Welcome to Invenio Training

Simple things save lives! Invenio Training is a Buckinghamshire based company providing fun and professional training courses throughout the Thames Valley area. Our courses include First Aid at Work, Pediatric First Aid, Health and Safety and other more specialist opportunities for home or work. Please view our website for more information and do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

Thursday, 15 March 2018

Outdoor First Aid Course


Due to popularity of our courses we have an additional two day, 16 hour Outdoor First Aid course  on the 26th and 27th May.  It will be based at Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire and will make the most of the Chiltern Hills and AONB.

For more information please visit our website www.inveniotraining.co.uk

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Online Booking


Invenio Training is entering the digital age with online booking for our open courses.  For group bookings still contact the office to ensure the best deals for your training.
We have been providing training recently for NHS GP surgeries, event cover for a series of classical music concerts and to ensure our ongoing professionalism our trainers continue to maintain their CPD and frontline accident and emergency work.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

First Aid Training with Invenio Adventure


It has been an exciting start to the New Year.  Due to the qualifications and expertise of our trainers we can now deliver a range of advanced clinical courses to complement our First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid courses.
New courses include First Response Emergency Care, the Administration of Medical Gases (Oxygen & Entonox), Management of Medications and later in the year we will be bringing First Bike of Scene into our portfolio, a training course designed for motorcyclists.
Our Emergency First Aid at Work, Paediatric First Aid, Healthcare Professional Basic Life Support and AED courses continue to be popular.  Our Forestry courses are continuing to grow in popularity, we are now approved suppliers to the National Trust and Forestry Commission.
This year our clients have included The Horse Trust, NHS, The Walled Garden, Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, the Young Farmers and the Berkshire College of Agriculture as well as many individuals.
We are continuing to update our website, with a shop coming online soon for first aid supplies, AED’s and other items.

Please visit our website: www.inveniotraining.co.uk for more information.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

First Aid Training with Shelterbox


It has been a busy week,  I was fortunate to be able to work with ShelterBox providing outdoor first aid training.

ShelterBox is an international disaster relief charity that provides temporary shelter and lifesaving supplies to displaced families.  I will be visiting their headquarters in Cornwall next month to deliver additional training.

I also attended a training day with the fire and ambulance service honing RTC skills and understanding more about our emergency service family.  Great day, I would like to say thank you to SCAS for organising and Berkshire fire and rescue for hosting.

My week did not stop there, I have also delivered an outdoor first aid course to outdoor education students at BCA, staff from MKDons and DoubleTree Hilton in Milton Keynes and a Paediatric first aid course to staff and parents from St Peters RC School in Surrey.

We also covered the Bradenham Bolt 10k cross country run and two music events
for Amersham Music Festival and Amersham Concert Club.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

We have had a varied few weeks


We have had a varied few weeks, from teaching manual handling to Defaqto, activity and equine first aid to the Berkshire College of Agriculture, frontline work, paediatric first aid for Salvus at Heathside School on London and covering an Mixed Martial Art (MMA) competition for Fightmedics in London, variety is the spice of life.

At the MMA competition a staff member I had taught last year approached me and told me that a few weeks after his training he witnessed a sudden cardiac arrest.  He used his training until the emergency services arrived and took over.  He received a call a week later from the gentleman concerned thanking him for saving his life.

Exciting news, we are now registered with Qualsafe and will soon be offering First Response Emergency Care courses, more news to follow.