First Aid Courses
Do you have enough trained first aiders in your office?
Fewer than 1 in 4 could save a choking child.   Could you?
More accidents happen at home than anywhere.  Are you equipped to deal with it?
Early years...
Children have skin 15 times thinner than adults, so burn at lower temperatures
Children can learn first aid too.  They may save your life!
Do you know your DRABC's?
Without oxygen brain cells will die in less than 5 minutes
Have you identified the risks in your workplace?

Award Winning First Aid Training from Angel Training

First Aid training provider Angel Training is independently owned by Cheryl Parkes and provides First Aid courses throughout Kent.

Cheryl has been a registered nurse since 2001 and also presents many years of experience gathered prior to this, from working within nursing and residential homes as well as children’s day nurseries.

Angel Training was set up in 2009 and provides effective and professional training to meet the requirements of its clients.

Angel Training are based in Maidstone but cover the whole of Kent including Medway, Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Thanet, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Gravesend, Dartford and Sevenoaks.  In addition to this we are available to assist in areas of East Sussex and South London. If your area is not covered please contact Angel Training.

We are proud to now offer online training in a range of subjects including fire training, health and safety courses, food hygiene, display screen usage, and asbestos management. These courses be be taken by anyone, from any part of the UK.

Angel Training undergoes vigorous auditing from both internal and external assessors in order to ensure our clients receive the highest standard of training they have come to expect from us.

News & Articles

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Slapped Cheek Syndrome: What you need to know.

Posted on 23 Mar, 2017 - No comments yet!

Social media has been reporting a rise in outbreaks of the Parvovirus B19, more commonly know as slapped cheek syndrome. This virus can be picked up by anyone but is most prevalent in children. The earlier symptoms are very vague and similar to most viral illnesses, which makes it hard to diagnose during its most contagious stage. It is only when the characteristic bright red rash cheeks become apparent that it becomes more obvious what the condition is. During this time your child is no longer contagious.

So how you you prevent the spread of the illness, and more importantly if you suspect the illness what do you need to do?

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