Clare Musk: First Aid Trainer with First Aid-Mallorca

A little bit about the instructor: I come from Australia where I was a former Registered Nurse, having worked in Paediatrics, Emergency, and Operating Theatres. I made a move to the UK and decided I wanted to move into the teaching arena. Where I taught Mandatory Training, Manual Handling and First Aid to healthcare workers.

I took some time off teaching and explored the oceans, working on-board Superyachts, as stewardess and Medic. This job took me to Mallorca where I settled and I picked up my nursing skills once more working for Medical Support Offshore (MSOS).

I teach bestoked One Day Elementary First Aid courses to Superyacht crew for MSOS. As well as teach First Responders on-board how to use the “Themis” which is a Telemedical Communication Platform. Sending patient information directly to a Doctor, if a crew member or guest is unwell out at sea.

Helping others is a passion of mine, which is why I find training people in first aid and medical support so very rewarding. What could be better than potentially saving a life?

Sam Shelley: First Aid Trainer with First Aid-Mallorca

Sam at First Aid Mallorca

Sam Shelley
Penguin first aid an optional extra!

Sam is qualified teacher and outdoor instructor with over 15 years of first aid experience. Sam, through long term teaching experience, has refined her style of training to be as involving and straight forward as possible.  This has proved particularly valuable for members of the public from all walks of life and backgrounds.

Sam has trained in advanced and wilderness first aid skills. She has lead many expeditions to remote locations including the Arctic and Antarctica. She has also spent a season as Base Commander for the British Antarctic Survey on Bird Island where she was responsible for the medical well being of Scientific staff.


“Sam provided a straight forward, easy to remember approach to providing first aid”  Jane Stern, Edinburgh

“The most enjoyable first aid course I’ve attended so-far and I have been on a few!” Peter Clark. Lancaster

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Training Qualifications

Post Graduate Certificate of Education: Stirling University – 12/12/97
BSc Physics (2:1): Heriot-Watt University – 20/06/97
Diploma in Coaching: Newcastle University – 20/09/04
IOSH Managing Health and Safety – 05/10/10

 First Aid Training Log

Qualification Awarding Body Date of Issue Date of Expiry
Comprehensive First Aid Red Cross : New Zealand 03/12/99 03/12/01
2 day Emergency First Aid Immediate Temporary Care 21/12/01 20/12/04
2 day Emergency First Aid Immediate Temporary Care 5/12/04 5/12/07
2 day Expedition First Aid Wilderness First Aid 19/06/05 19/06/08
2 day Remote First aid British Antarctic Survey 05/09/07 05/09/10
3 day Advanced First Aid Plymouth hospital medical unit 15/09/07 15/09/10
2 day Remote First Aid British Antarctic Survey 01/09/09 01/09/12
3 day First Aid at Work St. John’s Ambulance 06/12/13 05/12/16
How not to do CPR!

How not to do CPR!

Outdoor Qualifications

Mountain Instructor Award – 19/05/03
Telemark Ski instructor – 19/03/99
Winter Mountain Leader Award – 25/02/05
Windsurfing Instructor (RYA) – 09/08/99
Safety Power Boat Handling Award (RYA) – 08/11/01
Level 2 Kayak Coach (BCU) – 14/04/02
Level 2 Canadian Canoe Coach (BCU) – 20/03/02

Active Aid is a member of Qualifications Network, Federation of First Aid Training Organisations (FOFATO) and the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB)

Qualifications Network or QNUK is an approved Ofqual awarding organisation. Our Qualifications are also regulated by theCouncil for the Curriculum Examinations & Assessment in Northern Ireland and the Welsh Government.

The First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) was founded in June 2012. The aim of FAIB is to ensure that the standards required of First Aid at Work First Aid Training Providers remains at the highest possible level after the withdrawal of approvals from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) in October 2013. This ultimately will ensure that work place first aiders know how to deal calmly, confidently and appropriately with any first aid situation arising in the workplace.