Case Studies & Testimonials

First Aid Training Cooperative is proud to have provided high quality training to over 12,000 people across the world.  Over 95% rating us Very Good or Excellent.    

We’ve added some case studies from a small cross section of our clients below as examples of the different ways in which we have worked with different organisations.   If you have particular requirements or a particularly interesting situation, why not get in touch to discuss how we can help you?

To book a course like this for your organisation, please call us on 0333 4330 731.

Case Study: Fife Council

Providing in-house courses and emergency ‘scenario day’ testing.

The team at Outdoor Education Fife are based at Lochore Meadows Country Park, and offer a wide variety of outdoor activities, both land, and water based.  They also provide off site trips and activities, so have a very large range of environments in which they operate.

Case Study: Forestry Commission Scotland

Providing bespoke in-house courses and defibrillator training

The team at Forestry Commission Scotland have unique requirements, so we created a highly modified First Aid at Work course to suit their needs.

Case Study: Seafreedom Kayak

Providing an advanced outdoor first aid course.

Seafreedom Kayak is a sea kayak coaching and guiding company based at Connel, near Oban, on the west coast of Scotland.

Case Study: Adventure Norway

Providing a first aid course specific to rafting guides.

Adventure Norway in Marnardal Norway offers great activities in a beautiful and quiet environment.

Case Study: Aberdeen Snowsports Centre

Providing an tailored course to staff and the public, specific to ski and snowboarding environments.

Aberdeen Snowsports Centre offers an artificial ski slopes open for skiing, snowboarding and tubing sessions, plus lessons and clubs.S

Case Study: West Highland College UHI

Emergency ‘First Aid at Work’ course for staff and students

West Highland College is a college of further and higher education in the West Highlands of Scotland.

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