Our Combined FAW and PFA course enables attendees to identify the role and responsibilities of a first aider and paediatric first aider as well as to identify how to minimise the risks of infection to self and others.
Training for Schools & Education
Our Combined EFAW and EPFA course is designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider in their workplace and who have a responsibility to look after both children and adults.
Our Depression and Anxiety Disorders in Children course enables attendees to understand the nature of anxiety and depression as well as how it can impact on an individual and those around them.
Our ADHD in Children course enables attendees to understand what Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is as well as how it can affect day-to-day life for a child.
Our ADHD in Adults and Teens course enables attendees to gain knowledge regarding what symptoms can occur as well as what can cause ADHD.
Our Online Safeguarding and Child Protection course enables attendees to identify what the different types of abuse are and how they should be dealt with.
Our Epilepsy Awareness course enables attendees to have a better understanding of the condition and how to support individuals with epilepsy.
Our Basic Life Support (BLS) Training enables attendees to understand how the heart and circulatory system works within the body, what the different types of rhythms mean as well as how to correctly perform CPR on adults, children, and infants.
Our Acquired Brain Injury course enables attendees to outline the function and anatomy of the brain as well as what a brain injury can cause.
Our Alcohol Awareness course enables attendees to identify the difference between Alcoholism, Alcoholic, Alcohol dependant and Alcohol misuse and what medical conditions can be caused by prolonged harmful drinking.
Schools and Education Training Courses: Empowering Educators for Success
Mandatory training courses are required for all employees in schools to ensure that they have the knowledge and skills necessary to perform their job duties safely and effectively. These courses cover a range of topics and are designed to meet legal and regulatory requirements, as well as the unique needs of the school environment.
One example of mandatory training is workplace safety training, which covers topics such as fire safety, hazardous materials handling, and emergency response procedures. This training is essential for ensuring that all employees understand how to prevent accidents and respond appropriately in the event of an emergency.
Another example of mandatory training is diversity and inclusion training, which teaches employees about the importance of creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all students and staff members. This training can help to prevent discrimination and promote equity and diversity in the school community.
Other mandatory training courses may include child protection training, data protection and privacy training and safeguarding. These courses are designed to ensure that all employees understand their legal and ethical responsibilities and are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain a safe and positive learning environment for all students.
Overall, mandatory training courses are essential for ensuring that all employees in schools are trained to perform their job duties safely and effectively. By investing in these training courses, schools can help to prevent accidents and injuries, promote diversity and inclusion, and create a safe and supportive learning environment for all students and staff members.