Samantha Kendall is a highly qualified First Aider and Emergency Medical Technician with over seven years front line ambulance experience. She delivers training on a wide range of first aid, health and safety and mental health training to schools, the military, businesses and the public.
Samantha regularly attends schools to deliver talks to the children and run workshops to teach them basic first aid skills. She has delivered many talks at business events on mental health and first aid and was chosen to be a key note speaker at the 2019 World Mental Health Day. She volunteers for the NSPCC delivering the ‘Speak out, stay safe’ campaign to primary schools along with collaborating with Shaw Minds, writing and delivering workshops on mental health across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.
Samantha holds a CTTLS, BTEC level 3 in Emergency Aid as well as all current certificates in First Aid and adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA).