Allstar Training are on the lookout for someone amazing to join the team!

Due to expansion and our ongoing success, we’re in search of our next recruit to strengthen the Allstar Team. The role is for an Account Manager, to help look after and provide an excellent service to our clients, as well as creating brand awareness and bringing in new business to the company. Experience in Training or Recruitment would be preferable, …

Primary School teaches First Aid Awareness

Pupils from Year 5 at Claydon Primary School attended a half day training course, which included coverage of emergency situations, as well as minor injuries and the recovery position. Our qualified Allstar Training instructor was really impressed with the students’ interest and willingness to learn basic life-saving skills, especially given their young age! One of the class teachers said, “The …

Return of Company Director moves Allstar from Strength to Strength

This Monday was an important date for Allstar Training.  Our Director Lauren Ward returned to work after maternity leave. Lauren has kept her hand in during her nine months off official work duties but has now returned on a permanent basis. The Allstar team have managed to share the workload since Laurens departure in October last year but are thrilled …

Life-savers in the making at Stoke High School

July saw the first ‘Life-Skills’ week at a local high school in Ipswich. Students from year 8 and 9 at Stoke High School – Ormiston Academy, moved away from typical curriculum for two days and attended a number of different activities from first aid awareness to self-defence and problem solving. Our Allstar Training Tutors went on site to the school …

EACH Firewalk

Saturday 7th September 2019 saw our Director, Richard Dean complete his sponsored challenge of walking across fire! Allstar Training are very proud to have sponsored this amazing event, fundraising for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH). The event was hosted by friends of Allstar Training, Jon & Jo Rawlings, in memory of their son James, who sadly passed away three years …

Safety Harness Importance

Introduction Safety should be number one priority regardless of what you are doing. When you are in a working environment, your awareness for accident risks should be increased as you must be careful. In 2014/2015, 40 fatalities; over 3000 major injuries; over 4500 lasting over 7 days all came from unfortunate events of falling from heights. Safety is important. Why …

Construction Plant Machinery

Everyone at work needs to know how to work safely and without risk to health.  Clear instructions must be provided along with any information and adequate training to do the job or use the equipment to complete a task. The construction industry currently accounts for over 3 million jobs in the UK. Due to the nature of the work, it …

Restart a Heart Day 2019

What is it? Restart a Heart Day raises awareness about cardiac arrest and helps people to learn CPR, giving them life-saving skills and the confidence to use them.  When is it? Restart a Heart day is on or around 16th October each year and 2019 will mark the sixth annual organised event. Who needs to know? All citizens on the …

Top Fire Safety tips from Allstar Training

Fire Marshal training has been in such big demand over the last month, we had to hold extra dates for courses. Below, we have put together some easy to follow, top tips for fire safety. Keep things neat and tidy A lot can be said for keeping things in order and this can help combat a range of different potential …

What is PAT Testing?

We all see those little stickers on plugs and electrical equipment, but what are they for? PAT or Portable Appliance Testing is the name of a process where electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. Essentially, this is a safety regulation to ensure that any people, workers, or tenants who might come into contact with portable electrical appliances are not …