As you will see our real life experiences of delivering first aid in real life situations, dovetails with our ability to deliver First Aid qualifications. It should also explain how we easily explain and can illustrate course content without complex language.
Bruce retired from the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service in 2018 after 29 1/2 years service.
Bruce worked as a Firefighter, Crew Commander and Watch Commander in uniformed roles across various departments. Bruce was responsible for managing both operational operational incidents and the training of operational firefighters. Managing the delivery of the Community Safety team across Edinburgh involved Bruce training operational and non operational personnel how to deliver safety measures to reduce the risk of fire for vulnerable adults and children and involved multi-agency partnership working.
Bruce has held a First Aid qualification since 1988, that’s over 35 years.
Bruce is a former volunteer Community First Responder for the Scottish Ambulance Service.
After qualifying as a Registered General Nurse in 1985, Zofia has over 40 years experience of working in the Care Sector. Zofia has both experience of delivering nursing care, management of others delivering a nursing role, training and assessing colleagues.
Zofia’s qualifications and experience, made the role of being a SQA Assessor for her nursing colleagues a straightforward choice.
Zofia has previously taught First Aid for the Red Cross and managed the delivery of First Aid provision for Guide Dogs for the Blind.