About Tigerlily First Aid Training

We provide specialist first aid training for Early Years, Schools and Workplace environments

About Tigerlily Training

What we do

We specialise in providing First Aid Training to Nurseries, Schools, Childminders, Nannies, Parents, Sports Clubs – in fact everyone involved in Childcare and Education.

We train individuals and small groups at our state-of-the-art training centres across the UK and we provide On-Site training for Nursery and School staff at their settings.

Tigerlily are the largest and most trusted paediatric first aid training provider in the UK.
Our team of over 80 specialist paediatric first aid trainers combine the very latest training techniques with a friendly, dynamic approach – to optimise recall and provide learners with the skills, knowledge and confidence to act effectively when it really matters.

Not for Profit

As a not-for-profit, charitable company, we are able to provide the highest quality of training at the most competitive rates. We distribute profits to a range of UK Childrens Charities and offer significant course discounts wherever we can.


All nursery and school settings are different and we really believe in the importance of offering choice in the way our courses are delivered.

We offer 3 distinct approaches to Paediatric First Aid Training:

BLENDED: combining one-day of focused practical training with an E-Learning
TRADITIONAL: comprising two-days of classroom based training
National Qualification: Ofqual Level 3 in Paediatric First Aid comprising two-days of classroom training and at home study program

We also provide the following workplace based courses for nurseries and educational settings:

First Aid for Schools (enabling ALL school staff to be trained on the same day)
Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
First Aid at Work
Outdoor Activity First Aid
Basic Sports First Aid
Anaphylaxis / Auto-Injector
AED Defibrillator plus CPR

What sets us apart?

BLENDED or TRADITIONAL Paediatric First Aid Training?

To provide choice for nurseries and early years settings, we are able to deliver our paediatric first aid courses in two ways:

BLENDED Training: combining classroom-based practical training with state-of-the-art E-Learning

TRADITIONAL Training: comprising two-days of classroom based training

Both training methods are equally successful, cover identical topics and take the same amount of time to complete. However, the benefit for nursery settings is that they can choose the delivery method that suits them (and their learners) best. Here is a guide to the benefits of both approaches:

Benefits of Blended Training with E-Learning

Benefits of Traditional Two-Day Training without E-Learning