Hello to everyone looking at our website.
It is with a sad heart that I have to tell you that I will be having to take about 6 months out of my training of first aid.
This is due to the fact that I have been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer with some secondaries in my abdomen lymph nodes.
This is both treatable and controllable but will mean I have to take about 6 months out.
Please do NOT be sad! This is something that just needs to be treated, so hormone and then Chemotherapy treatment and then in 6-7 months time I will be back.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me in the past and I look forward to re-connecting and seeing you all in the future.
Please note we are NOT closing down our business so if you require ANY first aid training please continue to contact us as we will be able to sort out a course for you.
Looking forward to continuing our connections.
Geolin First Aid Training Services are happy and delighted to announce that in addition to our high quality first aid courses, Maureen Scott-Bell (Energize Training) has decided to work alongside us and as such we are now able to offer HEALTH AND SAFETY training courses!Maureen will be teaching the Health and Safety courses (see the course details), Maureen has over 20 years, experience in the delivery of training. Her five niche topics are: Effective Leadership, Health and Safety, As...
EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK RQF
This qualification launched on 1st October 2017 and
replaced the Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF).
Emergency First Aid at Work course next week 20th September start 9:00am.
Get qualified and save a life! We also include how to recognise Sepsis, and what to do in case of an acid attack. These are not normally part of the Emergency First Aid at Work but have decided that it is now more important to know.
So! Come along and have a fun day and become a qualified first aider.
Contact us on 0791 935 2261 and book yourself a place.
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