First Aid Trainer Conference
March 8th 2019
Venue – RATHO, Edinburgh International Climbing Arena
First Aid Conference and exhibition for practitioners, trainers and providers of first aid training. A valuable networking and CPD event for those in Scotland and Northern England.
Gain your annual CPD in one day at this event combining lectures, keynote speakers and workshops.
A great opportunity to meet other providers and find out what is new in the sector.
The exhibition area will be a mixture of commercial sales stands and health related voluntary sector organisations.
We will have experts in the field available to give advice on topics such as Quality Assurance, Lyme Disease, Acid Attacks, Mental Health First Aid and first aid course certification.
Book a one to one to slot with an industry expert to help improve / develop your business with marketing ideas and / or product development
PLUS a FREE Digital First Aid at Work Manual to every delegate who books a place at the conference.
First Aid Trainer/Provider Conferences are usually in England very rarely do they come to Scotland.
Cardiac Science have agreed to be the main conference sponsors and will be coming along with demonstration AEDs to show the delegates.
Find out more: http://www.cardiacscience.co.uk/
Aims and purpose of the First Aid Providers Conference –
The first conference in 2017 was a great success and we have decided to try and run these events bi-annually. The vent is design to be not for profit. Prices are held as low a possible and cover food, venue hire and our staff time to plan, organise and deliver the event. Plus bringing together a great variety of speakers and exhibitors.
We always welcome feedback and ideas for the conference, who to invite as speakers and exhibitors too. If you have any ideas then please let us know.
First Aid Training Co-operative works differently to other first aid training businesses. Our trainers are Associate Members who often run their own first aid business. We have a variety of business models to suit different scales of operation that always arrange of companies to join as providers. Read on to find out more…