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Whiteleaf Training was set up in 2001, and in 2007 we gained approval from the Health and Safety Executive to deliver accredited First Aid at Work training courses. We have continued to work to the high standards set by the HSE approval system and have taught over 9,000 students life saving skills.

We love the work we do and believe with a passion that everyone deserves to get help in a crisis from some one who knows what to do.

We are proud of the fact that our training has helped save lives and made a difference (even if in a small way) we believe our students are amazing for putting themselves in a position to respond in a crisis (it is scary no matter how much training you have!)

I am a nurse with over 30 years experience (20 of those training within the first aid sector). I saw an opportunity to provide a refreshing alternative in a market that was dominated locally by large companies with centralised call centres offering little customer flexibility.

I also felt that first aid training delivery had become tired and repetitive, lacking in real experience of dealing with medical emergencies. If you are going to give up hours of your time to learn first aid you need to enjoy it. I wanted to inject a little energy, enthusiasm and enjoyment back into the training. Doing first aid might be a serious subject but that does not mean that learning it has to be, my goal is to raise a laugh within the first few minutes of any course I run. The feedback from our students proves we achieve this some have even wanted to stay longer!

Whiteleaf has been lucky to put together a unique team of instructors. All were selected for their outstanding teaching ability, sense of humour and experience.

Whiteleaf is a family run business with Robert Seaman also being a Director. Robert started his working life as a policeman but then moved over to the NHS Ambulance service. He was a Paramedic for 10 years before moving on to Emergency Planning and eventually becoming Director of Operations for the Oxfordshire Ambulance Service. Robert brings over 30 years of expertise responding to emergencies to the Whiteleaf team. Our students love to hear his stories about life in the ambulance service so for 2013 we are encouraging him to add these stories to our blog.

In 2009 Whiteleaf was joined by Nicola Edwards, she has enabled Whiteleaf to provide even better customer service and joined the board of Directors in 2011.
The company has Public Liability & Professional Indemnity insurance. All of our instructors and assessors have the qualifications required by the Health and Safety Executive to carry out their role.

We take our role very responsibly and by buying a course from us you are getting all the value from years of real life experience.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and I look forward to meeting you soon.

Best wishes


Sarah Seaman RGN