I just wanted to say thank you so much to Mark Fair, Chris and Lynne for their superb delivery of the Advanced First Aid course at Glenmore Lodge on 29th & 30th April. The course was superb – I felt supported and pushed to achieve the best possible outcomes all the way through. Their knowledge and skills are second to none.
Chris and Fred were by far the clearest communicators about why actions are undertaken on any first aid course I have ever undertaken (having previously held First Aid at Work twice and various half-day or two day certificates).
Great – I have done this course 3 times and Gerry was the best trainer yet!
Very good instructor (Iain Murray) who made the course progressive. His delivery was outstanding and catered to everyone’s learning styles, I’ve been on a few FA courses and this was by far the best so far.
I just attended the first aid course at the Ski Club of GB over the weekend. Please pass on my thanks for Chris and Bill. I have done many first aid courses over the years, and this one was easily the most interesting, practical and fun. All down to the excellent trainers.
Keith Hill ran a very good course. Very interesting informative scenario practise. Many positive comments from other candidates to me about the practical nature of the course.
Mark Fair made the course fun. He also made it very clear which helped me to remember the stuff I need to know and not worry about the stuff I don’t. Really good with allowing us time for questions and giving clear answers. The emphasis on practising scenarios was a great way to learn and remember.
Excellent course. Bill Smith was knowledgeable and most of took a common sense approach to first aid. I hope to get him as my instructor in three years time.
Great content and delivery, kept it relevant and interesting.
Done a few first aid courses, but this was by far the best, kept interesting with real life scenarios, situations and examples from Chris DiRollo. Would recommend this for anyone needing the qualification, good to have as life skills for any situation.
(Chris DiRollo) Very knowledgeable, experienced, interesting and enthusiastic trainer. A pleasure to be on the course and I learned a huge amount. His depth and breadth of experience makes a huge difference to a course such as this, as he can furnish it with real examples (including from his experience in ambulances as well as in the mountain rescue service) and give much more background information to the ‘syllabus’ subject matter.