Millie’s Mark is a new standard to be displayed by nurseries who have achieved gold-standard provision. The certificate will help to give parents assurance that their child is being cared for by safe and knowledgeable staff. The new proposals will mean newly qualified staff with a childcare level 2 and 3 qualification must have an emergency paediatric first aid or full paediatric first aid certificate – a life-saving change that will add approximately 15,000 additional trained early years professionals to our nurseries and pre-schools each and every year.
Centaur have had a wonderful year supporting and sponsoring the Solo business category of the EVA’s 2016! We would like to say a massive congratulations to the winner of the award Lisa Jackson from Acorn Marketing! Acorn Marketing is a Marketing Consultancy based in Cumbria; helping a variety of clients with all sorts of marketing challenges. They don’t talk in marketing jargon, they guide their clients through the process, share new ways to look at marketing, social media, PR and make it work for them. Whether it is planning a strategy, writing copy or developing a campaign their passion for their work shines through. You can find out more about Lisa’s award winning business on their website.
Are you a new or experience parent with a baby or young child? Our one hour Baby Resuscitation course is ideal for you! Covering major topics including CPR, the recovery position, SIDS (cot death) and more this course gives any parent the confidence required to deal with minor and life threatening situations.
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Our new students first aid course teaches first aid to students at schools or clubs, for both children and teenagers over the age of 8 as part of a class. This means students will be able to gain practical experience practicing first aid techniques as they are in a smaller group, unlike our First Aid and Fire Safety Presentations in Assembly where students have an overview of first aid presented to them as part of a large group.