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.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Day 3 FAAW at the Horse Trust


Excellent days training at the Horse Trust, plenty of scenarios to ensure confidence and skill set.  Everyone passed and will receive a FAAW+E (Equine) certificate.

We also had a couple of festive events to cover including the Christmas Lights switch on's for Eton and Windsor.

Very festive with Santa, Elves, Reindeer and a storm trooper.

Saturday, 12 November 2016

Day 2 Horse Trust and Classical Concert


Lovely day at the Horse Trust near Speen. Day two of a three day First Aid at Work course.

Lots of interesting scenarios even managed to incorporate a tractor.

In the evening we covered a classical music concert at St Mary's Church in Amersham for the Amersham Music Festival.  Amazing music, lovely people looking forward to the next concert in December.  We are covering all four concerts in this series.

Looking ahead frontline shifts and last day of The Horse Trust FAAW.

Friday, 11 November 2016

Hanging Around


Two cracking days at Carden Park with VLM Adventure Consultants.

The team covered off the inspection of climbing equipment, rope, harnesses etc and techniques to access rope courses etc.

Great seeing the team again, looking forward to catching up again.

Friday, 4 November 2016

Busy busy busy


The end of a very busy week.

Monday Emergency First Aid at Work training in Newbury for Transform People.  Tuesday and Wednesday First Aid at Work Requalification at BCA College and finishing the week with a breakfast meeting at BNI Thames Maidenhead and day one of a First Aid at Work course to be completed over the next few Friday's for the Horse Trust.

Looking ahead three frontline shifts, followed by two days ppe and ropes training and day two with the Horse Trust.

Saturday, 29 October 2016

People's Postcode Lottery


What a lovely day.  The People's Postcode Lottery had £3 million to give away today, it was fantastic to see life changing sums of money being given to local people.  The lottery also gives money to several charities, all in all very worthwhile.

The venue was West Wycombe Park, apparently the marquee is the one used in the Great British Bake Off.

It has been a busy few weeks, several frontline shifts and lots of admin.  Looking ahead more frontline shifts, training in Newbury and a First Aid At Work Requalification at BCA.

Sunday, 9 October 2016

End of another busy week


This week working for Salvus I completed a three day FAAW for Bucks County Council in High Wycombe.  Very nice course with lovely people.

Frontline shift for SCAS on Saturday and finished off by covering the Bradenham Bolt 10k cross country run fort the National Trust.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Dulwich Preparatory School

Always a pleasure returning to Dulwich Prep School for their annual archery day.

Great weather, great kids and great staff all lead to a great day.

Dulwich are are a forward thinking school who embrace outdoor learning for all years, culminating in a trip to North Wales with VLM Adventure Consultants.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Emergency Services Show


Very educational day at the Emergency Services Show at the NEC Birmingham.

We have had several requests for first aid kits during training sessions.  Today we met several potential suppliers for first aid equipment and AED's which we will share via our website shortly.

Other news, following requests from customers we can now accept card payments.

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Two Arms and Two Legs


We covered a half marathon at the weekend.  Three static teams at the start, 10k and half marathon finishes with a mobile team to cover the route around the canals from Aylesbury to Wendover.

Working with the Canals and River Trust who had arranged a great event, which had 500 runners, the weather really helped with the atmosphere.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

FAAW at BCA week 2


Second FAAW at BCA for new and existing staff.

Always a great venue, not as hot as the last course but we managed to get outside for much of the day.

Last day tomorrow, assessments and scenario's.

Saturday, 3 September 2016

UCMMA at the Troxy


Always a pleasure working for Fightmedics and the Troxy in London is a great venue.

An evening of great fighting mostly MMA with some K1, including several title fights.

Friday, 2 September 2016

Maidenhead, London and Rio


This has been a busy week for us with schools going back and staff needing training.

We've provided first aid training for Oldfield School in Maidenhead and working for Salvus I spent two days in London at Heathside Preparatory School.

We provided medical cover at an event in Stoke Mandeville where the Heritage Flame for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games is being hosted.

A Paralympic athlete ignited the Heritage Flame in front of an audience of 1500 at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium, thousands more in Aylesbury's Vale Park and millions across the globe in September.

Looking ahead Saturday I'm working at the Troxy in London for Fightmedics covering MMA, Sunday a paediatric course for our NCT group and next week back to BCA for a FAAW.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Last Day at BCA


Last day of training for BCA staff, the weather held and we managed most of the day outside.

The team spent the afternoon having to attempt to resuscitate the fashion victims which were my manikins.

Really enjoyable course, looking forward to the next one.

Sunday, 28 August 2016

MMA and K1 in Guildford


A very busy night working for Fightmedics at G-live in Guildford.

21 Mixed Marshal Arts and Kick Boxing fights from 17.00 till late.

No serious injuries, some great fighting and always good working with Michaela, owner of Fightmedics.

Friday, 26 August 2016

FAAW at BCA College


Hot, very hot.  Great excuse to spend the days out in the sun covering the FAAW syllabus.

Always a pleasure returning to BCA, great staff, great venue and this week great weather.

Heading back next week to complete day three and back in September for a second FAAW.

Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People Summer Camp


This is our third year working with Hearing Dogs for Deaf People providing opportunities for local children to experience life at The Grange and working with dog's.

It has been popular, the weather helped along with the amazing staff and wonderful dogs.  It wouldn't have been possible without a group of lovely young people all with a common interest in dogs.

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Two Arms, Two Legs, Bears and Mats


A very varied week so far.

At the weekend an outdoor first aid course with a couple of to the States to complete a long distance trail complete with bears, an Emergency First Aid Course for staff from UK Mats and I attended a scenario meeting with River and Canal Trust as we're providing medical cover for their Half Marathon in September which includes canals from Aylesbury to Wendover.

The images are examples of Mats at UK Mats, Mats so good they literally hang them on the walls.

Looking ahead, a couple of admin days, a breakfast meeting and an A&E shift in Oxford.

Thursday, 4 August 2016

Bouldering with the Pony Club


A little break from the norm, I ran a bouldering session at BCA College for the Hughendon Valley Pony Club who are on their annual camp.

Really nice group, very up for climbing and enjoyed the random games we came up with.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

First Aid Training


It's has been a busy time since last post.  Mostly A&E work, a couple of presentations at business meetings and lots of admin.

I did run a CPC first aid course for drivers for Coates HGV and Just Training in Slough.

Looking ahead more A&E, a random climbing session for the Pony Club and prep for a busy spell teaching.

Sunday, 17 July 2016

Every day is a School Day


It has been a very busy week, two days A&E,  two days working with SONET (Southampton and Oxford NEonatal Transport) and a trip to NEC Birmingham for a conference and update in first aid training including a masterclass in Celox Haemostatic Dressings from their training manager.

Exciting opportunities ahead, I will be updating via my blog blended and new online learning courses.

Next week is an administrative week, with a day teaching drivers for their CPC requirements and a talk to business owners from Marlow and surrounding areas on Health and Safety, First Aid and keeping the right side of legislation.

Saturday, 9 July 2016

A Week of Two Halves


At the beginning of the week I had a change of A&E work and drove for SONET, Southampton & Oxford Neonatal Transport out of the John Radcliffe Hospital.  This was with an amazing team of dedicated medical professionals who take care of critically ill babies and transport them in specially equipped ambulances.

At the end of the week I was working for Fightmedics covering an evening of Boxing, Kick Boxing and Mixed Marshal Arts in Essex.  Always a pleasure to work with Michaela and her team.

Looking ahead this week we have A&E work, admin and two more shifts with SONET.