Bespoke training packages
First aid qualifications and workshops
We provide first aid qualifications and workshops for adults and children. We are a registered Super Medics provider and use their specially designed teaching materials aimed at children and young people.
We have undergone extensive training in order to provide effective assistance via coaching, mentoring and health-care related supervision.
Our multi-disciplinary team of highly trained allied health professionals are able to provide expert management of your needs and design bespoke therapy programmes to achieve your goals.
We use Harp Healthcare Training for our First Aid training across the six schools in the Trust. They are professional, reliable and, importantly, very flexible, which means they are able to provide bespoke courses to suit our various needs, be it a full two day training course or a small 2 hour course for midday staff.
We are very pleased with their service
Diane Rowsome, Governance & Compliance Manager, Leo Academy Trust
My girls thoroughly enjoyed the ‘Basic First Aid for Children’ course. I have noticed the amount of awareness in their talking after this course, it was phenomenal! It was truly eye opening for them
Happy to recommend this course to others. The training was presented at a good pace, enabling all participants to absorb the information and ask questions. The practical tasks were not rushed and were a lot of fun. Sean, the trainer had a wealth of knowledge and explained things well. It was an enjoyable experience.
Catherine Cotterill, Manager of The Salvation Army Sutton
My husband and I recently completed a bespoke basic first aid workshop with Harp Healthcare Training & Support. Our main reason was to give my husband the tools he needs to be confident in administering first aid to one of our sons. Working in a school, I am first aid trained but it is always a good idea to refresh your knowledge. The course was great! It covered the core basic skills you would need to keep a person safe, well or alive. Sean’s professional background meant that we were being taught first hand by someone who puts these skills into practice regularly. He was personable, knowledgeable and answered everyone’s questions. The course itself was taught at a good pace and was very practical. We both enjoyed the course, my husband especially. He now feels confident enough to spring into action and help should our sons come into any trouble.
“Very good, one of my favourite sessions. I liked how interactive it was, incorporating different teaching styles”
Review of ‘Management of Swallow and Communication’ lecture at the University of Roehampton.
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Upcoming training on First Aid Workshops for Children, Basic Life Support workshop (paediatrics & adults) and Paediatric First Aid workshop.
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