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Leicestershire, Market Harborough, Kettering and Rugby

Covering Hinckley, Market Harborough, Rugby, Kettering, Loughborough, Oakham, Melton Mowbray and Leicester.

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Our Multi Award winning classes are delivered in a relaxed and comfortable style and give you confidence to know what actions to take if faced with a medical emergency.

Mini First Aid offers a range of classes across the UK for all the family; parents, grandparents, carers and for children as young as three years old, training them in basic and life-saving first aid.

Our new ONLINE LEARNING course allows parents and carers to take our award-winning two-hour course from the safety of their own home. 

Meet The Trainers

Carla Ballington

With 15 years’ experience of working as a registered Paediatric Nurse, and being mum to Harry, Carla knows only too well that you just don’t know what emergencies could be around the corner. As well as having experience in School nursing, Carla’s career also included teaching parents and carers basic life support training. This is where Carla realised her love and passion for teaching First Aid and raising awareness to help families deal with emergencies.

Susan Dargie

Mini First Aid Trainer for Leicestershire, Rugby & Kettering. Susan worked as an NHS Physiotherapist in an acute hospital setting before having her 4 children. She has also trained as an NCT Breastfeeding counsellor and provides both antenatal and postnatal support and information to local mums. Since a choking incident with her son Susan became aware of the lack of first aid courses available where you could take your baby or toddler along with you and decided to do something about it. She is really excited to be running mini first aid courses in family friendly venues where little ones are welcome to come along and is well aware of the importance of everyone involved in looking after children knowing what to do in an emergency situation.

Rachel Slevin

Rachel worked as a Physiotherapist for the NHS, in both community and acute settings, before having her little girl Emilia. It was then that she realised her passion for teaching first aid, recognising the importance of knowing what to do in an emergency situation. Rachel is really excited to be running mini first aid courses and helping other families and carers learn these important and invaluable first aid skills.

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