Thrive First Aid Training
Trained first aiders in your home or workplace could be the difference between life and death.
This course is designed for people who need to refresh their skills or those new to first aid and is to be delivered by Sandra Flanagan. This interactive and practical course has been designed around her extensive experience in this field. It is a three hour emergency First Aid Course that will cover all the basic emergency procedures and likely events such as:
CPR, RECOVERY POSITION, HEART ATTACK, UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY, CHOKING, FAINTING,BLEEDING, SPRAINS AND STRAINS AND BROKEN BONES and finally SEIZURES.
Join us at 7.00am on Friday 17th October 2014 for breakfast at the Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, to be followed by the three hours first aid training from Sandra Flanagan.The session will be free for Thrive members (donations to Norwich Mind); non members are welcome to join us at the cost of £25.00. Book early to avoid disappointment as numbers are strictly limited.
Sandra has over 18 years experience in Social Care Management in the private and voluntary sectors, working with learning difficulties, children and adults with mental health problems. Sandra is currently Deputy CEO of Norwich Mind and also manages Ominia, a residential rehabilitation unit. Sandra has recently completed an Advanced Diploma in Executive Management.
A bit about our Thrive Meetings
Networking is one the most important skills you can develop to help your business succeed. Business networking should be reciprocal, that is, expect to give something if you want to get something. Sandra has been a member of the Thrive Breakfast Group for more than three years.
The Businesses that meet fortnightly basis, recognise the benefits of meeting regularly and building up the trust to refer fellow group members on to their own pool of business contacts. Through the art of networking you can exchange resources, contacts, ideas, information, job and sales leads, strategies – all things that can lead to revenue.
Developing connections for Growth