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Abbeymead Safety Training is pleased to announce it is a Qualsafe Awards Approved Centre. We are now registered to deliver approved First Aid courses accredited by Qualsafe Awards.
Training provider legislation has altered. Any organisation needing first aid training should ascertain that the provider has the necessary quality. Until April 1st 2013 this is provided by the HSE but after that there are a variety of methods. Abbeymead Safety Training has internal monitoring, external verification and ongoing feedback systems in place to ensure that the customers get the best possible training at sensible prices. We welcome enquiries from potential customers needing this information.
02/01/2015 Liz made the course easy to understand,informative and she gave me the confidence that I could do it.
Abbeymead Personnel helped with training of first aid and defibrillation at the National Conference of Surf Life Saving G.B. in Torquay.
Liz and Barrie were part of the team who trained about 60 beach lifeguards to First Responder status at the National Conference at Newquay . This included defibrillation, clinical oxygen use and spinal extractions.
Hayley, Liz and Barrie from Abbeymead helped Surf Life Saving GB to make a DVD of defibrillation and CPR on Saunton Beach. This is now a part of the training package used to train people to Responder standards all over the country. The filming was directed and produced by Dr Paddy Morgan and Bill Ezekiel.
23/09/2014 Liz was brilliant at delivering this course. The best I've been on for keeping my attention and facilitating me being able to remember the information. Her knowledge and sense of humour were excellent.
Abbeymead were the first training organisation in the Westcountry to deliver First Aid Training to the European Resuscitation Council Guidelines which were published today. The main changes are that compressions during CPR should be deeper (5 to 6 cm) and faster (between 100 and 120 compressions per minute). This confirms Abbeymead's desire to be a leader in first aid training. The Vinnie Jones method in 2012 is designed for untrained people. If you have been trained then you could do even better!
We attended the launch of Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC) at the Assembly Rooms in Bath. This is destined to be the major organisation dealing with examinations and quality control for compliance training in Great Britain. The meeting was introduced by Richard Sprengler, the author of many highly respected books on food safety. Abbeymead signed up as a training provider and became the first organisation in Devon and Cornwall to successfully deliver food safety courses through HABC.