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Delegates on a first aid course

In March 2015, the Department for Education announced new government proposals to make paediatric first aid training a legal requirement for newly qualified nursery and pre-school staff.Under the new proposals, newly qualified sta... more

Delegates on a first aid course

16 – 22 May 2016 is Learning at Work Week, an annual event that highlights the importance of learning and development in the workplace.16 – 22 May 2016 is Learning at Work WeekTo celebrate Learning at Work Week, why no... more

People on a first aid course practice giving chest compressions (CPR)

New guidelines were released by the European Resuscitation Council in October 2015; since then we've been making relevant changes to our courses and materials to ensure we adopt the latest scientific research. October 2015The guid... more

People practice using an AED, watched by a trainer

February is National Heart Month, so we're trying to raise awareness and build confidence in using automated external defibrillators (AEDs).automated external defibrillatorsDid you know that every year, 30,000 people have a cardia... more

Anna Bishop, Red Cross Training's national product manager, on stage at the Best Practice in Nursing event

In a first for the British Red Cross, we trained and assessed 382 nurses in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and anaphylaxis at the Best Practice in Nursing event at Birmingham's NEC on 21 and 22 October 2015.Best Practice in N... more

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