Our First Aid knowledge dovetails with our life and work experience / skills and our training qualifications. Consequently, we deliver courses using:

  • engaging, uncomplicated language and information.
  • a positive discussion and engagement experience.
  • PowerPoint as a reference, for the discussion, not for you to read and recite.
  • each instructor having 35+ years of real-life experiences to illustrate and explain the course syllabus and translate that into a positive training experience.
  • Look at the image opposite to see how  QCPR Adult, Child and Baby manikins further improve your CPR skills and confidence through real-time constructive feedback.
  • training defibrillators as part of learning CPR skills.
  • a reference book appropriate to the course that everyone attending  the course keeps.
  • appropriate resources to support learning and assessment, e.g. Adrenaline Auto-Injectors, Tourniquets, Slings, Dressings.
  • our knowledge being kept up to date courtesy of the FAIB.
  • value for money courses being delivered –  remember all First Aid Training providers deliver the same course syllabus.

As a guide the space should have:

  • Room Size: the room must be of an adequate size (approximately 1.25 square metres per student) or a minimum room size of 4 metres x 4 metres for 12 students. 
  • Toilets: separate facilities for male and female students. 
  • Ventilation: should be adequate for the space.
  • Lighting: suitable for reading. 
  • Heating: the room temperature should maintain a ‘shirt sleeve’ environment. 
  • Access/Exits: should be safe, good lighting and cater for people with support needs. 
  • Floor Coverings: should be carpeted or mats provided for use during practical sessions. 
  • Cleanliness: the space should be clean, tidy and a hygienic environment. 
  • Noise: consider whether there is any noise that may distract students from training.
If you need to seek guidance on any of the above then please Contact Us.