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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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Skills for Care provides 12 days of tips this Christmas

Skills for Care are counting down until Christmas with 12 days of free tips, resources and stories to support providers in health and social care over the festive period. Their 2018 Christmas ‘advent calendar’ went live on Monday 10th December, with a new tip or handy resource published each day to help support care services […]

NSPCC appeal aims to tackle child neglect this Christmas

The NSPCC has launched a new appeal to raise awareness of, and help tackle, child neglect this Christmas. The Light for Every Childhood Christmas Appeal has been launched after the charity’s helpline handled almost 600 calls about the subject last Christmas. The NSPCC says that, in total during 2017-18, their helpline responded to nearly 20,000 […]

HSE busts Christmas health and safety myths

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has busted some common health and safety myths that tend to circulate around the festive period. Keen to dispel the many myths and misconceptions around health and safety law, guidance and standards, the HSE has identified a series of festive myths through media stories and reports from the public […]

Children’s development compromised by health and safety fears

Fears over children hurting themselves during activities such as playing outside are stifling their educational development, warns a recent report by Ofsted. “There’s a great deal of concern about children hurting themselves, concern about children having the lumps and bumps that we know are part of childhood,” said Ms Spielman from Ofsted. “It is very important […]

‘Outdated’ Mental Health Act should be overhauled

An independent review ordered by the government reveals that patient’s rights are not properly protected under the 1983 Mental Health Act. The review heard from patients with severe mental health issues who explained how sectioning and detentions are being misused. The 18-month review recommended a number of changes, including: New rights for patients to legally […]

No support for more than 2000 special needs children

The number of children with special needs in England missing out on support reached 2,060 in 2018, with Ofsted describing the figure as a “national scandal.” These children all have education, health and care plans (EHCs) that set out their needs, but parents say that some children are only assessed once they have been excluded; […]

Mental Health Trust rated ‘inadequate’ for the third time

Described as understaffed and unsafe, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) is England’s worst performing mental health trust. For the third time, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has given the trust an ‘inadequate’ rating, revealing that multiple patients have tried to take their lives while waiting for care. “We saw many situations where people […]

Employers: ‘give mental health same status as physical health’

WH Smith and Royal Mail are among some of Britain’s biggest employers asking the Prime Minister to place more focus on mental health at work. Previously, Theresa May has pledged to update health and safety legislation to give mental health the same status as physical health, however, since the manifesto was released at the last […]

Warning of “fragmented” support for childhood trauma victims

MP’s have urged for more help for local councils to enable them to provide early intervention to reduce the impact of adverse childhood experiences. Early intervention and help in the formative years has been linked to fewer mental health problems later in life, a recent report by The Science and Technology Committee advises. The report states: […]

Mental health and lung disease named top priorities for construction safety

The importance of mental health support and the cost of ill-health were central to the discussion at IOSH’s first annual construction conference at the beginning of November. Described as a “silent epidemic” by Kevin Fear, poor mental health has become the most reported workplace health issue in the construction sector. Kevin, Health and Safety Strategy Lead […]


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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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