Harrison qualified as a HCPC Paramedic following completion of a DipHE in Paramedic Science at the University of East Anglia where he received top honours for his work. Harrison progressed into paramedicine, following a successful term serving with the British Army’s Parachute Regiment as a team-medic. During this time, he travelled globally as part of the UK’s lead airborne task force, providing medical care in arduous and challenging environments. Harrison has worked as a front-line Paramedic on both double-crewed ambulances and rapid response vehicles. He has experience in remote working roles providing clinical oversight to festivals and events and moved into teaching and education in 2019. Harrison has strong experience in lecturing and education where he has instructed individuals ranging from first aid, tactical medicine, pre-hospital care and health and safety. He has been awarded a companionship of the College of Paramedics for making a distinctive and notably commendable contribution to the Paramedic profession and so wears the MCPara post-nominal letters.
Jessica graduated from the University of East Anglia with a BA in Business Management. She began her career as an account manager and quickly progressed to becoming an account director for a FTSE100 company which saw her overseeing £24m of turnover and dealing with notable FTSE100, FTSE250 and high-level government organisations, law enforcement departments and local councils. Jessica has extensive experience in multinational account management, operational logistics and resource handling. She is also a Pareto Law graduate with prestigious qualifications in relationships management, negotiation, and business strategy.