Train Aid Secures Greenwich Community Centre For Emergency First Aid At Work Courses
September 12, 2012 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) First Aid Training provider Train Aid Ltd has moved their emergency first aid at work courses from their traditional home. The twice monthly courses will now be held in the Greenwich Community Centre, which is close to the centre of the capital. The reason behind the move is to make the company's public courses more accessible, and within easy reach of anyone living in the Home Counties. Train Aid's Ellie Hayward described the move "as a step in right direction "whereby "more candidates will benefit".
The decision was made to move away from their original base in Croydon, which proved a tough decision. The company has been running courses in Croydon since 2009, building up a good reputation in the area along the way. Once the decision was made however it was all systems go in a bid to make forward progression. Train Aid's Ellie Hayward summed up her feelings about the move:
"There was always a feeling that by holding the first aid at work training courses in Croydon we were cutting off candidates from north of the river. This move now gives everyone a chance to enrol because of the central location"
The Greenwich Community Centre boasts a wide array of training facilities from tradiotnal classrooms to lecture halls. The majority of the rooms are full of wide open spaces, which is perfect for first aid training. The centre itself is a two minute walk from Greenwich mainline rail station, which is a ten minute journey from London Bridge. All the factors put together make it into a perfect new home for the company.
One other added benefit of the move will mean that the price of the course will be reduced by 10% for all candidates. Generally emergency first aid at work courses prices are increasing, but the company appears to be lowering its prices in order to stick with the model of "affordable and enjoyable training".