Voucher Terms and Conditions

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Voucher Terms and Conditions

 

  •   By entering this competition, you confirm that you have read and fully understand the following terms and conditions.
  •  Competition details form part of these terms and conditions.
  • To enter the competition, Tweet using the Twitter hashtag provided by Lubas Medical.
  •  Competition winner will be picked at random from all entries via Twitter.
  •  Voucher valid until 25th November 2018.
  • £50 discount voucher may be used on any Lubas Medical Ltd course or product.
  • No refund or transfer will be offered if the winner cannot attend the chosen course after booking confirmation is complete. 
  •  Entry is open to residents of the UK except employees (and their families) of Lubas Medical Ltd, its printers and agents, the suppliers of the prizes and any other companies associated with the competitions.
  • The entrant(s) must be aged 18 or over. Proof of identity and age may be required.
  • Use of a false name or address will result in disqualification.
  • Entries that are incomplete, illegible, indecipherable, or inaudible (if made by phone) will not be valid and deemed void.
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  • All entries must be made directly by the person entering the competition.
  • No responsibility can be accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed in the post, or due to computer error in transit.
  • The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.
  • The winner(s) is (are) responsible for expenses and arrangements not specifically included in the prizes, including any necessary travel, accommodation, travel documents, passports and visas.
  • Prizes are subject to availability and the prize suppliers' terms and conditions.
  • The promoters reserve the right to amend or alter the terms of competitions at any time and reject entries from entrants not entering the spirit of the competition.
  • In the event of a prize being unavailable, the promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.

 

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Competition Terms and Conditions

  • By entering this competition, you confirm that you have read and fully understand the following terms and conditions.

 

  •  Competition details form part of these terms and conditions.

 

  •  To enter the competition, fill in your correct details on the Lubas slip provided and place in the competition box.

 

  •   Competition winner will be picked at random.

 

  •  Free course place valid until 25th June 2018.

 

  •  Voucher may only be used on Lubas Sports Trauma Management and Lubas Wound Management courses with available spaces.

 

  •  No refund or transfer will be offered if the winner cannot attend the chosen course after booking confirmation is complete.

 

  • Entry is open to residents of the UK except employees (and their families) of Lubas Medical Ltd, its printers and agents, the suppliers of the prizes and any other companies associated with the competitions.

 

  • The entrant(s) must be aged 18 or over. Proof of identity and age may be required.

 

  •  Use of a false name or address will result in disqualification.

 

  •   Entries that are incomplete, illegible, indecipherable, or inaudible (if made by phone) will not be valid and deemed void.

 

  •  All entries must be made directly by the person entering the competition.

 

  •   No responsibility can be accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed in the post, or due to computer error in transit.

 

  •  The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.

 

  •  The winner(s) is (are) responsible for expenses and arrangements not specifically included in the prizes, including any necessary travel, accommodation, travel documents, passports and visas.

 

  • Prizes are subject to availability and the prize suppliers' terms and conditions.

 

  •   The promoters reserve the right to amend or alter the terms of competitions at any time and reject entries from entrants not entering the spirit of the competition.

 

 

  •  In the event of a prize being unavailable, the promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.

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The perfect solution to a missed CPD session

We know how frustrating it is to miss your annual dental or GP CPR session. As a member of staff it means a hole in your personal development. For a practice manager it creates a huge headache trying to organise an entire CPR or First Aid session just for one or two staff members.

We've created the perfect solution. Whether you're a practice manager trying to arrange staff training or a clinician looking for those extra CPD points, we have the courses for you. We have now added a new area to our website where you can book in on regular CPD session on a whole host of relevant subjects.

The sessions are run from our training suite at Pinewood studios in Cardiff at a variety of different times to suit your busy schedule.

We are looking to expand the numberof courses and vary the subject matter as much as possible, whilst also running regular session on the most popular topics.

If you can't find the course you're looking for, please contact us as it's your suggestions and ideas that usually end up on the course list!

For more information visit the 'CPD Drop-in sessions' page on our site.

LUBAS MEDICAL LTD

LUBAS is a family run business based in Cardiff. We provide an array of Medical Training, Event & Production Staff and services that suit a range of needs.

We love what we do and are a constantly growing and evolving family of staff. We’re always looking to improve and innovate in the way we deliver our services.

We are looking for a new Training Officer to add to our vibrant and ever-growing team. We want applicants who are hungry to learn more and develop both themselves, and the company, and embrace the Lubas Medical culture.

Lubas Medical Training Officer – Job Role and Specification

 Role:        Training Officer

Salary:      Starting rate of £25000 per annum (up to £30000)

Location:  Lubas Medical, Pinewood Studio Wales, Cardiff

Hours:       9 – 5 Monday to Friday (however some evening and weekend work required)

Benefits:    Use of Lubas company car during work hours

                   Auto enrolment into Lubas Pension Scheme

                  Additional paid Christmas Holidays (following successful probation)

                  Free eye care (up to £100)

                  Healthy eating programme – free fruit

Job Description

The Lubas Medical Training Officer role will primarily consist of teaching a variety of courses from basic level first aid, Basic Life Support, CPR, Automated External Defibrillation and Medical Emergencies Administration in GP surgeries and dental practices.

Training Officers will also teach Lubas Medical First Aid for Sport & Exercise (Level 1 & 2) and Sports Trauma Management courses for healthcare professionals in sport.

We pride ourselves on our unique, effective delivery of training that is evident in all our courses. We have an adaptable, flexible, professional and friendly approach that all our instructors are expected to project while teaching. 

Job Specification

Prospective applicants should understand that the Training Officer role requires the following specification:

Essential

* Applicants must firstly be fully prepared to embrace the Lubas Medical culture, and maintain and abide by our principles of work.

* It is essential that applicants hold a valid Nursing or Paramedic qualification to enable them to teach at the level required.

* Applicants must hold a valid UK driver’s licence.

* Applicants must be adaptable. Different audiences and levels may require different approaches but must still be delivered in our specific style.

* We require Training Officers to be personable and approachable – we excel at building long – term relationships with our customers and our Training Officers play a huge part in this.

* Travel will be required on most working days. Therefore, Training Officers must be flexible and willing to travel.

* Organisational skills are essential to maintain a high attention to detail – our Training Officers are self- sufficient and plan their own weekly workload.

* Applicants must be ambitious and keen to develop their role within Lubas Medical.

* We rely on all our staff to look for opportunities to be innovative in the way we deliver our services. This also includes looking for ways of increasing and customising our services to suit each individual customer. Training Officers should always be looking at ways to improve their own skills along with the development of the company

Desirable

* Any previous teaching experience would be advantageous

 * Any teaching qualifications you currently hold would also be desirable.

* Additional C1 driving licence and/or blue lights trained

* Any additional skills and qualifications that we don’t currently have within Lubas Medical.

* Evidence of up to date Continual Professional Development

* Qualifications in Advanced Life Support

Closing date 4/1/17

 

 

 This week is child safety week raising awareness of the risks of childhood accidents and how we can prevent them.   There are potential risks around every corner for developing and inquiring minds. Hot pans being pulled from the stove, trips and falls, road safety, swallowing of poisons to name but a few. 

I have two children of my own and have had to deal with numerous accidents throughout their lives, falls, insect stings, illness and even the ingestion of medication.  Being a qualified nurse of 20 years and now a training officer for Lubas medical,  I feel prepared to cope with most situations, but when it comes to my own children things can always seem that little bit more worrying. It would appear I have not passed this anxiety onto them.   I remember my daughter probably about 8 at the time fell from the trampoline and was crying in pain, when I asked her what happened she said she there was no point in telling me because all I would say is “you’ll be okay” when I asked her is that what I always say she said “yes, but you’re always right”.  She cried for a little bit more and then ran off to play on the trampoline again.  There were times however when I didn’t know it would be alright and remember 2 ambulance rides with my son, one when he had fever, thankfully from tonsillitis and not meningitis and the other when his lips swelled due to an allergic reaction I am thankful that I knew the signs to look for that indicated to me he was very unwell, and knew the appropriate action to take.

 

Choking is a medical emergency that has always worried me and even more so where children are concerned.  We all know that children put everything and anything in their mouths indeed my inquisitive daughter was once found eating the dogs’ dinner! As a child I can still remember my mother hitting a friend of mine hard on the back to dislodge a fifty pence piece that was stuck in her throat, thankfully she lived to tell the tale, but tragically some children do not. 

We cannot wrap our children in cotton-wool nor supervise them 24 hours a day as they grow and seek independence, but we can prepare ourselves with knowledge and skills and be able to react what we should do when an accident happens.  The message of this child safety week is turn off technology, to become less distracted and look at the world around us and the potential risks it holds for our children. You could use this time to attend a first aid for parents course so you will be prepared if an accident should happen. We at Lubas medical can run such courses anywhere, playgroups, mother and toddler groups or even work places. Give us a call to arrange a course today.

http://www.childsafetyweek.org.uk/ 

 

 (https://www.facebook.com/events/238369713209241/ - Facebook event page)

(http://www.lubasmedical.com/lubas-medical-courses/course-info/first-aid-for-parents - Course page for booking and more info)

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