why a2e? 

“An estimated 60,000 people each year in the UK have an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and, sadly, less than 10% of those people will survive. Yet, if a bystander is able to start CPR they could double a person’s chances of survival”

Here at A2E we want to ensure that you are prepared for and equipped to cope should someone fall ill on your premises. Would you know what to do with a choking child? A client who develops acute chest pain? A collapsed and unconscious person?

We use an `all possibilities` approach to training which is interactive, simulation based and provided by experts. We will teach you the simple but highly effective skills to respond to the acutely unwell adult or child. In turn, you can literally save lives whilst waiting for help to arrive.

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Meet the team

 Anne McConomy

Anne is a critical care nurse with over 20 years experience. She now works in practice development and is a trainee advanced nurse practitioner. Anne set A2E up in 2016, initially focussing on the need for high quality resuscitation training for primary care. It soon became apparent there was a much greater demand for healthcare and first aid training island wide and as such the company has developed and expanded to meet this need. Anne is a trainer in mandatory training including safe handling, QCF assessor and IQA and an advanced life support instructor for the Resuscitation Council, UK, (RC,UK).

 

Rachel Martins

Rachel is a senior nurse in critical care with a specialist interest in paediatric nursing. Her experience spans many years which includes being a resuscitation officer in Jersey for a while. She is an paediatric and adult advanced life support instructor and teaches regularly every year.

 

Geoff Benning

Geoff is a senior nurse in health and previously was a senior lecturer for HSSD. His clinical background is also critical care. Geoff is also a RC,UK instructor.

 

Suzi Watson

Suzi is based in the community sector now, and is completing her QCF assessor award. Once complete, she will be invaluable in supporting the on site assessments, teaching sessions and clinical training for QCF trainees and care support staff island wide. Suzi is also a registered first aid instructor.

Clare Stewart

Clare is s senior manager in the community but enjoys providing clinical and mandatory training session for A2E. She has vast experience and knowledge about working in community and primary care and can support staff and managers alike in implementing legislation, policy and local and national guidelines.

 

You simply cannot get this calibre of instructors along with the style and provision of training, anywhere else in the Channel Islands, offered at highly competitive prices

 

 

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