Why choose us?

Am I Qualified?

Jane Graham is a paediatric nurse with 23 years of experience. She is a mother of 3, one of whom suffers from allergic reactions and all of whom have tested her first aid skills over the years! Jane trained at Great Ormond Street (GOSH). After 2 years general ward experience, she moved into Paediatric intensive care at GOSH. Here she embarked on a diploma in Critically Ill Children and a degree in Child Health. Whilst Ward Sister there, Jane was part of the children's acute transport service where, as part of a specialist mobile intensive care team, she gained many hours of valuable experience in the stabilisation and transportation of  critically ill children around the country.

Jane also spent 4 years as the Practice Educator on intensive care which involved teaching doctors, qualified nurses and student nurses the necessary intensive care skills. Her teaching qualifications enabled her to lecture regularly at Southbank University. Jane’s experience of teaching has encompassed different sized groups, as well as levels of experience and knowledge for both informal and formal teaching.


Over the last 4 years whilst setting up nursing services in 2 independent schools, she has been teaching First Aid to pupils and staff. Jane has been HSE approved for the last 3 years as a freelance instructor. She has now set up her own company Action+First Aid. She  has Qualsave approval following the changes made by the HSE in October 2012. She is also registered with AoFA. (the Association of First Aiders)

Jane is a qualified Sick Children's Nurse (RSCN). She also has a diploma in Critically Ill Children and a Degree in Child Health. She holds a "Teaching and Assessing Certificate" as well and courses in "Advancing Nursing Practice" at masters level.

Jane's career at Great Ormond Street helped her understand the importance of first aid training. Those that have had first aiders support prior to medical help arriving always have a better chance of survival.

More recently Jane has understood the importance of empowering non medical persons with the basic skills to embrace these situations, to feel competent and confident to put these new-found skills into action and make a difference to someone’s life.

?In August 2017 Jane Joined the Boarding schools association (BSA) team as a freelance lecturer and nurse advisor.

Jane also delivers sessions to pupils in schools on PHSE topics such as puberty, well health, sexual health, how to say no, personal hygiene, mental health, epilepsy, contraception and many more she is happy to put together a package for your school.

We are now offering consultancy support in preparation for inspection for your medical set up this could be in boarding schools or day schools. Please contact jane directly to discuss your needs.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.