We do not purchase courses from third parties, nor use off the shelf PowerPoint Presentations that can be delivered easily by just about anyone.
We teach what we know, and only deliver courses following current guidance from advisory bodies such as The Resuscitation Council, The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee (JRCALC).
Not the easiest way to do things, but we think it is the best, and we think you will too.
Our courses include Family First Aid for new parents, Paediatric First Aid, First Aid at Work, Basic and Advanced Life Support and even Outdoor courses suitable for Sport, Travel, and Forest Schools.
When fixing broken people, a basic knowledge of how a person should look and function can be helpful, so, for those who are interested, we teach Basic Anatomy and Physiology as well as Vital Signs, a course explaining the basics of the Heart and what a Pulse actually is, blood pressure and how to measure it, metabolism, temperature, breathing, pain and how to manage it.
Obviously, when we run a course we supply bandages and gloves, plasters to practice with and a course manual. We have training devices for choking and dummy Auto Injectors for Anaphylaxis, dummy inhalers for Asthma etc.
We’ve got you covered.
First aid at work
Our First Aid at Work, or FAW, course will give you a basic knowledge and understanding of first aid.
Paediatric First Aid
Have a responsibility to provide first aid cover for children and infants? This is the course for you.
Are involved in outdoor and activity-based environments that require a first aid qualification? This is the course for you.
Family First Aid
This course is for new parents (and Grandparents) to help them deal with an infant or child facing an emergency situation.
If your passion is bushcraft, camping, hiking, or even overseas travel and adventure, this is the course for you.
Now most manuals, while they may look nice, and are something to refer to during the course, usually end up in a kitchen drawer or a car glove box, never to be seen again. We think it should always be with you, like your mobile phone.
So, click on the button below and don’t say we never give you anything.
Our course notes are always being updated, so do pop back to check it out from time to time.