First Aid Training plus - Blackpool Star Buddies stars of first aid training session

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Monday 3rd of December 2012

Blackpool Star Buddies stars of first aid training session


starbuddies.jpgStar Buddies are a group of local mums from the Blackpool and Fylde area. As members of the Breastfeeding Network (BfN), Star Buddies provide breastfeeding support to mums and babies living in the Blackpool area. Here at First Aid Training plus we are delighted to work with this dedicated group of women to help refresh their adult, child and baby basic life support skills - what a lovely bunch you all are :)..hopefully you will never need to apply these life saving skills but it's good that you have the confidence to know that you can if ever you need to!

Here some feedback from the training sessions held in Blackpool Victoria Hospital and Rainbow Lodge Childrens Centre:

‘Loved last night thank you so much for getting me involved. I learnt so much, thanks’

‘I and other members of the Star Buddies team attended a CPR training session by Andrea at Blackpool Teaching Hospital. Andrea’s teaching enabled the whole group to engage and participate. Some members of the group had prior knowledge of CPR while others didn't; the training was explicable for all. The session was excellent, and has hopefully given all members of the group confidence to be able to help if a situation arises where CPR is needed.’

‘Very well presented, full of energy and enthusiasm; interactive – involved all participants and made things very clear; using visual, verbal and physical teaching methods was great!’

‘Very clear presentation of information – thoroughly enjoyed it’

‘Great course, I actually feel I can remember key points – thanks so much’

‘Thought Andrea made it fun and informative; she was very open to questions so didn’t feel foolish if didn’t know and wanted to ask; liked the practical side, learn better by doing’

‘The training was very clear and not confusing in comparison to others. I now feel very confident in my understanding of basic life support’




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