Titas can provide you with all your First Aid / First Person On Scene  requirements.

The Titas instructors for all First Aid / First Person On Scene courses are comprised of ex-military & Fire Service trainers.

To make sure that you get the most out of this course we want to try and make sure that we put all of the topics in to two major sections. The first section is all about making sure that you have a wide range of knowledge that will help you make sure you can use first aid effectively when needed.

The other major area that we like to cover is teaching and training practice. This essentially means that you will be taught at a slightly advanced level to make sure that you can actually teach first aid effectively to someone else if the time comes.

We will make sure that no one finishes this course until they are fully competent with all of the information that we provide them.

We do encourage anyone that if they have questions during the course then they should ask one of the instructors to make sure that it gets answered as soon as possible.

FPOSi –£449 or free with hostile close protection

Would you like to improve your chances of being employed? Well then have you thought about taking an FPOSi course? By taking an FPOS (First Person On Site) course, you will develop and gain the valuable medical knowledge that you will need to react to an incident.

The First Person On Site course is suitable for everyone of all ages and abilities. As a course, it is a marked improvement from standard First Aid courses and it will enable you to provide a higher level of care during emergencies. If you are looking for a career in close protection, an FPOS course will prepare you for any situation that may arise whilst providing close protection. The added benefit of this course is that it heightens your skills base and employers look more favourably at those with an FPOS qualification.


  • Asthma
  • Basic life support for adults and children
  • Bleeding
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Choking
  • Communication methods
  • Epilepsy
  • Heart problems
  • Minimising risk of infection
  • Oxygen supplement
  • Recognising a haemorrhage
  • Recovery position
  • Removal of crash helmets
  • Safely moving and handling
  • Scene safety and management
  • Shock
  • Stroke
  • Unconsciousness
  • Why Should You Undertake FPOS Training?


The First Person On Scene qualification is an in-depth course that involves more than just giving first aid. After taking this course, you will be able to identify a variety of injuries and problems; you will also be able to deliver an effective solution in a professional manner to ensure the victim receives adequate care, until they are taken to the hospital.


There are endless benefits in taking an FPOS course. You could provide effective medical assistance which could be vital if proper medical help may not be immediate or if you are in a hostile area. You will be able to follow correct medical procedures which will save the patient from being in a lot of pain. Another benefit is that if you are seriously thinking of a career in close protection, an FPOS qualification will really help your employability as employers really favour individuals with an FPOS qualification.


It is wrongly assumed that the First Person On Site courses is designed specifically for certain job roles and situations. However, the FPOS course is actually beneficial to everybody and can be applied in a variety of situations. The training will enable you to provide care in everyday situations, such as minor burns, small accidents and other injuries. With this qualification, you will be able to respond correctly to many issues that may arise, whether you are at work, at home or outside. Do you get the feeling of self satisfaction when you help somebody? Then you will want to be able to deliver a high level of care for an injured person which sometimes can make a great difference.


In any situation, knowing what to do and knowing what skills to use are always useful. No matter where you are in the world, there is always an opportunity for a problem to occur deliberate or not. If a problem arises, being able to create a safe environment and reduce risks from the environment will help you do your job effectively as a close protection officer. Close protection employers rate an FPOS qualification as it will show that you are an adaptable and useful team member. In an emergency situation, everyone reacts to shock differently, and it can be difficult to know what to do. Our FPOS courses will enable you respond to emergencies and provide effective care for those injured.


Many individuals can find entering a medical scene quite tricky as they are unsure what the best response for the situation is. Our courses in FPOS will show you how to identify the victim and the medical attention that they require. You will also learn how to recognise any risks and through observing the scene, be able to estimate all the possible causes of trauma.