Emergency First Aid Training Courses:

Our Emergency First Aid at Work is an in-house comprehensive training programme suitable for staff in any sector, providing essential knowledge to ensure a safe working environment.

Medication Awareness for Care Assistants

The Medication awareness course is designed for staff working within a care environment. This course is in line with the National Minimum Standards Requirements and recent CQC guideline

Health and Safety Training

Health and safety training for both NHS and private sector workers focuses on teaching how to assess potential danger and remove or minimise any risks, while also advising on correct procedures for reporting accidents and responding to emergency situations, such as fires.

This course is aimed at organisations that need to train their staff to better understand equality and diversity. However, the information is also useful for anybody wishing to acquire a better awareness of how equality and diversity affect our lives in general.

  • Breaking the chain of infection
  • Effective hand washing
  • Using personal protective equipment
  • Reducing the risk of infection
  • Workers and management responsibilities
  • Policies and procedures
  • Precautions
  • Legislation & regulations
  • Risk assessments

This course will give delegates an essential understanding of whistleblowing and the skills needed to act confidently when handling concerns.
  • Introduction and explanation.
  • Understand the concept of whistleblowing.
  • Key policy messages.
  • Overview of the Public Interest Disclosure Act.
  • How to handle concerns.
  • Reviewing responsibilities with organisation arrangements.
  • Implementing responsibilities effectively.


In 2015, there were over 850,000 people living with Dementia in the UK and this figure is rising each year.
By taking our Dementia Awareness Training Course, you will refresh your existing knowledge of Dementia and ensure you have relevant, up to date information to provide essential support and care to dementia sufferers and their families

Infection control and prevention is essential for businesses where work activities could put employees at risk of passing on or contracting an infection. This includes working in a healthcare environment, in close contact with people or animals, and cleaning human and animal waste.

Our courses help providers and their staff to develop an understanding of the responsibilities and duties around the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA). This essential training is for workers involved in the care, treatment and support of adults who may lack capacity in making life decisions.