First Aid at Marches Training
Marches Training is now in its fourth year of delivering First Aid courses to the community, schools and businesses. They offer affordable courses for those needing to achieve the First Aid at Work qualification. Individuals can study the three day initial qualification which lasts for three years which can then be followed up with a two day refresher course to continue the qualification.
Danny Ward who carries out the training has extensive experience in delivering First Aid and Health and Safety and uses his knowledge to make his First Aid courses lively, realistic and memorable.
David Harvey who recently attended the First Aid course at Marches Training, commented, “Danny was clear and concise in delivering the information. He was approachable and had excellent subject knowledge. I really enjoyed the course and would recommend to anyone. Everyone had stories that they wanted to tell and Danny gave us all the chance to speak and used peoples’ experiences in his training.”
Businesses who wish to offer the course in-house can do so and Marches Training are currently providing courses for Lake Vrynwy Hotel, Tudor Griffiths, Derwen College, Sure Start and Ball Sports to name a few.
Amy Rowley, a Year 11 student at The Marches School, recently highlighted the importance of having, at the very least, a basic knowledge of first aid. After gaining some training whilst on work experience at the Orthopaedic Hospital in Gobowen, Amy was able to put into practice what she had learnt when she saved her grandmother from choking.
Posted by marchesadmin on 18th November 2015, under Uncategorized
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