Monday-Friday 8:30am-17:30pm




3RD Floor, Ferry House, Sth Denes Rd,

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3PJ

Tel: 0845 8628911

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  Our Trainers   

James Copeman - Training & Personnel Director

Training and first aid has been a passion for me from an early time. I joined the St John Ambulance at the age of six, as a junior cadet to become Divisional Superintendent in charge of a division.  I now use the skills that I have learnt to pass to others to save a life. I enjoy training in may areas from teaching basic first aid to an advanced level, teaching  manual handling, food Hygiene and many care courses. I also enjoy walking and camping and involved with DofE in Norfolk.

Richard Baker - Quality Assurance Director

Adam Wright - Operations Director & Clinical lead

Robert Barker - Facilities Director

Having been a qualified nurse for several years I decided it was time for a career change and became a police officer. Maintaining my medical interest I joined the RAMC TA unit and served for servers years. After my retirement from the police I trained as a first aid instructor and assessor.  Utilising my first aid skills and medical background I became a Community First Responder with the East of England Ambulance Service and work as an event first aider.  I eventually became the facilities director at IAS Ltd. I am an associate member of the College of Paramedics and a member of The Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care

Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Chris Day - Trainer /Assessor

Chris day was born in Hertfordshire and settled in Norfolk after serving 25 years in the Royal Army Medical Corps as a Combat Medical Technician. After leaving the army he managed a pub for several years (squaddies dream job) before getting back into the medical training world. He has experience of teaching First Aid at Work, Health and Safety, Moving and Handling, food Safety at Level 2 and clinical skills including Emergency Medical Technician, Phlebotomy/cannulation. He continues to maintain these skills working on the ambulances with IKON. He likes to read and enjoys riding his Suzuki trike when possible.

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