Conducting Hybrid First Aid Training for Raffles Maldives Resort

ThinkSAFE Maldives recently conducted a successful first aid training program for the staff of Raffles Maldives Resort, using its newly introduced hybrid training system. This innovative approach allows participants to complete theory modules online, and then come together for 5 hours of practical training in the classroom.

The hybrid training system was well received by the resort staff, who appreciated the flexibility it provided, as they were able to complete the theory modules at their own pace and in their own time. This approach also minimized the amount of time that staff needed to spend in the classroom, which was especially important given their busy schedules.

During the in-class portion of the training, the ThinkSAFE Maldives trainers focused on providing practical instruction in basic first aid, including the use of an AED. The trainers are highly skilled and experienced, and they used state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that the training was as realistic as possible.

At the end of the training, 8 staff members of Raffles Maldives Resort were certified in basic first aid with AED, demonstrating their proficiency in responding to emergency situations. This certification provides peace of mind for both the resort management and guests, knowing that the staff is well-equipped to handle any medical emergencies that may arise.

The hybrid training system is a highly effective and flexible approach to first aid training, which can be used by any organization looking to minimize in-class time, or for managerial staff who wish to complete part of the training on their own time. The system is ideal for busy professionals who need to balance their work responsibilities with their training requirements.

In summary, ThinkSAFE Maldives has successfully conducted a first aid training program using its innovative hybrid training system for the staff of Raffles Maldives Resort. The training was highly effective and flexible, allowing the resort staff to complete the theory modules online and the practical training in-class. The program was well-received by the staff, who were certified in basic first aid with AED, providing reassurance to both the resort management and guests. The hybrid training system is a valuable approach to first aid training that can be used by any organization looking for a flexible and effective way to train their staff.