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Punchline Talks! The B!G interview with Colin Frensham of Tidal Training Ltd

Cheltenham-based Tidal Training Ltd, this year is celebrating 10 years in business.

The firm provides bespoke training in the health and social care sectors, including medical and clinical, mental health, child care and learning disability training - it was founded by ex-army medic Colin Frensham, at what turned out to be a very challenging time in his life.

He'd just launched the business when he suffered a life changing car accident and ended up in the trauma ward of Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

This is his inspiration journey of how he managed to over come his injuries and make his company be one of the fasted growing training companies in the UK.

He's a really nice guy, who knows his business, understands his product and cares passionate about its delivery because in the end it could be life saving.

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