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Watson Training Services offer a range of First Aid and Health & Safety courses. Based in Harrogate, we offer courses across the Yorkshire region and nationwide. Our ex-military and award winning professional instructors provide expert teaching using the very latest equipment and training aids.

Our courses meet the criteria and guidelines as laid out By OFSTED and EYFS and are accredited through Qualsafe Awards and FAA (First Aid Awards) to teach a range of QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework) awards we also use CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) and HABC (highfield awarding body of compliance) to deliver a range of Health and Safety Courses. We are also an approved First Aid training provider of North Yorkshire County Council.

As well as our scheduled course dates Watson Training Services offer bespoke programs, tailor made to suit both individuals and businesses of any size. If there is a specific course you require, but can’t see it on our website please contact us and we will arrange your desired course.


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Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis

Most People associate Anaphylaxis with food allergies, but this is not the case. Exercise induced anaphylaxis is a potentially-serious condition in which anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction) occurs during or after physical activity. What are the symptoms that could occur? Mild symptoms that may occur include:  Widespread flushing of… Read More


What your need to know! The full guidance on schools being able to halve spare EPIPEN/EMERADE/JEXT Auto-Injectors is here. Broken down the document states to hold the injections school must have a child already assessed as being at risk from Anaphylaxis (Already has an allergy with an Auto-Injector prescribed) The… Read More

New “Spare” Adrena...

NEW LEGISLATION ALLOWS “SPARE” EMERGENCY ADRENALINE The new Legislation we have all been waiting for was officially passed on the 7th July at Westminster and will come into effect on the 1st October 2017. The legislation will allow schools in the UK to keep spare adrenaline auto-injectors (AAIs) for emergency… Read More