Neasdon Primary School
|When were you in year 6?|
|What do you do now?|
I am now an I.M.P.S. trainer. From trainee to trainer!
|Did I.M.P.S. help to influence this in any way?|
I believe I.M.P.S. strongly influenced my current career as it was interesting, fun and a hands on role when we learnt it at school. Being interested in a topic makes you keen to learn more, I went on and used these skills to do my life guard training, my Duke of Edinburgh award, and study rehabilitation at university.
|Have you ever used any I.M.P.S. skills?|
I use my I.M.P.S. skills every time I am at work, training young students and also first aid duties within my rehabilitation job.
|Does your job require you to use any risk management, injury prevention or first aid skills?|
Indeed, I risk assess as I work with groups of children, therefore have to be constantly aware of my surroundings to keep them safe but also myself.
|Do you think your I.M.P.S. training has made a difference to you?|
I.M.P.S. training has made a difference for me, I really enjoy the role, but mostly because being more educated and aware from a young age helps prevent more injuries from happening.
March 02, 2016