a) It reduces the time taken away from work;
b) They receive an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificate, which is recognised in the work place; and
c) They receive a 16 hour outdoor first aid certificate, which is recognised by all the National Governing Bodies
There 6 candidates on the course all got stuck into the practical sessions, asked lots of questions and had loads of fun in the process. This resulted in exceptional feedback from the course.
‘Chris is a great teacher – approachable and has a good teaching style which makes learning interesting and engaging.’
To see a few photographs from the course please click here.