Monday, 14 August 2017

AED (defibs) for sale / rent.

Looking for an AED (Defib) I may be able to help I have for sale as new, manufactured 16/02/17 a Cardiac Science G5 Automatic with CPR Device in case and the accessory kit. Like new condition for £650 costs around £1000 new. 
If that's too expensive I can do an older 2008 Cardiac Science G3 in case with Adult pads to 24/12/17 and a battery that's still good for only £425 - bargain.
Failing that If you require a business / workplace defib on rental these can be supplied on a contract for £1 a day. A new defib in case with all pads and battery - less that a cost of a coffee. Contact me for details 03339 908087

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

RYA First Aid

RTA have been a centre delivering the RYA First aid course for many years.  We have a  course running in Warrington on Saturday 15th July 2017.  I will provide this at a competitive cost so contact me to discuss your requirements.

The RYA First Aid course is designed to provide a working knowledge of first aid for all those who go afloat, on inland waters or up to 60 miles offshore. The syllabus is based on the recommendations of the HSE and the MCA. The certificate is valid for 3 years and fulfils the requirements for:
The MCA Code of Practice for skippers of small commercial vessels up to category 2, including boatmasters
A first aid certificate for offshore racers subject to ISAF regulations on first aid
training (OSR: 6.05i )
All RYA practical instructors.

RTA Website

Saturday, 4 February 2017

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Level 3 Award in Education & Training 2nd February 2017

RTA will be delivering another trainer course is in Warrington on 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th February 2017 cost is £350, includes course book and all tuition and support.  We've had great sucess delivering these trainer / assessor courses.  We also deliver assessor and IQA units.
Great value qualify as a trainer.

Workplace First Aid amendments 2017

The HSE have revised the Emergency First Aid and First Aid at Work syllabuses following the changes to Resuscitation Council UK guidelines on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in October 2015.  Further the revision will require all workplace first aiders to be trained in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) from the 31 December 2016. This meets the Resuscitation Council UK guidelines which now state that the management of a casualty requiring CPR is to request an AED.  AED's are becoming much more accessible both in workplaces and public access units.
As the Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification covers CPR, and the EFAW forms the first unit of the First Aid at Work (FAW), changes are only required to the EFAW.
The EFAW Learning Outcome 4: ‘Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally’ has two Assessment Criteria, the second criteria, 4.2: ‘Demonstrate CPR using a manikin’ can readily incorporate the AED without change as the AED now forms part of the CPR sequence (Resus Council UK).  This means a new Ofqual regulated qualification in order to cover the changes to resuscitation is not necessary.
AED training only needs to cover the safe use, correct placement of pads and follow the AED voice prompts. This can readily be introduced during the Learner performing CPR on a manikin. However as this needs to be demonstrated, each Learner will require access to an AED training defibrillator as well as manikin to practice on.  Ideally one AED Trainer to 4 learners or course time may need adding.