Workplace, Childcare & Outdoor first aid training Poole Dorset. Health Care ILS medical courses
22, Jun 2022
New Training Location Added Poole Dorset

Providing Workplace, Childcare & Outdoor First aid training courses. Additionally we support the NHS in providing ILS training for the Primary Care & Primary Dental Care sectors. Join us in Poole or our trainers will come to your venue of choice.

Supporting the RNLI in saving lives

As a national supporter of the RNLI and its outstanding work, we feel that extending our commitment to this lifesaving organisation by hiring its world class training facilities in Poole, Dorset, at its own national training college, where every pound we spend with them in hiring these training facilities goes towards their lifesaving work and running costs.

Their facility with its modern design and layout allows us to offer our clients world class training facilities with our world class trainers and tutors, where our commitment to our own Social Values are met in support of our communities.

What training do we deliver from this site?

All training rooms we utilise face the harbour looking out to sea, with floor to ceiling windows, giving these training rooms a truly welcoming feel. Our programme of course deliveries to local communities include our First aid at work, First aid training to the Childcare sector, Training to the local NHS providing Primary Care services.

First aid at work training courses Poole Dorset, join us at the National RNLI College for your next workplace first aid training course.

Additionally our longer training courses such as the 4-day First Responder on Scene (FROS®) is delivered from here and allows students and their organisations to consider utilising this world class college and its accommodation, while remaining focused on their immersive learning. We can support room bookings at request and must be made 3 months in advance of their selected course dates.

Getting here

There is nearby within walking distance Pay & Display carparking and the venue sits on the local bus routes and is just a 5 minute walk from Poole Rail & Bus hubs, making this an easy to get to venue from across the region. For students



Have a question?

If you have any questions on our Poole & Dorset training provision, then feel free to get in touch today.


We & the RNLI Team look forward to seeing your soon in Poole Dorset for your next first aid or medical training course.


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18, Jun 2022
Bringing social value to our communities

The 2013 Social Value Act has had a major impact on how the public sector buys goods and services.

The act requires that public authorities consider wider social and environmental benefits when they choose suppliers, rather than basing commissioning decisions solely on price and quality.

For example, to secure an first aid contract a public authority could ask its suppliers to think about what they could do for the wider community, such as training in schools, donating old equipment or providing free training to the local community.

In 2020 new measurers were brought in to the 2013 Act, that will apply tests that all bidders, irrespective of their size and type, will be capable of meeting and therefore further levels the playing field for the UK’s small businesses, start-ups and voluntary and community sector organisations and social enterprises. These new measurers also placed a duty on procurement buyers in that they now have to include a Social Value weighting instead of just considering it.

Remote First Aid and its subsidiaries trade as a SME with <5 employees and in the past has found it hard to match the Social Value requirements being awarded to bigger organisations with bigger turnover, offering bigger Social Value projects. However from September 2021, Local Government Departments & Other Public Procurement buyers can set a percentage limit that is usually weighted around 10% of the tender bid. This has allowed Remote First Aid to bid for and win a number of smaller contracts that we have provided Social Value to the local communities.

Working with the Minister for Civil Society and the Social Value Policy Unit & the Business Services Association Policy Unit welcomes this move.

However we view Social Value as something that we do in our everyday business functions ourselves, alongside of providing any specific social values that are set by Public Bodies within their tenders. This allows us to provide bespoke projects or integration in to each unique buys Social Value requests. Below we list some of our Social Values we follow.


We are an accredited Welsh Living Wage Employer.

We are pleased to announce that Remote First Aid & Pre-Hospital Training has become one of the 366 Welsh Employers to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer, meaning that….

Social Value Living Wage Employer

Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.

As a signatory of the Armed Forces covenant, we at Remote First Aid & Pre-Hospital Training Ltd, will endeavour in our business dealings to uphold the key principles of the Armed Forces covenant, which are…..


The John Muir Award – Conserve.

This personal award allows for our employees and their families to join together in conserving our local environment around Chepstow and the Wye Valley. Our business was built on supporting the outdoor community with relevant education provision, regarding our main core business activities in first aid. The John Muir Award – Conserve level allows us to think and act on our actions whe….


Adding Social Value to any contract is key to our success in building relationships with the communities we work in. We welcome applications from all aspects of our communities across Great Britain.

One project that we have supported is the Bristol Steppin Sistas, a brand new grassroots walking group of women of colour established in Bristol in April 2021 with just one member and now sitting at 700 plus active members, that aims to reach out to local women in the area who identify with their lived experience to encourage an interest in walking and thriving in open spaces.

A team of three instructors Phil, Steff & Pete provided an initial outdoor first aid course to 36 members from the club in November 2021 in the Wye Valley Gloucestershire, with an additional 18 members that will be joining Kelly, Pete, Chris & Martin for an advanced first aid course in the Brecon Beacons in August 2022 as part of our ongoing development support for the clubs membership.

A spin off from this Social Value project is a team of our trainers are heading in to Bristol later in 2022 to run a series of community based Emergency first aid responder courses for young people in the City.

Bristol Steppin Sistas

About our friends at Bristol Steppin Sistas

The aim is to help motivate women of colour to visit places they would not have ventured to including rural areas around Bristol and further afield in the south west. We will provide routes that can get women around the city and beyond as well as routes that stoke interest and wonder. Take a read of their journey from one member to over 700 members in just over a year……


We are supporting the people of Ukraine, by providing a range of field medical kits and sanitary wear, in support of the civilian services & NGO’s working within Ukraine. We continue to support the Ukraine Peoples in their time of need via the approved methods and routes.

#StandWithUkraine.


Workplace, Childcare & Outdoor first aid training Poole Dorset. Health Care ILS medical courses
#WaterSafety

A number of our trainers are RNLI Ambassadors, who promote water safety and awareness in their local communities. We also provide financial support to the RNLI, by means of hiring their training facilities at their National Training College in Pool. Learn how we help the RNLI in saving lives here….