Welcome to Medrock Training Ltd.

Established by Paul in 2003 after attending what he describes as "an overly complicated way of teaching first aid'. The company was formed with 2 overriding and simple philosophies - that of delivering competitively priced, high quality, jargon free training, but more importantly of only using experienced trainers with an operational background in their chosen topic of instruction; experts in their field of either trauma care or fire fighting.

Each of our First Aid and Fire Awareness instructors have a proven background within either trauma care or Firefighting, our Fire Awareness instructors are all serving Firefighters, each of them possessing formal teaching qualifications and experience. We pride ourselves in our no-nonsense and pragmatic approach to both First Aid and Fire Awareness and are so confident in our training methods and delivery that we will provide our training free if you are not completely satisfied with it.

Medrock Training Ltd has, and continues to conduct First Aid and Fire Awareness training for large and small organisations throughout the UK and Eire, in particular we are proud to be the First Aid Training providers for Lincolnshire Police Force. We ensure that every delegate is fully integrated into the training using multimedia instructional methods such as video, role play, games and quizzes; this ensures your staff enjoy and are fully involved in the training course. Our training not only satisfies statutory requirements but we are confident that as members of the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) that it will exceeds what has been required by the Health & Safety Executive, please call us, obligation free, to discuss your training needs.

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