First Aid At Work Annual Refresher Articles

Thank you for your interest in First Aid At Work Annual Refresher. We hope you enjoy these articles that discuss some important issues in our industry.

Celox now available from ProTrainings Europe

We now offer the full range of Celox Heamostatic dressings and training dressings and we have made up some instructor kits with special prices for orders before or at our conferences in Birmingham and Colchester. We have added the range of Celox to our new website

CPD - 85 Ways to Complete Your CPD

CPD can be completed with 85 different video online courses with ProTrainings. In the 85 courses, there are courses in first aid, health & safety, data protection, social care skills, office skills to name a few.

Resuscitation Council 2015 Changes Summary

Resuscitation Council 2015 recommendations we released last Thursday and we have studied the latest Resuscitation changes and are changing over to the new recommendations on our courses very soon. The recommendations on CPR change every five years. On the 15th October 2015, the European Resuscitation Council, ILCOR and UK Resuscitation Council announced the 2015 guidelines. Our training courses will shortly follow the ERC and UK 2015 recommendations to ensure the latest guidelines are including in our online and classroom courses.

ProTrainings are finalists in two business awards

ProTrainings are finalists in two business awards

Create a free training portfolio with your ProTrainings course login

We have added a feature that creates and keeps a training portfolio direct from your ProTrainings student login page. It is important to keep a training portfolio to track and prove your training and CPD. With this new feature, you can add any existing training that you have and experience and the courses you take though ProTrainings either as online blended or direct with a ProTrainings approved instructor nationally are automatically added to your portfolio.

What is fainting and what do I do when someone faints?

Fainting is a common cause of a patient losing consciousness. It is caused by a lack of blood to the brain. This can be caused by anxiety, hunger, pregnancy, stress, worry, tiredness, standing for long periods, too hot or after receiving local anaesthetic containing adrenaline.