ELOSCN Staff Latest Training Opportunities Winter 18/19

At ELOSCN we take great pride in having our staff trained in all aspects so that it can be more beneficial to the children in our care. As we know accidents/injuries can and will happen therefore we are very pleased to announce these training courses we have available for winter 2018/2019.

Upcoming Courses

The following courses will be taken by our first aid trainer Caroline Mckenzie. Caroline has been with us for many years now and has over 20+years experience in working as a paramedic and teaching first aid.

Diabetes and EpiPen Course

On Tuesday the 4th of December we will be holding The Diabetes and EpiPen course at the Fisherrow Community Centre. This course will have a detailed look into diabetes, how to administer life-saving emergency first aid and how to deal with diabetic emergencies

Why you should take this course

  • A better understanding of all types of diabetes
  • Trained how to use an EpiPen
  • Confidence to deal with a diabetic emergency
  • Spot situations before they develop
  • Learn the latest life-saving techniques.

Outdoor First Aid Course

On the 29th of January 2019 we will have the Outdoor First Aid Course at Fisherrow Community Centre, as many of our activities take place outdoors we want our staff to be competent to deal with any situation if any of the children have an accident outdoors. This course will have our staff trained on how to deal with any outdoor accidents/injuries and how to administer life-saving emergency first aid

Why you should take this course

  • Planning for and dealing with a situation in an outdoor environment
  • A better understanding of how to prevent accidents/injuries
  • Confidence to deal with an outside emergency
  • Learn the latest life-saving techniques
  • Keep children safe outdoors

How To Book

If any of the ELOSCN staff are interested in taking part in these courses please notify your manager, call the Head Office on 0131 653 0820 or email reception@eloscn.com

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