Since 2012, we have trained over 22,000 delegates from over 1,400 businesses and organisations, a few of them have been kind enough to share their views on our service.
"Virgin Money currently use The North East Ambulance Service for First Aid at Work Training. They are an excellent company who provide first class training to our colleagues, the feedback we get is always positive. Organising the training with them is so quick and efficient. One of the major positives of providing our business to NEAS is we are also supporting the community as the money they make from the training helps fund essential services. I would highly recommend the NEAS to other businesses who are looking for a First Aid trainer."
Sarah Crinnion, Health and Safety Coordinator
Feedback from delegates:
“Fantastic, interesting and interactive sessions”
“Approachable trainers who provided a range of advice throughout the session”
“The trainers always check what equipment we use here and tailor the sessions to our needs”
Marie Curie, Newcastle Hospice
“The session was informative and well presented at an appropriate pace to enable the attendees to assimilate the information provided. A valuable set of skills were learned that will be of use both in the school and outside.”
Royal Grammar School, Newcastle
"We have been working with NEAS for over a decade and we are very happy with the training provided. NEAS offers a good service, courses are easy to book and flexible, which is incredibly important to us, particularly as many of our employees work shifts. We get excellent feedback from our employees on the courses that they attend - and the trainers are fantastic."
Elaine Lowthorpe, Training Officer
“The training from North East Ambulance Service is extremely professional. I would definitely recommend North East Ambulance Service as we always receive good service - from making the initial booking through to receiving the certificate. The team is always cheerful, we have a very good working relationship with each department and queries are dealt with quickly.”
Lynne Collins, Training Coordinator for the Department of Occupational Health & Safety Services