Who we are

Innamincka Training Services (I.T.S) – Who we are.

I.T.S has been teaching First Aid for 35 years and held Health and Safety (H.S.E) approval and accreditation before the H.S.E. disbanded this side of its operationWhat the HSE has to say about First Aid

I.T.S then joined Qualsafe Awards delivering Ofqual accredited courses. See who Qualsafe Awards are.

I.T.S is also a UK learning provider. See who the UK register of providers are

I.T.S is registered with the Federation of Holistic Therapists, providing an accredited short course, First Aid for Therapists worth 5 CPD points for its members

I.T.S also runs bespoke Emergency First Aid at Work training such as-

Duke of Edinburgh basic expedition leaders, Cycle specific, Sports teachers, Educational establishments, Nursing / Care homes, Martial Arts Academies. Also for learners who do not have English as a first language or where a final written examination is challenging, we offer a continual practical assessment of the days training with no final written test.

I.T.S can deliver specific Basic Life Support training to meet your needs, such as;- G.P clinical and non clinical staff / Dental practices for staff CPD, Schools anaphylaxis training.

* H.S.E advice given to employers who were seeking First Aid qualifications for their employees;-

Quality Assurance Route: Level of due diligence required by the employer:

1 Regulated First Aid Qualification accredited by an Ofqual/SQA recognised Awarding Organisation (such as Qualsafe Awards) No due diligence required.

2 Training from the Voluntary Aid Societies (St. John, Red Cross, St Andrews Ambulance) The draft guidance says that employers may still “wish to undertake some of the elements of due diligence”.

3 First Aid Association/body affiliation Full due diligence should be carried out by the employer as “HSE is not in a position to verify the level of assurance” of this route.

4 Private / independent training provider with no accreditation/affiliation Full due diligence should be carried out by the employer as “HSE is not in a position to verify the level of assurance” of this route.