On Saturday 25th May Sarah climbed Snowdon. They have raised over £600 for little Lottie. This was by means easy and there was a point that they nearly turned back. The weather was terrible at times but they pushed on and arrived back safety but very tired and achy. Watch out for their next adventure.
Oakland Training are running first aid courses. These will be monthly The first date we have is Thursday 25th April 9.30am-4.30pm. Whether you want to learn how to act in an emergency or are requited to do a course for work, this course is suitable for both. The courses covers The principles of first
We now have a large training/meeting room to hire. The room is fully equipped and functions as a training room. We can provide refreshments which can be tailored to meet your needs along with Capacity to facilitate 20 delegates Large screen for presentations Flip Chart paper and stationary provided Air Conditioned Town Centre Lunch and
Last week Sarah and Shellie attended a Level 3 First Aid course. The course provides people with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations; Roles and responsibilities of a first aider Assessing an incident Managing an unresponsive casualty CPR Recovery Position Choking Seizures Shock Wounds and bleeding
Our beautiful Lottie has many health needs however this does not stop her from living life ! Her parents Rich and Jamie work hard and have had to sacrifice a lot to make sure Lottie has everything us parents take for granted As Lottie cannot walk she needs a special aids , as we know
It’s always nice to have such great feedback, this shows the extra mile our Consultants go to ensure your Candidate journey is the best ! To whom it may concern I have worked for Ashleigh for about a year on and off. Ashleigh is by far the best agency colleague I’ve ever had the privilege
Yesterday Sarah and Shellie completed the 5k Pretty Muddy for Cancer research. They raised over £300. Well done on completing the event in under 40 mins. Sarah has now signed up to complete the Alzheimer’s memory walk and the Elf run for the Caudwell Charity in December. If anyone would like to donate to the