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.

Friday, 29 May 2015

Hearing Dogs May Camp


Our first camp of the year was a great success, even with inclement weather.  All the participants enjoyed themselves, particularly with the puppies and agility dogs.

The staff at Hearing Dog for Deaf People were their usual amazing selves, but the real stars were Bruce (the dog), Robin, Pepe, Nia and Goldie the dogs who helped our budding trainers.

Our next course is July, with a further one in August.

Friday, 22 May 2015

John Hampden Grammar School


A very busy day at John Hampden Grammar School in High Wycombe with an emergency first aid at work course.

Lovely people, very keen and attentive making me feel most welcome.

The alumni of John Hampden Grammar School include Sir Terry Prachett author of the amazing discworld books and Kenton Cool mountaineer.

Looking forward to a long weekend.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

First Aid Training at Marsh Gibbon CE School


This week I am working teachers from Marsh Gibbon CE School providing a basic first aid course, with additional points of interest for a school environment.

As always the school is welcoming and the teachers are particularly committed as they are staying late to complete the course over two evenings so as not to disrupt teaching.

Part one has been completed, popping back first week of June to finish the training.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

May Half Term Hearing Dog Camp Spaces


Building on the success of last years camps with Hearing Dogs for Deaf People we are offering camps this year.

We still have space on our May half term camp on the 28th and 29th of May.

Activities include pet first aid, obedience and agility training with Hearing Dog trainers and grooming, feeding and care of your dogs with Hearing Dogs welfare team.

This is a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes of a leading charity provide assistance dogs for deaf and hard of hearing people.

The course is ideal for those considering a career with animals or would just like to know how to look after their pets.

For more information please visit our website May Half Term Camp .

Friday, 15 May 2015

Healthcare Professional BLS at Stokenchurch Medical Centre


This week we also completed annual refresher training for doctors and staff at Stokenchurch Medical Centre, ensuring they meet CQC requirements in BLS and AED usage, we also covered airways, suction and O2.

We are running a basic first aid training session for members of the public at Stokenchurch later this month, last years sessions proved popular and the next session is already fully booked.

Hopefully we'll be able to arrange further date later in the year.

Marsh Gibbon CE School Day 2


Another cracking day at Marsh Gibbon School, made all the more interesting as the pupils and staff inspired from their Medieval Week and a trip to Warwick Castle came dressed up as kings, knights, princesses, serving staff and at least one Bat Man.

The first aid training went well too, all the staff completed all practicals (even when they looked like Axel Rose) and a celebration of learning to achieve their Level 3 Paediatric First Aid course.

I'm returning next week to complete further training with staff after the children leave for the day.

Manual Handling Training with TSI Instruments


A full day of training with TSI Instruments an international company with offices in High Wycombe.

With morning and afternoon sessions 24 staff received manual handling training, to help them work safer and avoid injury.

A really nice team, with a great attitude and sense of humour.

I had so much fun I forget to take photos.

Monday, 11 May 2015

AED Training at the Clare Foundation


Refresher training today at the Clare Foundation in Saunderton.

The Clare Foundation looks after a number of charities providing them with amazing facilities and offices.

Today staff were re certificated in the use of AED's and basic life support.

Sunday, 10 May 2015

My Last Chelsea Match This Season


Chelsea have one more home game this season where they will receive the cup.

Sadly I won't be there, as this was my last match for this season working for ERS Medical.

Liverpool formed a guard of honour for the league champions as they walked out on to the pitch.  Both teams played well with their captains scoring the goals for a one all draw.

Looking ahead to a busy week, defib training at the Clare Foundation, frontline shift for SCAS, annual refresher at a local doctors surgery, manual handling with TSI Instruments and day two at Marsh Gibbon School.

Friday, 8 May 2015

Marsh Gibbon CE School First Aid


What a lovely school in an amazing setting, beautiful rolling countryside and a lovely country village.

Today we completed day one of the new two day level 3 paediatric first aid course.  Next week we will complete the course, with a celebration of learning and more bandaging.

I'm particularly excited about visiting again as they are making a giant castle in the grounds as part of medieval week.

Sunday, 3 May 2015

In The Bag


A 1:0 win to Chelsea against Crystal Palace secure a fifth league win for Chelsea.

Next week they are playing Liverpool and will correct the cup.

Two frontline shifts coming up, a paediatric course and then back at Chelsea next weekend working for ERS Medical.

Saturday, 2 May 2015

Family First Aid


Another nice course, a young family planning ahead to a holiday and the responsibilities of bringing up a child booked a private first aid course to increase their knowledge and confidence.

Training included resuscitation, choking, cuts, bumps and common illnesses.

Friday, 1 May 2015

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Basic First Aid


Cracking day at Hearing Dog for Deaf People, Saunderton, Buckinghamshire.

This week Hearing Dogs have their learning and development week, it seems to have been really popular with everything from self defence training to first aid, (some say the first aid should have come first).

It was a really enjoyable course, everyone was pleased to learn some basic, simple skills that could make all the difference if the worse should ever happen.

As it was hearing dogs I included a little on resuscitation for dogs.