First Aid New Year Resolutions 2022
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January is traditionally a time when a lot of people think about their plans for the year and/or their new year’s resolutions, which more often than not are things people want to give up. Why not set out to acquire something new instead – like the crucial skills of learning how to save a life?
Looking out for others is a selfless act. Saving lives might be something you think others do – as part of their day-to-day job role as a frontline emergency services worker, for example. But, learning life-saving skills is something we can all do. It’s an easily achievable goal and equips you with transferable skills, whatever your job or life circumstances.
Getting accredited training in what to do in an emergency situation to save a life and minimise recovery time of any injury is an easy win when it comes to 2022 goals.
Here at First Aid for All we offer a wide range of courses to suit both absolute beginners to first aid and those looking for a refresher course in any aspect of first aid. We run specialist and generalist first aid courses for all kinds of settings. Some of our training runs over 1 day, some over 3 days, both onsite at your premises and offsite at ours, as well as online training for some of our courses. Our specialist courses include outdoor and forest school for those working in this growing sector, and paediatric first aid course for anyone working with children and young people. We also do our Emergency First Aid At Work (EFAW), which we can tailor to any work setting/environment/sector. We run mental health first aid and awareness training and specialist fire safety training for fire marshals and fire wardens. Food hygiene, manual handling, ligature awareness and OCD awareness are just some of the other first aid training courses we run.
Whether it’s to learn about CPR, wound dressing, dealing with shock, cuts, grazes, bruises, chest injuries, spinal injuries, poisoning, burns and much more you can get 2022 off to a winning start by booking your first aid course online today.
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