This morning, I had a conundrum.

Before I left for work, I had to choose what to have for breakfast – a tube of yoghurt or an apple, since those were the only things in my fridge. It was a hard choice because I had to pick which one was best for my diet. Both had the required amount of sugar I needed to start my day, and both had, more or less, the same amount of calories. The problem came with the yoghurt. It had protein, which was great, but it was also a dairy product, which my diet says I have to limit.

In the end, I went with the apple. I needed to abide by the rules I set for myself. Sometimes, unfortunately, you just can’t choose the yoghurt.

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She can go Orr the way! 

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LAST UPDATED: 03/01/2019

In response to a  Paediatric First Aid Forum among Awarding Organisations held in July 2018, changes were made to our Paediatric First Aid units.

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two people discussing IQA and sampling

Are you new to training? Have you just become a TQUK Recognised Centre? Well, we’re happy to have you!

We recognise new centres almost every day and those centres often need help getting used to our quality assurance processes.

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The heart.

It’s one of the most important organs in your body and certainly one of the hardest working.

The average heart over an 80-year lifespan beats 3,363840,000 times. In a single day, the heart uses 115,000 J of energy to pump blood through your body, which is the same amount of energy a 70 kg object would generate after falling from a 550-foot building.

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