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NEW End of Life Video Online Training

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ProTrainings Europe has launched a brand new End of Life course that learners can complete entirely online. End of Life care looks at special needs when dealing with service users at the end of their life. This course covers the core principles of end of life care and many other subjects. End of Life Care End of Life care can perhaps best be described as the care of someone who either has a terminal condition or is in the last few days, weeks, months or even years of their life and it is also known as palliative care. Approximately 500,000 …

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Our free Coronavirus COVID 19 online course has been updated and expanded

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Our Free video online Coronavirus course has been taken by nearly 30,000 people now and we have just updated and expanded the course to include more subjects like Coronavirus testing, keeping safe at work and travelling. If you have already taken the course you can log in and see the new videos for free even after you have passed. There are two versions of this course, one for the general population and another for healthcare workers. Take the general course at: www.procoronavirus.co.uk Take the healthcare course at: Coronavirus Healthcare training The e-learning course can be completed whilst learners are in …

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NEW Epilepsy Awareness Video Online Training

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ProTrainings Europe has launched a brand new Epilepsy Awareness course that learners can complete entirely online. Understanding and caring for people with epilepsy is important for any workplace or home setting. By understanding this condition you will be able to offer better care. This course follows the guidelines of the Joint Epilepsy Council (JEC) Epilepsy The Epilepsy Society has estimated that there are over half a million people with epilepsy in the UK, which is around 1 in 100 people. Anyone can develop epilepsy at any time of their life. It can happen in people of all ages, however is …

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HeartSine 350P AED lowest price ever! and low cost internal cabinet with AED prep kit for only £30!

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Our HeartSine 350P AED price has now dropped to its lowest ever at just £695 plus VAT for a limited time. Now is the best time to buy a fully-featured AED to save a life. Upgrade to include a metal internal cabinet and AED prop kit for just £30 plus VAT. Need an AED for your community? Contact us for our community deals. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is a leading cause of death globally. Response time is critical for survival. The HeartSine samaritan® PAD 350P was designed especially for use in public areas by providing a sophisticated defibrillator for adult …

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ProTrainings free Coronavirus awareness course is reaching new milestones

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ProTrainings recently launched a Coronavirus COVID 19 awareness course, with the aim of saving lives by teaching the public how to take precautions against Coronavirus COVID 19. The course is free to take, the only charge being if you would like a certificate of completion. This, however, is not required. More than 10,000 of you have now completed this course, with the numbers constantly increasing. *In stock now* – PPE available – includes masks, gloves, wipes and sanitiser at first-aid-online.co.uk Coronavirus Course Contents: Introduction to Coronavirus and COVID-19 A Developing Situation How did Coronavirus start? Signs and symptoms of COVID 19 …

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PPE VAT currently zero rated – Medical and FFP2 masks now in stock

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VAT has been removed from PPE items like gloves, aprons, gowns, face shields and masks.  We have removed it from the items we have in stock like FFP2 type masks, medical masks and gloves.  You still pay VAT on products like alcohol hand gel but we have 100 ml and 500 ml bottles in stock for immediate dispatch at a lower price. Current PPE and other stocks: Click here for more details Medical face masks – Zero %  VAT N95 FFP2 masks – Zero %  VAT Limited stock of vinyl gloves – Zero %  VAT Limited stock of Nitrile gloves …

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Training goes virtual with our new virtual training lessons to beat Coronavirus restrictions

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  With classroom training not possible with the Coronavirus pandemic at the moment, ProTrainings have launched virtual training through our unique training platform.  The same instructor as a traditional course, same qualification, same course content but delivered through our virtual training dashboard. Complete the qualification from the comfort of your home or office. Not only can you interact with the class and ask questions to your instructor through our Zoom video meeting link but you still get all the usual benefits of our traditional class like free access to videos and documents to support the training. We have made testing …

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Alcohol hand gel back in stock on the ProTrainings online store

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We now have large stocks of 100 ml bottles of 70% alcohol hand gel in the ProTrainings store. 100 ml bottle of hand gel in easy to use flip cap bottle 70% Alcohol Pocket size pack Ideal to protect yourself anywhere Kills 99.9% of germs including bacteria and viruses This 100 ml bottle is an easy to use gel that is easily and effectively rubbed into your hands. It is important when using any hand gel to make sure that you cover your whole hand and use the correct technique which is the same as for handwashing with water.  Make sure …

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NEW Advanced Life Support Online Training

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ProTrainings has launched a brand new Advanced Life Support (ALS) course, which is our highest level of life support and CPR. We do not currently offer this as a blended or classroom course but it can usually be used as prior knowledge to cut down classroom time with other organisations.  This course is also ideal for refreshing your skills at any time. The Resuscitation Council (UK) states that “The outcomes for candidates attending an e-ALS course are the same as those attending a conventional 2-day ALS course.” This ProTrainings ALS course is ideal for any medical professional or non-professional first …

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Fully Funded Training in Care now available from ProTrainings from Skills for Care

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The impact of COVID-19 has created an extremely challenging time for the social care workforce. Skills for Care have identified training that remains a priority during this period to ensure there is a skilled and competent workforce. ProTrainings have been awarded funding to supply certain training to care staff fully funded. The funding is for volunteers, new entrants to care and refresher training for existing care workers.  There are limitations but this is welcome assistance to individuals and companies.  The courses are all taught virtually by virtual video lessons with a real instructor or video online training interactive courses. This …

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Using gloves to prevent Coronavirus

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Using gloves to prevent Coronavirus will help but you need to use them correctly. There are lots of different types of gloves but they are quite straightforward to use. Most gloves made of nitrile or vinyl. When putting gloves on, make sure that you have nothing sharp on your hands such as rings or bracelets, as these can break the glove material. Also, check the gloves before putting them on to make sure that there are no holes in them. You can do this by blowing into one and pushing the air in, to see if any air escapes. Should …

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Resuscitation Council UK Statement on COVID-19 in relation to CPR and resuscitation in first aid and community settings

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CPR recommendations with COVID 19 have changed. The following is direct from the UK Resus website for anyone who is performing CPR/defibrillation in an out-of-hospital setting.  The link is www.resus.org.uk/media/statements/resuscitation-council-uk-statements-on-covid-19-coronavirus-cpr-and-resuscitation/covid-community Whenever CPR is carried out, particularly on an unknown victim, there is some risk of cross-infection, associated particularly with giving rescue breaths. Normally, this risk is very small and is set against the inevitability that a person in cardiac arrest will die if no assistance is given. The first things to do are shout for help and dial 999.   First responders should consult the latest advice on the NHS …