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Skills Training Group - Now Delivering First Aid Training

06-03-2020 09:14 AM CET | Science & Education

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Skills Training Group

Skills Training Group

Skills Training Group, an award-winning training provider with training centres in Paisley & Dalgety Bay, Fife are now fully accredited to deliver first aid training courses.

They are already the market leader for heating, plumbing & electrical courses in Scotland, working with many of the UK's largest and reputable sector employers. First aid training now marks a new, exciting chapter for the company.

Mark McShane, Managing Director at Skills Training Group said, 'We're delighted to be able to add first aid training to our syllabus of courses. It's exciting times ahead and we already have a current client base who require this training, so it was a natural extension to our company. Furthermore, to be able to deliver training that saves lives makes it a fulfilling prospect.'

Skills Training Group are accredited by the First Aid Industry Board (FAIB) as well as the Federation of First Aid Training Organisations (FOFATO) to deliver their courses.

First aid courses available are:

- Emergency First Aid at Work Course (1-Day)
- First Aid at Work Course (3-Days)
- First Aid at Work Refresher Course (2-Days)

Skills Training Group's full range of first aid courses can be found on their website -

Training is delivered from their Paisley training centre, 5 minutes from Glasgow Airport, as well as their Dalgety Bay training centre in Fife. Although training is mostly delivered in their centres, there is also the option for training to be delivered at the employers' workplace, nationwide.

For further information regarding first aid courses, please contact a training advisor on 0808 164 2780.

Mark McShane

Skills Training Group
5 Murray Street

As the leading heating and utilities training provider in Scotland, Skills Training Group has facilities in Paisley and Dalgety Bay, Fife. We operate out of state of the art training facilities that allow us to prepare our students for real-world situations, giving them a competitive edge when it comes to being hired and staying gainfully employed.

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