First Aid Training at FtF

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Recently staff from across our homes have joined together at head office with our Internal Trainer Martina for First Aid training.

They had a great day learning in a fun, hands on practical session (with plenty of tea and biscuits)! Martina is great at positively engaging with staff and adapting training to different ways of learning.

We ensure that ALL of our staff are fully trained and able to administer first aid in high pressure and at times, volatile situations. Being able to deliver practical training on a regular basis keeps staff skills and knowledge fresh and builds their confidence.

5 Main Objectives of First Aid Training

1️⃣ Preserving life

2️⃣ Preventing injury from getting worse

3️⃣ Aiding recovery

4️⃣ Relieving pain

5️⃣ Protecting the unconscious

Posted: Wed 08/05/2024
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