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Covid-19 Updates

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During these unprecendented times our services and many businesses and organisations across the country have been affected due to Coronavirus. Our training courses are delivered according to the latest Government and Public Health advice and guidance. We are adhering to social distancing, extra hygiene and infection control measures & incorporate revised training techniques accordingly. Here’s…

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Automated External Defibrillator Course in High Wycombe

Defibrillators

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Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the UK. Around 30,000 people each year suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Every minute without CPR and Defibrillation, a person’s chance of survival decreases by approximately 10%. An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a device which shocks the heart back into its normal rhythm during cardiac…

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First Aid Courses for a local business in Marlow

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We had an interesting few weekends teaching In house Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work courses to staff at a local business in Marlow. The delegates were very entertaining, making the course a fun and enjoyable experience. Everyone enjoyed themselves and gave really good feedback. More importantly, the learners left the  courses feeling confident…

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First Aid for Fainting

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Fainting is usually caused by a reduction in oxygenated blood flowing to the brain and can be described as a brief loss of consciousness. People often faint due to lack of food, exhaustion, dehydration, standing still for a long period of time, pain or emotional stress. Possible Signs and Symptoms: A brief loss of consciousness,…

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How To Treat Common Sports Type Injuries

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We thought it is important to share some knowledge on how to treat the most common type of sport injuries. It is essential to know how to treat minor first aid injuries to prevent them from getting worse. It is also crucial that you have a fully equipped First Aid Kit and a  First Aider…

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First Aid for Eye Injuries

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Eye injuries are always a concern for a first aider because the risk to a casualty’s vision is serious. So, as a first aider, your aim is to prevent the situation from worsening and making sure the casualty is safe and comfortable. Possible Signs and Symptoms: Pain or discomfort in the eye Redness and/or watering…

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First Aid for Minor Seizures/Absence Seizures

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A minor seizure or you may hear this type of seizure called an absence seizure, are more difficult to recognise than most fits. Someone having an absence seizure may not be aware of their surroundings and will have an altered state of consciousness or behaviour. The casualty may have unusual movements such as staring blankly,…

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First Aid for Epilepsy and Seizures

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A seizure (also known as a fit or convulsion) occurs when there is an electrical disturbance in the brain. There are many different types of seizures and can be brought on by many things, an injury to the head, stress to the brain can cause fitting, lack of oxygen to the brain or a raised…

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Mini Eggs Choking Danger

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As Easter approaches we deemed it worthy to share a post of the choking danger posed by mini eggs. In case you hadn’t noticed mini eggs have a warning on the back of their packaging which states that they are not suitable for any children under the age of 4. Mini eggs as well as…

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Febrile Convulsions

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What are Febrile Convulsions?   A febrile convulsion is a fit or seizure which occurs most frequently in babies or young children who are unwell and have a high body temperature. A febrile convulsion occurs most commonly in children under the age of five. Young children can suffer from common infections such as ear infections,…

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