Agnes Patricia Wood

Founder and CEO APW Education and Training

  • Live in West Yorkshire
  • Teaching for 5 years
  • Qualified First Aid Instructor
  • Tutor/Assessor in the Beauty Industry
  • 10 years Nursing Experience
  • In teaching I have found a career which allows me to pursue my true passion of developing people
  • I love to go on days out with the Grandchildren on adventures
  • I enjoy travel to far places my favourite holiday destination is Jamaica


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    Group bookings

    If you have a group of people to train, this course is available at your preferred location for up to 12 delegates. (Minimum 6 delegates) Additionally, when you train at your own venue, you’ll also benefit from:

    • Great value for money! Usually, if you have more than 4 people to train an ‘in-house’ course works out better value.
    • No additional traveling or travel costs for your team.
    • Times and dates can be tailored to suit you.

    Individual Bookings taken for all courses at scheduled dates and times.

      Understanding Your School’s First Aid Responsibilities

    • Should have a policy and risk assessment for first aid in school.
    • Maintain health and safety law regarding first aid for teaching and support staff.
    • Make provision for when staff and children are off-site.
    • Provide adequate first aid kits and equipment.
    • Decide for out of hours agreements, such as lettings and parent’s evening.
    • To put the school / governing body’s / academy’s policy into practice.
    • Develop detailed procedures.
    • Make sure that staff and parents are aware of the school’s health & safety policy, including arrangements for first aid.
    • Do not automatically include giving first aid, although staff may volunteer to undertake these tasks.
    • Should always use their best endeavours, particularly in emergencies, to secure the welfare of pupils.
    • In general, ‘the consequences of taking no action are likely to be more serious than those of trying to assist in an emergency.’

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