Did you know? We now offer Blended First Aid Training!

enSuda qualification choices

Trade Body Qualifications

These are designed in-house by our awarding body, ProTrainings and is given to successful learners. Certificates will contain both enSuda and the ProTrainings logos.

Regulated Qualifications

A ‘regulated qualification’ is provided through an Awarding Organisation which is recognised and monitored by a UK Regulator (e.g. Ofqual in England or SQA Accreditation in Scotland).

The certificate of achievement awarded to successful learners will contain the logo of our chosen awarding organisation, Training Qualifications UK (“TQUK”), and the relevant UK Regulator displaying the full qualification title and number.


Our awarding body, ProTrainings have been independently verified by the CPD certification service and our courses will provide the learner with official certified CPD credits to be included within your continuing professional development.

CPD conformance statements can easily be printed from your personal web-based training dashboard once you have completed your classroom or online course.

Freedom to Learn

enSuda has a national network of qualified instructors and access to a revolutionary e-learning training system. We combine some of our courses to offer ‘blended learning’.

With blended learning, you get all the training you need, at a time and place convenient to you.

After all, if it’s more compatible with your normal lifestyle, you are more likely to achieve your goals.

Course Accreditation

Different formats will have varying levels of accreditation.

For example, our 12hr Paediatric First Aid course is available in 100% online blended and 100% classroom formats. However, only the blended and classroom versions are accepted by the childcare regulatary bodies, while the 100% online option is a good option for other organisations or someone wanting to learn the material on their own.

Just because a format is not accredited by an institution does not mean that the education of that program is low quality.

It merely reflects that institution’s current policy, their comfort with
e-learning, or that the program is still in the approval process.