sum of twice the price paid by the Customer for the Services. Nothing in this paragraph is intended to exclude any liability on the part of Blended First Aid for fraud.

12.   Governing Law

These Terms and Conditions and any order which the Customer places with Blended First Aid to which these Terms and Conditions apply shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.

For a competitive quote or to find out more about our courses please call us on 0330 223 2015 or email