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Below are real life experiences of previous students at Holos.

Ally Fitzpatrick, from Cardiff sent a letter to us in which she wrote:

"after the timely updating of my First Aid Certificate, I am happy to report I was calmly and confidently able to take care of a client who had an epileptic fit during a massage session. I send my gratitude and appreciation."

Polly Glegg, Learning manager (Social Sciences) from Pimlico Academy, Lupus Street, London writes:

"I am writing to thank you and your team for delivering first aid training to our students earlier this term. Feedback from our students has been generally very positive indeed, particularly with respect to the way that Alex engaged with students through practical learning activities.

I enclose some letters to you both from my own class of students. It is clear from these, and from speaking to individuals, that the skills they have learned with you / your colleagues are both valued and valuable. With best wishes."

SJ, London Medical School, contacted us with the following experience:

"I am a medical student and I attended your Basic Life Support training in years 1 and 2. This week I was on train when a lady was taken ill and an announcement made for help. I found the lady not breathing with several members of the public around her in panic. I was able to remain calm and practical and performed CPR until the paramedics arrived.

I wanted to email to say I found the BLS training that you provided excellent - it was delivered in a straight forward, no nonsense fashion which meant I could retain the vital information needed in a life threatening situation. And for this I thank you."

Andy Bodle, from the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich contacted us with the following:

"Tom Sturdy (who had initially been trained by us and had recently attended his First Aid at Work refresher course) who successfully used one of our defibrillators last December to save a visitor's life. As a consequence they received resuscitation certificates from the Royal Humane Society."

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