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All courses include AED Training - a legal requirement from October 2016.

In addition, "The Management of Catastrophic Bleeding" using Haemostatics and (where hazard / workplace related) Tourniquets are also included.

                    

 

 

These 'Outdoor Activity' courses have a content appropriate to all persons working in the outdoors

 

Bouldering.

First Aid for Mountaineers & Instructors

A two day 'Level 1' course, covering the essential skills required by a Individuals, Group Leaders or Outdoor Activity Instructors.  Also suitable for expedition party members.  

Meets MLT, IML, BCU, BASI, D of E, BMC,  Mountain Biking and other National Governing Body Award requirements.

Including the HSE Emergency First Aid at Work certificate syllabus.

Training & Qualifications appropriate for serving H.M. Forces Adventurous Training Instructors and those utilising the Military Resettlement Packages

 

Annual Skills Refresher Day

An additional 'CPD' course will be introduced in October 2009, to meet the Health & Safety Executive's strong recommendations that all holders of a First Aid qualification undergo annual core skills refreshing.

The aim is to produce more competent & confident Firstaiders, and reduce the problems associated with skill decay.

Two should be completed in the 3 year lifespan of all First Aid qualifications.  Renewal of the main qualification will be in the usual manner.

 

 

Parachute.
Advanced Immediate Care

A two day 'level 2' course.  This course — suitable for a wide   range of Outdoor Activities — is designed to build upon the 'level 1'.  

The syllabus is  up-graded to include elements appropriate to small expeditions, rescue team members, Guides and suitably experienced persons.  This course is therefore not appropriate for novices.  

Elements covered include module 1 of advanced airway management, and splinting / evacuation skills.  The actual syllabus is framed to the consensus requirements of the delegates attending a particular course.

Including the HSE Emergency First Aid at Work certificate syllabus.

 

Expedition first aid course.
Expedition Medical Care

 

The highest 'level 3' module.  Content and program reflects the requirements of expeditions operating in truly remote locations, where a patient may have to be cared for during an extended period, or evacuated by colleagues.  It is therefore not appropriate for novices.  Acceptance on this course is based upon current responsibilities & experience, and previous / current qualifications.

 

Including the HSE Emergency First Aid at Work certificate syllabus.

 

  First aid courses for canoeists & raft leaders.

 Aquatic First Aid

These short 1 day course cover basic First Aid skills, resuscitation, secondary drowning & hypothermia etc., and are appropriate for participants in watersports, such as canoeing & rafting etc. In general, these courses are run for clubs and centre staff.      This course is not appropriate for sub-aqua diving. 

HSE -- First aid for the workplace.
HSE "First Aid at Work" Courses

 

Primarily designed to meet the requirements of commercial and Industrial applications.  The exact level required is based upon the findings of the business Risk Assessment.

These are:
1 Day — "Emergency First Aid at Work"
3 Day "First Aid at Work"
2 Day "First Aid at Work Requalification"
1/2 Day "Annual Refresher"

 

 
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