First Aid Trauma & Casualty Care courses

Having sat on various first aid courses and having been a first aid instructor for a number of years it started to feel like we were very much doing the same thing over and over again. Technology was changing, the emergency services were changing, healthcare as a whole was changing. But the ‘first aid course’Continue reading “First Aid Trauma & Casualty Care courses”

New years first aid advice – burns

On New Year’s Eve it’s likely many of us (who aren’t working) will be out celebrating the arrival of 2019, and who can have a New Years celebration without fireworks. (Here’s some more advice on Fireworks) Whether you’re off to a big display, nipping round a friend or family members or letting off a fewContinue reading “New years first aid advice – burns”

Sea Cadet’s Chosin Cup

Every year the Sea Cadets in London hold an “Adventure Training Competition” called the Chosin Cup. This year we supported the event that was hosted in Sussex. We provided medical cover, teamed up with paramedic Emma to run a first aid scenario for the cadets and supplied some water safety cover and risk assessments toContinue reading “Sea Cadet’s Chosin Cup”

A trio of governing bodies

In the last week and a bit our instructors have delivered a range of different First Aid qualifications to a selection of different students. Although each syllabus differs slightly the core message is about helping to preserve life in a safe and organised manner following the guidelines laid down by the European Resuscitation Council. We delivered:Continue reading “A trio of governing bodies”