East Anglia First Aid - About Us
East Anglia First Aid  - Providing professional service without compromise
About Us
Here at East Anglia First Aid we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to develop essential emergency life support, first aid and safety skills which is high quality, affordable and accessible. It is our aim to provide excellent training, delivered by professional instructors who have first hand experience in the areas that they teach.
Reliability, quality assurance, credibility and competitive pricing is what we promise at all times with no compromise in service.
The company has two profiled instructors, both have worked as emergency services frontline personnel with over 20yrs combined experience in their fields and are first aid at work instructors.
Robert Pinder
Robert started his career at the age of 17 when he enlisted for the Royal Marines. He served as a Royal Marines Commando for over 9 years, spending time on exercises and in active service in many countries across the world, Robert believes these unique experiences were invaluable to him and his personal development.
In 1997 Robert left the Royal Marines and spent a couple of years working in the youth sector, namely as a team leader in the Prince's Trust. He then joined the fire service in 1999 and has worked as an operational firefighter since this time. Through his life experiences Robert has developed a wide variety of skills and experiences to bring to the training environment. 
Alongside his fire fighter role Robert manages most of the day to day aspects of the company. He is qualified to deliver all HSE approved first aid courses and leads on delivery of our fire safety and health and safety courses.
Robert believes that good knowledge and real life experiences are the key to delivering high quality training and education.
Louise Pinder
Having spent many years working in social care, mainly within a specialist Dementia care centre in Scotland, Louise fulfilled a long term ambition when she successfully gained entry to the ambulance service in 1999, she has been a registered qualified paramedic since 2001. Louise developed a real passion and drive for clinical education and skills development over the years, truly believing this is what makes the difference in the level of care that a person may receive.
In 2009 Louise persued this ambition and began working as a professional resuscitation training officer within NHS and more recently in primary care organisations. Louise strongly believes that first aid and CPR training is a fundamental life skill that everyone should have the opportunity to learn.
Louise has extensive experience in delivering training and presenting at various levels, she has undertaken many courses and is suitably qualified to teach resuscitation skills to a wide range of health care professionals. Louise uses her own skills, knowledge and expertise to provide ongoing development of nursing, medical and allied health care staff in both resuscitation and first aid skills.
Louise is a qualified First Aid Instructor to deliver all HSE approved first aid courses.