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AoFA Trauma Care Conference - Saturday 18th March - only £55
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Trauma Care Conference – 18th March 2017

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Trauma Care Conference – 18th March 2017
Professor Sir Keith Porter, a leading expert of Clinical Traumatology in the UK, has over the years been at the forefront of developing world-class treatment for injured military servicemen and women. His work included major tears, bone fractures, tendons, muscle and bone connections to trauma reconstruction. He is also the chair of the Annual International Trauma Conference.
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Expanding Educational Qualifications

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Expanding Educational Qualifications
Working with the Education Partnership UK to expand our range of Higher Level International and National qualifications in a wide range of subjects.
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AOFAQ Launches Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor
AOFAQ Launches Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor. Whether it is an assault, a drug overdose or an unfortunate accident, there are many instances where Security Professionals are required to act. This is why AoFAQ, alongside security industry professionals have launched a new series of license-linked security qualifications. Only £15 per certificate, includes 50% introductory offer until 1st April 2017 for new Centres. For more details contact AoFAQualifications via e-ma...
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New Launch of AoFAQ Level 4 Certificate in Emergency Response Driving (RQF)
The BBC news reported in January that staff at a private ambulance firm only had an hour's training to be an Emergency Response Driver. Commonly referred to as a “Blue-Light” driver, the role of the emergency response driver sometimes involves transferring patients between hospitals and responding to emergencies. If the patient is seriously unwell it can require the use of blue emergency lights. This would involve high speed driving and navigating through difficult road traffic situations. ...
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New changes to Paediatric and Workplace First Aid Training - effective 1st January 2017
Changes to the Paediatric First Aid come into effect from the 1st January 2017. To support Training Providers AoFAQ have released new power points to cover the new requirements from Ofsted and Early Years Foundation Stage. Changes are minimal but highly important. For the Emergency Paediatric First Aid there is a slight increase in emphasis on personal protective equipment, the contents of the first aid kit and administering first aid relating to bites, stings and minor injuries. Anaphyl...
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Best Wishes for the Festive Season.

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Best Wishes for the Festive Season.
Merry Xmas and Happy New Year from the AoFA team.
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Stress in Young People and Hypnosis!

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Stress in Young People and Hypnosis!
Young Minds, the online charity for the voice for young people’s mental health and well-being, reported 195000 young people have an anxiety disorder in the UK today and that the number of young people aged 15-16 with depression nearly doubled between the 1980s and the 2000s.
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Training on Defibrillators to be included on the EFAW and FAW courses
The HSE have revised the Emergency First Aid and First Aid at Work syllabuses following the changes to Resuscitation Council UK guidelines on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in October 2015. The revision will require all workplace first aiders to be trained in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) from the 31 December 2016. This meets the Resuscitation Council UK guidelines which now state that the management of a casualty requiring CPR is to request an AED.
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AOFAQ Level 3 Award in First Person on Scene Power-point available!
shop.aofaqualifications.org for AOFAQ Level 3 Award in First Person on Scene Power-point. We are all aware of the impact of early intervention in terms of survival and recovery rates, so improving skills at this point is crucial. This is where the AOFAQ Level 3 Award in First Person on Scene is positioned. The Level 3 represents the more ‘Autonomous’ nature of the responder. This new regulated qualification consists of 16 major learning outcomes which is trained over 30 hrs. Subjects cove...
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