The importance of understanding and respecting pronouns in the workplace.   It is essential that we create an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and respected, regardless of their gender identity. Pronouns are the words we use to refer to individuals in conversation. Gender pronouns, such as ‘he/him/his’ or ‘she/her/hers,’ are commonly used to identify someone’s gender. However,

Have you Provided or witness CPR?   If youโ€™ve performed CPR on someone or witnessed someone receiving CPR, you may find yourself struggling to process what has happened. But you donโ€™t have to go through this alone. the Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Team are here to help you.  The Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Advice Line team, made up

Ten Second Triage – TST     Hopefully you will never be in this situation, dealing with a Multi Casualty – The NHS has introduced  Ten Second Triage (TST)  , this allows non-medical folk to filter who needs the treatment – Quickly and without medical checks.  

Blended Training – E-learning / Online First Aid Training with classroom practical and Exam At SPR, we firmly believe in providing individuals with a range of options. After extensive research and testing, we are thrilled to introduce our latest offering: Blended Training for our QNUK First Aid Courses.  So, what exactly is Blended Training?  It entails completing an online pre-course

First Aid is an essential skill that must be kept up to date every year. However, many people struggle to renew their certification before it expires, leaving them at a disadvantage. I have always been dedicated to offering my students FREE 1-hour refresher sessions, complete with a certificate of attendance. I strongly believe in the importance of Continuing Professional Development

First aid at work in the UK is an absolute must for employers, as it is legally required to provide proper first aid provisions for their employees. In the UK, the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 lay out the specific requirements for first aid at work. Let’s go over some key points that you should always bear in