Mark joined St John Ambulance when he was just ten and has been hooked on First Aid Training ever since.
After graduating he completed his training at Thames Valley Nuffield Hospital and started his career providing emergency ambulance cover and tutoring services for a private healthcare company. Within 12 months he was promoted to their senior training consultant and operations manager.
He then decided to branch out on his own and over the years has amassed an impressive collection of qualifications.
Mark's enthusiasm for his field remains infectious and he brings his skills and expertise to our clients at Corporate Health.
- Institute for Learning registered trainer
- Royal college of nursing approved anaphylaxis First Aid trainer
- Chartered institute of environmental health registered trainer
- Elected Fellow of The Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH)
- Elected Fellow of Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA)
- Full Member of The Faculty of Pre Hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
"A clear, coherant and effective communicator. The course was delivered in a memorable and humourous manner"
"A clear, concise and well structured course that goes into great depth to educate you through practical exercises. Plenty of usefull information!"
Please Note - Cancellation charges and other charges: *
Six weeks’ notice or more before the course: No charges.
Six to four weeks’ notice before the course: 50% of the course fee will be charged.
Less than four weeks’ notice, part or non-attendance on the course: cost of course non-refundable.
From the 1st October the guidance and regulation regarding First Aid training providers has been changed. When your First Aid needs assessment indicates that trained first-aiders are required, the training should meet the new required standards.
Businesses now have more flexibility in how they manage their provision of First Aid in the workplace following a change in health and safety regulations.
As HSE no longer approves first-aid training and qualifications, a new guidance has been produced to help employers select first-aid training providers.
However, HSE will continue to set the standards for training. While the changes give employers flexibility, the one day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) and three day First Aid at Work (FAW) courses remain the building blocks for first aid training.