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Siren Training have partnered up with The Wellness Movement as such you are entitled to 50% off your first mental health talk for your organisation when you book any other activity. Click here to access a recent talk on Positivity and Self-Belief they carried out at ITV Television Studios for their workforce. The Wellness Movement are an organisation set […]

Baby Temperature – Do’s and do not’s – When to take action


It’s that time of year!! Coughs, colds, high temperatures seem to be part of winter… A high temperature also called a fever, is very common in children. The little one will:            feel hotter than usual on their forehead, back or stomach            feel sweaty and clammy            have flushed ( red) cheeks   The […]

Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) – all you need to know


Dr Frank Pantridge is probably not someone you have heard of, but there’s a strong chance he has changed the course of your family or friends or maybe even yourself. You see this is the cardiologist that is credited with inventing the portable Defibrillator, an AED as it is also known, a device that can […]

A First Aiders guide to a fall

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It’s the moment everyone dreads. That pavement that looked wet turned out to be black ice. And so now it’s a battle against gravity. Your limbs move in different directions, making you look like a poor Bruce Lee tribute and suddenly become aware that your feet are level with your eyes and it’s as if […]

Haunting treats – Choking Hazards

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The dangers of boiled sweets, toffee apples and other haunting “treats” that give parents a fright over the Halloween and bonfire night period.   One accident that many parents dread especially in young children is choking. With an increase in sweets over this period, (whether it is supervised by the parents or not) there is a higher […]

Autumn Danger

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Autumn!   OK so it’s THAT time of year… we start really remembering what cold feels like, the evenings draw in, the leaves are falling off the trees…. cosy, right??   HOPEFULLY!!! The fact is that anything can happen at any time and it helps to have this in mind and be aware this new season […]

Should First Aid training be mandatory?


Britain’s roads are some of the safest roads in Europe and indeed the world. Thankfully, the number of road casualties has steadily decreased over the years from 3,201 in 2003 to 1,732 in 2015, despite a small 1.6% increase in the total number of road vehicle traffic between 2014 and 2015. These stats, although encouraging […]

4 Tips to get through the freezing weather

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With reports of freezing temperatures falling as low as -10C this Easter, we thought we would do our part and give you five tips to help you breeze through the cold period. Be merry but be wary! While being drunk and inebriated may often be associated with keeping you warm and combatting the season’s bone […]


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Why? Life’s greatest question. But what does such a deep question have to do with first aid training? When on a First Aid course, the WHY helps you understand HOW. It is that simple. You see,  whether you decide to do the 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work course or the 3 day First Aid […]

Terrorist First Aid


Today civilian and military medical experts have urged the public look into understanding how to deliver first aid in a terrorist situation. The current threat level faced by the UK means that despite the best efforts of our security services, we are likely to see another terrorist attack on British soil, and soon. In fact […]