Darlington First Aid Training

Tony Clough provider of Darlington First Aid TrainingWe provide training in the Darlington area to support workplaces, health and dental practices in First Aid, CPR and defibrillator use.

We are a quality first aid training company accredited by First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) and a member of Federation Of First Aid Training Organisation (FOFATO) this is following on from the HSE approval we had gained in 2011. We are well established to satisfy and fulfill all your companies legal first aid training requirements.

Open and inhouse First Aid Training courses available

All our courses are compliant with HSE First Aid Training requirements - www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/geis3.pdf

We use the very best instructors all of whom have a wealth of experience in their subject knowledge and come from an operational first aid background - including Paramedics, Nurses and Fire Fighters.

Book us to come to you, all we ask is for a training room large enough to accommodate a maximum of 12 of your employees, or come to one of our training venues. Safety is what we are about of course and while Covid-19 restrictions are in place we have made changes to ensure we protect your safety whilst being trained.

London 2012 Olympics - Tony Clough first aid provision

In 2012 Tony was part of the medical team at the Olympic's. He was selected to be a First Responder based at the Aquatic Park and Water Polo Arena.


"I had a fantastic life experience and recommend volunteering to everyone. I was asked to go to the Olympics in Rio in 2016 but would have to learn Portuguese"

As a volunteer Community First Responder Tony has earned two Royal Humane Society Certificate's of Resuscitation for his participation in resuscitating two persons in Cardiac Arrest,

"Yes its something I'm very proud of. It's the highest civilian award you can get for this sort of thing and its unusual to get one but, I have earned two. I'm nothing special but if I can do it anyone can! Please learn first aid, one of the best skills anyone can learn."