First Aid Training plus - Medicine Administration Awareness training with staff from Wilderness Experiences

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Wednesday 20th of March 2013

Medicine Administration Awareness training with staff from Wilderness Experiences

It's the time of year where training is high on the agenda for a lot of organisations working outdoors, including staff from Wilderness Experiences. Wilderness Experiences provides mobile and residential care for children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties in England and Scotland.

Over the last two days First Aid Training plus worked with members of both teams to update and refresh their knowledge and awareness of medicine administration. As with all our training sessions the content and delivery was tailored to make it relevant to the day to day activities of the team members and to meet the specific needs of the organisation. 

Here some feedback from the participants:

‘The whole course was enjoyable, good depth and involvement of participants; was happy with course and trainers; kept me focussed throughout’

‘I found it very useful to be educated on the different types of medication and legislation’

‘There was a lot of depth which was really useful. It was also very relaxed and informal which I enjoyed; thank you both for a really enjoyable day of training’

‘I learned things I did not previously know; there was good open discussion and group interaction; tutor had good background knowledge; everything was well explained and understandable, to the point and with good stories’

‘I really liked the informal and relaxed nature of the course; instructors were very efficient and explained the course very well; very good interaction’

‘I enjoyed the informal nature of the course and being able to ask questions; the course was very comprehensive and accessible, applicable to our procedures; suggestions for improvements at our centres were great’

‘We met all objectives of the training; delivery methods very good, facilitators encouraged discussion on relevant topics; good discussion around potential risks'

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