Outdoor Specific 1st Aid Course

£130.00

ITC 16hr – 2 Day Outdoor Specific 1st Aid Course

This Outdoor First Aid training course is provided through our partner organisation Borderlands Outdoors.

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Pedalabikeaway

Pedalabikeaway, New Road, Coleford, UK

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Wye MTB

Monmouth, UK

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Description

Outdoor First Aid (OFQUAL Level 3) 16 hours over two days and includes training in the following areas:

  • Managing an unconscious casualty.
  • Heart problems with CPR and defibrillator use.
  • Bleeding control and shock.
  • Choking.
  • Seizures.
  • Head, spine, torso and limb injuries.
  • Medical conditions including asthma, diabetes and anaphylaxis.
  • Heat and cold related conditions including hypothermia and heat stroke.
  • Monitoring a casualty over time whilst awaiting help.

Location: Pedalabikeaway Cycle Centre, Forest of Dean, GL16 7EH OR BeechenHurst Forest Centre, B4226, Coleford GL16 7EJ

Cost: £130 for the 2 days (16hrs)

Time: 9 am to 6 pm, and 9 am to 6 pm; 8 hours plus breaks on each day (to meet the requirements of National Governing Body awards this course is 16 hours duration).

We will do our best to give you a relaxed and enjoyable learning experience, and if you have any particular needs (health, learning or otherwise) during the course, please let us know.

Please ensure you bring change for the parking meters.

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First Aid training does require full and active participation, and you will be expected to manage simulated first aid incidents and act as a simulated casualty for other participants on the course.

You should ideally wear comfortable and, preferably, waterproof clothing as you will be lying on the floor in role-play scenarios. On the afternoon of the second day, you will practise your skills in an outdoor environment. We will go outside, whatever the weather!

Food and drink. Hot drinks will be provided from the Visitor Centre café that will be open for hot and cold meals through the day for additional refreshments

Mobile signal. Coverage isn’t perfect at the Visitor Centre so, some networks work and others don’t.