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The level of teaching was outstanding and this really showed in the exam marks. The trainer’s enthusiasm for First Aid really shone through and this in turn motivated the group to learn, practise and ask as many questions as possible. […]. The instructor passed on expertise in such a way that did not alienate anyone even though it was a diverse group of people from all parts of the business. The examiners were wonderful, giving us extra tips and advice once we had passed; this gave everyone confidence in their new skills and will allow us as individuals to handle a first aid situation.

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Lack of training leads to decline of mental healthcare for those most vulnerable, says CQC

Annual report by CQC has found that too many services provide insufficient training for staff who support those with complex needs. The report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that skills gaps and capacity shortages have driven to a deterioration in mental healthcare; those most effected are hospitals who care for adults with learning […]

Child-targeted social media advert banned

An advert for app PopJam has been banned for endangering the mental health of young children. The UK advertising watchdog ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) ruled that the adverts phrasing suggesting that users must “get likes and followers to level up” could have “detrimental effect on youngster’s mental health and self esteem”. PopJam is an app […]

Wakefield care home fined £100,000

A West Yorkshire care home has been fined more than £100,000 after a women suffered a broken neck from fall. The 81-year-old was taken to hospital five days after the incident in July of 2015 where x-rays found that she had suffered a broken neck while under the care of the Bupa home. Leeds Magistates’ […]

Record number of mental health first aiders in the UK

The UK is training increasingly more mental heath first aiders for the workplace to help tackle growing mental health pressures. More than 10’000 have been trained throughout FTSE 100 companies, and more than half of all FTSE 100 companies now have mental health first aiders. While mid-tier and small business’ have confronted the issue with […]

Rise in number of children with eating disorders

A recent study suggests that the number of children with eating disorders has doubled in the past decade. The largest rise has been seen in preteen children, with cases of anorexia having doubled in the UK and Ireland in the past 10 years. The cases of anorexia studied had been diagnosed by psychiatrists in children […]

Poor hygiene causes spread of E.coli superbug

Undercooked meat is thought to be the cause of E.coli spreading, however new research suggests poor toilet hygiene is behind the spread of the bacteria. Experts found that human-to-human transmission was the main cause of the spread when looking at thousands of blood, faecal and food samples. Proper hand-washing technique and good hygiene are key […]

How to save a life this Restart a Heart day

Today, October 16th, is Restart a Heart day which aims to raise awareness of cardiac arrest and the importance of learning first aid. Figures show that sudden out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) without cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is the third leading cause of death across industrialised nations and that the overall survival rates for OHCA are just […]

Today is World Mental Health Day

Taking place annually on October 10th, the theme for 2019’s World Mental Health Day is suicide prevention. The annual awareness day, founded by the World Federation for Mental Health and supported by the Mental Health Foundation, is observed on 10th October each year and is designed to open up conversations about mental health problems and focus on […]

Three in five young people experience mental health problems

A survey by the mental health charity Mind of over 12,000 young people found that three in five have experienced mental health issues or are close to someone that has. The research carried out by Mind surveyed young people aged between 11 and 19 and shows the sheer scale of pressures facing teenagers. 14% said […]

CQC in support of ‘World Patient Safety Day’

The 17th September marked the first ‘World Patient Safety Day’ backed by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Organised by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the day will be observed annually to raise awareness of the avoidable harm linked to medical errors across the world. The global campaign to recognise patient safety, urges people to commit […]


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The trainer for the course did an excellent job in bringing his experience and knowledge alive to make this Fire Marshal course very enjoyable and interesting

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