Project Case Study
Hawes Lane Surgery
Bryland Fire Protection First Aid Training
Hawes Lane Surgery
Hawes Lane Surgery are no stranger to Bryland Fire Protection Limited, having used the company to deliver various fire, health and safety training for the last five years. Therefore, when it came to undertake further training, they had no hesitation calling upon their assistance. The Bryland Training Division tailored the schedule to match the needs of the busy GP surgery to ensure that the doctors, nurses and administration staff all received the thorough programme which included CPR and Anaphylaxis, Fire Awareness/Fire Marshall, Health and Safety Awareness, Manual Handling and First Aid. All the courses are fully certified with an annual refresher and full course completed every three years. Bryland Training Division can offer bespoke and standard courses either at their purpose-built facility in the West Midlands, or on site at customer’s premises. The range of courses available makes them ideal for industry and sectors including GP surgeries, care homes, private medical companies, schools and colleges. The courses are priced competitively for individuals or companies each delivered by industry experts.
‘The whole training programme was very well designed and extremely well executed by the Bryland Team. They clearly have a wealth of experience and knowledge which shines through in their passionate delivery. It was fun and informative, meaning that the content was easy to digest and retain.’
– Practice Business Manager
Bryland Fire Protection has over 50 years fire related experience. Their range of courses can be viewed on the website and bespoke sessions arranged by contacting the team on 01384 573350 or at email@example.com
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