The First Aid Industry Body Medical/Teaching Advisers

 

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Vicky Dollard

Previously a Senior Nursing Sister with over 24 years experience both nationally and internationally in the Public and Private sectors.

Victoria is the founder and Managing Director of a Training and Care Quality Commission (CQC)  Ambulance provider with a Global reach delivering all levels of First Aid, Medical, Security, Health and Safety and Teacher Training.

Victoria currently holds a 1st Class Honours Degree in Education and a Certificate in Education. Victoria is now currently studying for a Doctorate in Education, exploring the concepts of Health Education and Health Literacy particularly focusing on health curriculums for Educational establishments.

Victoria has sat on International Committees who have been researching and developing a number of Re-Training programmes.

She initially became involved in First Aid during 2005 whilst her husband was serving in Iraq, volunteering her services to St John Ambulance as a trainer and assessor later becoming an Area Training Co-ordinator. It was due to these volunteering efforts that she was awarded a Global Recognition Award by Baxter Healthcare International.

Victoria has a true passion for Education and Teaching believing that anyone can learn given the right environment. She also believes that high standards of Trainers is paramount and is regularly asked to mentor new Trainers.

She is also a Trustee of a Charity that focus on raising awareness for implementing First Aid and AED’s into schools and the community.

 

 Simon Green

Dr Simon Green MB ChB, MRCGP

Simon has been a GP in Solihull for 30 years and is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Birmingham University. He has also been an Aero-medical Doctor  for 30 years and has been undertaking repatriations around the world. He conducts Pre-hospital Care course to Oxford University, Edinburgh University, Imperial College (London), and the Natural History Museum in London. He is also the Medical Director at Marlin Training.