Staying calm: A Parent’s Perspective

All our Mini First Aid trainers without exception can tell you at the drop of a hat why they do what they do. But there is nothing more powerful than hearing stories from parents who attend our classes. And Caroline’s story is no exception: It should have been an exciting day. Caroline Crotty had registered […]






Your vote counts

Your vote counts This week’s blog is a bit of a celebratory one with a call to action from our PR Manager, Jacky Burton: It is very easy to underestimate what our little ones are capable of. In a world increasingly driven by social media content, we are constantly reminded in a million different ways […]






A MUST or a SHOULD DO?

    A MUST do or a SHOULD do? Back in January, you might have read my blog about New Years resolutions and the fact that my bucket list for 2017 included a Mini First Aid course. Well, now I can be even more annoying and tell you that a few weeks ago, I actually […]






Elaine’s Story

  “I have never been so relieved I’d done a Mini First Aid course” We’ve had some media coverage this week which goes right to the heart of why we do what we do at Mini First Aid. First time Mum Elaine Botazzi saved her baby’s life when faced with every parent’s worst nightmare when […]






Mother’s Day reflection

Kate Ball, Mother and Peace Negotiator Happy Mother’s Day to you all. To all the Dads walking round my local area this morning (with grumpy children dragged from their position in front of the TV to be out the house to give mums a break) you are wonderful. To the soft play that provided every […]