We had the opportunity recently to broaden our horizons, and have set up a new division within the group. Having converted part of the stable complex, which makes up part of our base, we now have a purpose built ‘training facility’. And are offering and running, First aid courses, which are a regulated requirement by the ‘Health and Safety Executive’ within all industry today. We see this as a very positive step, and are happy to try and give you all you need to fulfil these requirements. making you or your staff, the difference between a ‘life saved and a life lost’.
Our instructors bring their own twist and styles of teaching to first aid helping them to deliver engaging sessions, insuring your employees will have the understanding and confidence to administer high quality first aid.
Whether its office based, outdoors or public areas we can provide a course to suit your needs, working with you to find a date and time that suits you best. If it’s one person, a group or an organisation, we are able to provide the training that meets your specific requirements.
QCPR – Bluetooth manikins
When it comes to CPR get told that the correct compression depth should be between 5-6cm, but research has found that achieving this desired depth can be difficult. As well as if the compression rate stays consistently between 100-120rpm, and if there is a considerable amount of time wasted between compressions and breathes.
With Laerdals new manikin QCPR, it has been made possible and easy to track and record all the required elements of performing CPR. From the depth of the compressions to the appropriate ventilation volume of rescue breathes.
The QCPR does this using Bluetooth by broadcasting the readings so both the instructor and trainee can monitor and evaluate the training while it’s being performed. By using a feedback device healthcare providers can continuously measure and improve people’s CPR skills, with the detailed real time feedback and summative performance results trainers can assure that CPR is being performed in accordance with the guidelines and to the best it can be.