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The DRSABCD is an Acronym that is also referred to as the Primary Survey. It is one of the first things that should be done when encountering a casualty with injuries or an illness. This blog breaks down the Acronym step-by-step. Danger The first...

Filling Out an Accident Report Form

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It is essential that any information about an accident within the workplace is recorded. Sometimes this can seem tedious but accident reporting can help identify trends, control health and safety risks and could prove useful if any investigations...

How Can You Meet Individual Learners Needs

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Learners have varying levels of ability and some will have their own specific requirements within a classroom. It is important that the teacher understands this whilst planning a class, delivering and during the assessment process. Differentiation...

Fireworks First Aid

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It’s an exciting time of year when most of us are preparing for bonfire night, getting the fireworks and sparklers ready. It can however lead to accidents and injury, the most common being burns. A minor burn can occur very easily and is often...

Should CPR be taught in schools?

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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a method of combining chest compressions with effective rescue breaths. This artificially circulates blood and puts air into the lungs, and is commonly used when someone has had a cardiac arrest. Every year...

Roles Of A Teacher

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Teaching is a dynamic profession which constantly evolves and changes from group to group and individual to individual. In light of this a successful teacher will have to consider what roles they have both within and outside of the classroom. ...

Learner Profile - L3 Award in Education and Training

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Pam Kumar recently completed the Level 3 Award in Education and Training course with Train Aid at our training centre in Birmingham. Pam was already teaching before she attended the course at Selly Oak Trust School for special needs students, but...

The Teaching Cycle

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Stage 1Identifying the learning needs It is always a good start to work out the requirements of individual learners before a course begins. This is essential as it could put pressure on both student and teacher at the start of the class / course....

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