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The move has been partly initiated because of the overwhelming response of its South London equivalent. The training appears to be pitched at an affordable price that many nannies, nursery workers and carers feel they can afford. The course appears to sell out each week, and has received good reviews. The only negative is that some candidates have complained about having to make long journeys South of the River.
The new line of Paediatric first aid courses should open up the training to candidates living in North London, and even those who live in the Northern Home counties. It should reduce journey times, open up the market place and lower the overall cost for the candidate. Highgate is easily accessible from any part of London, and connects directly to London bridge main line station, which is one of the capitals great transport hubs.
The new Training course will run over two consecutive Saturdays, as per the South London equivalent. Courses like these tend to suit child workers who have to work during the week, and who only have free time during the weekends. Many open courses are held during the week, which means that people struggle to update their first aid certificates. Ellie Hayward from http://www.train-
“This move had to happen because the general feedback was that people were travelling to long a distance to our courses. It seemed a bit unnecessary as the company also has a presence in North London. I am glad there is now a course running monthly in North London and expect it to prove as popular as the others”.
Overall this latest training edition should add competition to the marketplace, which should help consumers and lower their costs.
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