Life saving First Aid Training
Workplace, Community and Paediatric First Aid Training courses delivered in and around Cambridgeshire and the East of England.
First Aid Training in Cambridgeshire
and the East of England
Forbes Training Ltd offers a variety of accredited training courses to groups and
individuals, providing bespoke training solutions to meet your requirements.
Our team of qualified first aiders cover Cambridgeshire and the surrounding
counties including Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire,
Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire and Lincolnshire.
First Aid Training in the Workplace
Find out more about all of our First Aid Training courses in the workplace.
Discover more about our First Aid Training courses perfect for anyone working in childcare.
What you can expect from our First Aid courses
At Forbes Training Ltd we aim to give you the skills, knowledge and more importantly, the confidence to act quickly and calmly in an Emergency Situation. Whether you are attending one of our courses to become a first aider in the workplace, because you are an Early Years professional, or because you want to keep your loved ones, friends, family and community safe, you can expect the same level of service and high quality instruction from our centre.
All of our courses are delivered by qualified trainers who have practical experience of using their skills. You should expect a high quality of instruction and the opportunity to practice and ask questions so that you feel confident to use your skills and knowledge when faced with a First Aid situation. All of our courses are Ofqual regulated and nationally recognised, so you can rest assured that you have fulfilled your legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training without having to complete any further due diligence checks.
What our clients say about our First Aid courses
“Rachel was great with all of us and really patient and helpful. I would definitely recommend to others”.
– Gemma Housden, Allia Future Business Centre.
“Very well delivered training with plenty of interaction and hands on activity to keep everyone involved”.
– Russell Hall