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Essential items in a travel first aid kit

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Whilst being outside and exploring is a fun way for children to spend their time, sometimes these activities can lead to accidents. Common injuries that can occur include cuts and grazes, bumps to the head, sprains and foreign objects in the eye....

What is a Febrile Seizure?

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As a carer of a child, seizures can be one of the most frightening things to deal with. Often they are unexpected and the child shows no other signs of obvious illness. Febrile seizures are common in children between six months and three years old...

Spotlight On New Concussion Rules

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Head injuries have been highlighted in the news recently with football’s governing bodies FIFA and UEFA toughening up on rules and restrictions when a player has suffered a concussion. The news comes after several players have been allowed to...

First Aid for Acid Attacks

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Sadly, acid attacks are on the rise across the globe. They have the potential to cause life changing injuries and can prove fatal. Early treatment and recognition will help reduce scarring and deformity and may accelerate the rehabilitation...

Health & Safety for Your Company

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There can't be anything more important than the overall safety of staff members, customers and anyone who visits the work environment. The portfolio of Health & Safety Courses is aimed at anyone who wishes to make the workplace a safer place....

Paying for a course in instalments

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It is possible to create a payment plan for any course that is part of the Education and Training program. This means that the total cost of the course can be spread over multiple payments, which can help ease the burden on finances. It is also...

Would you feel confident performing CPR?

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You may hear the words ‘Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation’ or ‘CPR’ and immediately think, “Scary!” We've all seen it on medical soap operas and maybe read articles about people giving CPR, but often that's as far as our knowledge goes. 80% of heart...

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