Meet the Team
- Stow Training Ltd have a wealth of knowledge, with over 80 years of expertise in the First Aid and Health and Safety sectors.
Alan specialises in management, Health & Safety and First Aid training. Gaining his experience whilst serving in the RAF for 26 years. During which time he was a trainer on the RAF leadership and management training school. And having overall responsibility for the unit's health and safety protocols and procedures and training requirements. He is also a member of IOSH.
Daisy has been working for Stow Training for a year and a half and holds the position of Account Manager and Course Coordinator. She has a background in sales and retail.
Training Team Leader for Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire
Andy specializes in health & safety and also in fire safety. He spent 17 years working for the civil service before becoming a professional trainer in 1998.
Training Team Leader for Essex and Kent
Gloria was a First Aid Trainer for the Royal Mail until October 2011 before she started work for Stow Training Ltd.
Training Team Leader Suffolk and Norfolk
With over 10 years First Aid experience covering large events and conventions as a volunteer, Clifford has gained valuable experience, he has served as a Rapid Response Team member with the Adastral Park Emergency Service and as a Community First Responder.
Training Team Leader for Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire
Geoff holds an IHCD qualification and Royal College of Surgeons (Scotland) Pre Hospital Emergency Care Practitioner and has over 30 years experience within the first aid industry.
Training Team Leader for North East of Engand
Dale has a background in the Medical and Security Industries enables a wealth of experience and knowledge to be applied to the training and operations.
Bev has a background in early childhood education, disability and additional needs. She has worked for local authorities and, in recent years, the voluntary sector providing advice, support and training on disability, special educational needs and inclusive practice.