Your Success Is Our Mission

We understand that good quality training, whilst supporting employee safety, progression and retention, allows employees to take pride in their work, boosts motivation and self-confidence, and increases their aspirations to develop and broaden their careers.

FEATURED COURSES

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Full Days  7.5 hours - £60 inc VAT

Level 2 First Aid

Level 2 medication

Half Days  - £35 inc VAT

Level 2 Medication

Level 2 Safeguarding

Half Days  - £35 inc VAT

Level 2 Safeguarding

Level 2 Moving & Handling

Half Day - £35 inc VAT
Full Days  7.5 hours - £60 inc VAT

Level 2 Moving & Handling

OUR HISTORY

About Us

Founded on the basis of providing training to a standard, which we believe every learner deserves we ensure each course is tailored to your needs, we talk to you, listen to you and provide you with feedback for each learner.

Osburn Training Academy e is proud of the rich heritage surrounding the Osburn name.

Having completed her studies under Florence Nightingale, Lucy Osburn was chosen to travel to Australia where she redefined the approach to nursing practice, her compassionate approach, impeccable nursing standards and pioneering drive inspired us to continue her legacy through training and educating others.

In March 1868, Lucy Osburn, with five other nursing sisters, arrived in Sydney to take charge of the Infirmary.

They were sent by Florence Nightingale in answer to an appeal from Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales. A week later they had a royal patient, when the Duke of Edinburgh was wounded by a would-be assassin at Clontarf. But in spite of the public acclaim this brought them, Lucy Osburn and her staff faced a long fight with prejudice and ignorance in their efforts to reform the infirmary.

The idea of gentlewomen working as hospital nurses was still novel, and to many people shocking; Lucy Osburn’s own father had turned her portrait to face the wall when she entered the Nightingale College of Nursing. Thwarted at every turn by suspicion and jealousy, even among the doctors, and by an inefficient system of management, Lucy Osburn battled on undaunted, for 16 years and eight months.

Most of the Lucy Osburn sisters took up positions as matrons at various hospitals. By these means the Nightingale teaching and standards became accepted practice in the hospital system of the colony. By the time she returned to England she had laid the foundation of modern nursing in New South Wales, and Sydney Hospital was launched on its long and distinguished career of service to the community.

After some years nursing among the sick and poor in London, Lucy died of diabetes at her sister’s home in Harrogate in 1891.

OUR FACILITIES

The Osburn Training Academy is committed to providing a high level of training, for the best value of money, whilst not compromising on quality. We have modern and inviting training facilities or we can deliver a bespoke training package for you in your workplace.

 

Testimonials

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Jess
Jess
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Thank you for adding more knowledge to my care experience, your teaching was brilliant I appreciate it.
Karen
Karen
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>It was a pleasure training with you, you are such nice people I just wanted to say you...
Sarah
Sarah
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Thanks so much, Osburn are by far the best trainers, we had so much fun!
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