Why A2E?

At A2E, we practise what we teach.

All our instructors are senior nurses and we are proud of the skills and experience they bring to our courses.

We provide Resuscitation Council instructors for high-end CPR and medical emergency training, RQF and IQA assessors and first-aid instructors who are able to deliver regulated first aid courses.

Our range is always expanding, so if you can’t see what you need, just get in touch as we’re sure we can help you.

Our team
Anne McConomy
Anne is a critical care nurse with over 20 years of experience. She now works in practice development and is a trainee advanced nurse practitioner. Anne established A2E in 2016, initially focussing on high-quality resuscitation training for primary care.

The demand for healthcare and first-aid training soon became apparent and Anne has developed A2E to meet that demand. Anne delivers mandatory training that includes 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 includes being a resuscitation officer in Jersey. She is a paediatric and adult advanced life support officer.
Clare Stewart
Clare is a senior manager in the community and delivers clinical and mandatory training. She has vast experience of working in community and primary care and supports staff and managers to implement legislation and guidelines.
Rachel Bolan
Rachel supports A2E by leading our RQF qualification training. She is a registered paramedic and prior to that was a Senior Health Care Assistant.
Suzi Watson
Suzi works in the community sector and supports the on-site assessments, teaching and clinical training for QCF trainees and care support staff island-wide. Suzi is also a registered first aid instructor.
Our calibre of instructors, style and breadth of training isn’t available anywhere else in the channel islands.