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Watson Training Services offer a range of First Aid and Health & Safety courses. Based in Harrogate, we offer courses across the Yorkshire region and nationwide. Our ex-military and award winning professional instructors provide expert teaching using the very latest equipment and training aids.

Our courses meet the criteria and guidelines as laid out By OFSTED and EYFS and are accredited through Qualsafe Awards and FAA (First Aid Awards) to teach a range of QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework) awards we also use CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) and HABC (highfield awarding body of compliance) to deliver a range of Health and Safety Courses. We are also an approved First Aid training provider of North Yorkshire County Council.

As well as our scheduled course dates Watson Training Services offer bespoke programs, tailor made to suit both individuals and businesses of any size. If there is a specific course you require, but can’t see it on our website please contact us and we will arrange your desired course.


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Getting a Defibrillator for your School

Have you thought about the benefits of having a defibrillator (AED) in your child’s School? In 2013, emergency medical services attempted to resuscitate approximately 28,000 cases of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in England.  Overall survival rates vary across the country, but range between 2% and 12%.2 However, survival rates as high… Read More

Living With Anaphylaxis

Happy Mothers Day, my gift was an Anaphylactic reaction this morning. I’m normally really good when it comes to my allergies as a lot of you will be aware,  But today i decided to try a new hair shampoo product to lighten my blonde bits its called Touch of Siver… Read More

Spacer Devices

Spacer Devices – A Little Extra Breathing Space Some of you may not be aware , within the recently published ERC guidelines for first aid, it was recommended that for the treatment of asthma, first aiders should be taught various methods of how to administer a bronchodilator (a reliever inhaler). In… Read More