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Kenny is a Full Time Paramedic in Glasgow, he was a Special Operations Response Team (SORT) Paramedic in the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) he is trained to use the full range of paramedic skills. He can deliver these lifesaving skills in challenging and hazardous environments whilst wearing specialist equipment. He was responsible for triage, treatment and care of patients within the inner cordon of an incident from multi casualty firearms to swift water rescue incidents.
In addition to this Kenny previously specialised in incident management including major incident response and casualty decontamination. When he is not busy working as a paramedic, he delivers many different qualifications from First Aid to Fire Marshal to individuals and companies. Before he became a paramedic he spent 10 years in the Royal Air Force (RAF) Regiment and served over 4 years on full time duties with the RAF Leuchars Mountain Rescue Team (RAF MRT), as the Communications Manager he attended many mountain rescue call outs and multiple aircraft crash incidents around Scotland, UK and abroad as both a mountain leader and a search manager during this time.
Kenny set up MK Safety Solutions in 2013 after seeing the different first aid techniques being used by members of the public.
After several years in the military, Will joined one of the most successful ambulance trusts in the world. He was employed in one of the Ambulance Control Centres before moving onto operational Accident & Emergency Duties as an Emergency Medical Technician. Will then progressed onto becoming a Paramedic at a busy urban ambulance station. Will has spent years developing his clinical skills on a Paramedic Response Car. Will applied and passed selection allowing him to join the Air Ambulance Service as an Aircrew Paramedic. After honing and developing his skills as both a Paramedic and a Mentor Will was selected to be part of the Education Team for the Ambulance Trust.
Will has been in an education role since 2014. Beginning as a Practice Placement Educator, assessing and supporting students in clinical practice while responding to routine and 999 emergency calls. Developing their skills and knowledge to qualify as either a Emergency Medical Technician or a Paramedic.
Will moved to the University as a Practice Educator, supporting Associate Lecturers in the delivery and assessment of university educational medical programmes at a undergraduate level. In his current role, Will delivers a variety of educational programmes which include; Vocational Qualification Diploma for Associate Ambulance Practitioners, Annual Learning in Practice Training courses to qualified Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics, Emergency Response Ambulance Driving Instructor.
Will is passionate about education and continuing professional development.
Mark was an Adult nurse prior to joining the ambulance service. He has experience of working in both Orthopaedics and Intensive therapy specialities. He did this for over 5 years. He joined the ambulance service in 2002 as an Ambulance Care Assistant quickly gaining promotion to Ambulance Technician in 12 weeks. He remained at this grade for almost 18 months where he gained a post as a paramedic.
Mark has gained a vast amount of experience working as part of a crew and as a single responder on a primary response car. He was an operational paramedic for 10 years before he made the move into an educational role. He has gained a Bsc in Health Studies and PgCert in Education and Training. Mark also completed qualifications such as CAVA and is an IQA. He is an Emergency Response Driving Instructor and holds the new DERADI qualification. In 2019 he became the only National Principal Assessor of driving within Scotland. This allows him to train driving instructors undertaking the DERADI qualification.
Mark delivers Vocational Qualifications, Annual Learning in Practice training courses to both EMT and Paramedic staff and emergency response driver training.
Mark is keen to support and develop everyone he comes into contact with whilst delivering learning.
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