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.

Monday, 13 January 2020

Good Start to 2020

We have had a positive start to 2020, first aid training at Aylesbury Grammar School, The Horse Trust and BCA for both basic first aid and pet first aid for their health and sociql care students and animal management students.

Our ongoing commitment to primary care support is going well, supporting a local GP surgery with home visits.

Looking ahead continued primary care, life support training at Riverside Surgery and a trip to Kent for day one of First Aid At Work course at Orsett Golf Club.

Monday, 23 December 2019

Merry Christmas

As 2019 draws to an end we are keeping going over the festive period.

Our primary care service is working normal hours except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day, continuing our commitment to frontline pre hospital care I will be covering shifts on Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Our Last training course of the year was with the Horse Trust near Speen.  Their new training venue is a pleasure to work in and their staff team amazing.

Our last event of the year was with the South Bucks Choral Society annual carol concert, as always it was exceptionally good, with mince pies and mulled wine.

From everyone at

Invenio Training we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

For my NHS and Green family keep safe.

Sunday, 1 December 2019


As 2019 draws to an end, it has been an opportunity to look back at the last year.

We've trained hundreds of people young and old in life saving skills, we've had feedback on these skills being used.

We've covered events for the National Trust, a festivals, dozens of concerts, hundreds of hours working in primary care in the community and continued our commitment to provide emergency frontline cover.

On a personal note our family has increased by 50%, one boy and one girl.  Both wonderful and the best adventure yet.

Looking ahead, we've signed the Armed Forces Covenant (more to come), registered with the Health Practice Associates and look to recruit more trainers and medics next year.

A huge thank you to our existing team for all their efforts and to all our clients.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018


First Aid at Work training completed at MK Stadium, home of MK Dons.  Always a pleasure working with a motivated team and amazing facilities for scenarios.

We've also completed training at BCA college for staff and outdoor education students.

New clients include South Bucks hospice providing a suite of training for volunteers and staff.

Back to primary care tomorrow, with pre-hospital shifts at the weekend keeping skills current.

Looking forward to next week, with some CPD in London on a minor injury course.   Recently competed COPD and vaccination training.  Everyday is a schools day.

Monday, 8 October 2018

First Aid Training, Event Cover and Other Adventures

We have been very busy the last few months.  From a personal perspective recent training courses including minor illness, COPD and minor injury have up skilled instructors to not only have a deeper knowledge when delivering first aid training but allowed us to work in primary care gaining more skills and experience.

Recent clients have included Riding for Disabled Association, the National Trust, NHS, Thames Valley Air Ambulance, Hearing Dogs, Dogs for Good, John Hampden Grammar School, Salvus, Forestry Commission, Beaconfest with work in North Wales and Chamonix.  As well as maintaining commitment to Pre-hospital Emergency Care.

Future courses include National Nature Reserves, BCA, NHS and the Walled Garden.

We have been very fortunate to have provided medical cover for the National Trust at their 1940s weekend and Bradenham Bolt.