A leading charity in Wales is giving people across the region the opportunity to win free first aid training.
To celebrate the opening of its brand new training centre, St John Cymru, is giving 12 winners the chance to win a place on one of its Emergency First Aid at Work courses, worth £99 +VAT.
Situated on North Wales Business Park, Abergele, the new training centre will be ideally located and help to support local communities and businesses across North Wales.
The 1,130 sq. ft. space will also allow the first aid specialists to continue providing first aid awareness in Abergele and the surrounding areas. The centre will also work in conjunction with St John Cymru’s Wrexham training centre to help deliver first aid and safety training across North Wales.
St John Cymru Business Manager Debbie Rees said: “We’re excited to be opening our new training centre in Abergele.
“Larger than our current training centre space, Abergele will be able to facilitate more training courses so local businesses and community members will have access to a wider range of our training courses.
“We anticipate our newest course addition, Mental Health First Aid, to prove particularly popular due to the better understanding people now have about the importance of mental health awareness in the workplace and wider community.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer this fantastic competition which will see 12 people from different organisations learn the importance of first aid and the difference the skills learned can make in an emergency situation,” she added.
St John Cymru is also offering a wide range of free community first aid training sessions available for communities in Abergele and the surrounding area, throughout May and June, the first of which takes place on Friday 24th May.
To enter and be in with a chance of winning a free place on one of St John Cymru’s Emergency First Aid at Work training courses, simply visit the website and fill in your details before 12pm Friday 26th April.
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