Ajuda trains 300 in 3 days
Last week a team of Ajuda trainers pulled off something that to others may have seemed impossible. Over the course of 3 days they managed to train 300 local people in Emergency First Aid. Ajuda hired Fairwater Conservative Club for the duration of the training, which proved to be a fantastic venue for such an event. The room was split in two – a classroom type environment with a projector on one side and an array of manikins and such on the other.
Ajuda founder, Dawn Evans, alongside a team of 7 other Ajuda trainers, split the delegates into smaller groups to learn the practical side of First Aid Training. Even though there were 100 people attending the 4 hour sessions each day, every single attendee got a chance to practice on a manikin with supervision from a trainer. The practical training was combined with a presentation, videos and other activities. Each delegate also received an Ajuda first aid manual with all the information they need on what they learnt about first aid.
We are thrilled with the feedback we’ve received since the event and would love to take part in similar sessions in the future. It was an incredibly rewarding 3 days and was made even better by the warm reception and the delegates’ willingness to learn.
If you are interested in booking a large first aid event with us, or would like more information on any of our training courses, please, do not hesitate to call us on 02920 576 883 or email *protected email*