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Covid-19 and First Aid

Posted on: March 18th, 2020 by Gemma

As you will be aware, the UK Government have issued further advice for the public and workplaces in relation to COVID-19


The government have advised against ‘social gatherings’ for people to work from home ‘where possible’.  Also the advice for those who should self-isolate has been increased


We should note that first aid training is not a ‘social gathering’.  First aid training is essential training that is needed particularly by workplaces where it is not possible for staff to work from home, and particularly when there are severely extended ambulance response times due to the crisis. As such it is NOT a ‘social gathering’.


We have implemented a 10 step plan to ensure hospital-grade infection prevention and control in your classroom.  More information available on request


We will be teaching learners about COVID-19 infection prevention and control and this included in the course free of charge – it is the FIRST lesson on the course!


At A1 Training Solutions, we are also taking precautionary measures to ensure that we can still support your business while keeping our own staff safe and healthy. We can assure you that while this situation develops, we will be maintaining full business continuity and our usual high level of customer service.


If you have any further questions at all, please call us on 01782 901070 or email info@a1trainingsolutions.com.

Mental Health First Aid – Course Bookings Now Open for November

Posted on: October 1st, 2019 by Gemma

We are pleased to announce that the Open Level 2 Mental Health First Aid course bookings are now open. We are offering a £15 discount off the course if you quote MENTALHEALTH at time of booking which reduces the course cost to £75 per person. The course will take place in Hanley, Stoke on Trent on 26th November 2019.

If you would like to book a place please get in touch at Info@a1trainingsolutions.com and www.a1trainingsolutions.com

Diabetes Awareness: The 4 T’s

Posted on: November 14th, 2012 by Gemma


Take action to get children the care they need


500 children every year become seriously ill with diabetic ketoacidosis because the early signs of Type 1 diabetes are missed.


It doesn't have to be this way. By making sure children and young people get a quick diagnosis, prompt treatment and the right care to manage their diabetes, we can help to bring it under control as quickly as possible.


The four T's of diabetes










These are the four most common symptoms of Type 1 diabetes.