About S.E. Medical
If we are honest, First Aid and Health & Safety training has changed little in decades.
However, with the recent changes in legislation, we are able to bring a more flexible and imaginative approach to training – one that can bring tangible business benefits, as well as make the courses engaging and relevant to your staff.
We know it sounds corny, but we really are ‘passionate’ about this stuff. All our staff are involved in voluntary work in the sector.
Giving to our local communities is part of who we are as individuals, and as a business. It also keeps us at the cutting edge of safe and effective practice in these fields, and allows us to pass on our experiences and expertise to our students, your team members.
We have big plans as a company, but the biggest plan is to give you reasons to come back, year on year. We are investing in new approaches to make your job easier, and your workplace safer.
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Course Overview This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. Who is it for? If a First Aider is not legally required, an employer must still appoint a person to take charge of first aid provision, and this course provides that person with the necessary knowledge to do so.
Course Overview This course was developed in conjunction with the NCMA and Pre-School Learning Alliance to meet the requirements of the National Standards. All child minders in England and Wales must now pass a first aid course when they register.
Who is it for? The course is suitable for those staff who must obtain a First Aid At Work certificate and become designated First Aiders in their workplace. Topics Covered Assessing the casualty CPR (Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation) Unconsciousness Wounds and Bleeding Injuries to bones, muscles and joints Burns and scalds Eye injuries Shock Poisoning Casualties overcome by gas or fumes Recognition and treatment of illness Transportation of casualties Client specific subjects including diabetes, epilepsy etc.