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Splitting PDF Certificates Sept 2018

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

Certificates are emailed in PDF format. They come as one file, no matter how many certificates are in the batch. You may want them individually to forward or upload. This can easily be done at https://www.ilovepdf.com/split_pdf

Save the PDF document to your computer:

  1. Click in the red ‘Select PDF file’ box
  2. Click ‘Extract all pages’
  3. Press ‘Split PDF’

The split documents will then be downloaded to your computer.

 

Change of Address

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

Please note that as of July 2018, our postal address has changed to First Emergence Ltd, (Box 87) 1391 London Road, Leigh-On-Sea, Essex, SS9 2SA.  Anything posted to the old address will be forwarded.

Changes to Level 3 Safeguarding

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

There is a proposed competency framework by the intercollegiate group who decide and implement the Safeguarding frameworks. At present this framework is still up for consultation and has not yet been approved. This said, it does appear that a number of regions are using the framework for training.

First Emergence Ltd are pleased to confirm that our materials meet the requirements for Adult Level 3 Safeguarding so are now advertising our Level 3 Safeguarding course as Children and Adults.

Details are on the Safeguarding page of the website.

Safeguarding Courses now Verifiable CPD

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

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First Emergence Ltd are pleased to confirm that the CPD Verification Service has certified our Safeguarding courses as Verifiable CPD.
They have confirmed that all three levels of Safeguarding we provide, offer outstanding learning and are happy for us to use their CPD Certified logo on all materials associated with it.

Tracy Wise, Training Consultant at First Emergence Ltd:
“The Safeguarding suite of courses has been specifically designed to meet the needs of the Healthcare Sector.  Not only does it cover the requirements from key legislation, the material is delivered in high impact face to face training using easy to understand examples.”

 

E-Portfolio AED / Defibrillator terminology

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

Within the healthcare sector, the terms AED and Defibrillator (or defib for short) are used interchangeably.  The E-Portfolio system that General Practitioners use states that it requires a certificate confirming AED training.  Our certificate use the term Defibrillator.  Matt Butcher from the London Deanary,  RCGP, has confirmed that they are happy to accept our certificates using the term Defibrillator.

Two new courses for May 2016

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

After working extensively with a number of our regular customers, we are pleased to announce two new courses covering customer relations.

Customer Focussed Communications explores how and why we communicate and how to communicate effectively to the range of different people you may be dealing with on a daily basis.

Customer Care and Conflict Management discusses how positive customer care can reduce conflict and explores conflict escalation and route to help de-escalate a situation.

All specific details for these two courses can be found by following the links above.

Splitting PDF Certificates

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

Certificates are emailed in PDF format. They come as one file, no matter how many certificates are in the batch. You may want them individually to forward or upload. This can easily be done at http://www.splitpdf.com/.

Save the PDF document to your computer:

  1. Drag it to the box
  2. Click ‘Extract all pages into seperate files’
  3. Press ‘Split’

The split documents will then be downloaded to your computer.

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Certificate of Attendance

Written by Martin Parish. Posted in Uncategorised

We have been asked recently whether we can award a delegate a Certificate of Attendance.  The learner did not meet the requirements of the course so failed to be awarded our usual Certificate of Competence.  The answer is No, but I wanted to explain why:

What would a Certificate of Attendance mean?  It would mean that a learner sat in the room, paid no attention, contributed nothing and demonstrated no learning.  Why would we certificate this?

Any organisation being presented with a Certificate of Attendance is going to come to the same conclusion.  A Certificate of Attendance is meaningless.