Overview: -Whilst we don’t expect things to go wrong, sometimes they do! A colleague
unwell, you find someone who has had a fall, someone in your
group collapses and
stops breathing! The course focuses on how to deal with incidents
professional help may not be close at hand.
This course provides a systematic approach that develops your
A blend of learning to help to remember what to do along
with plenty of opportunities
Who for: -Anyone working or often walking in more remote environments where professional
help will not be arriving quickly. Outdoor enthusiasts, Outdoor Leaders, Teachers,
Ten Tors and Duke of Edinburgh's Award Leaders or Participants, Forestry Workers,
Environmentalists and those undertaking Field Studies, to mention just a few.
This Level 3, 2-day (16 hour) course is recognised by various National Governing
Bodies (NGBs) such as the Mountain Training Association, British Canoeing, British
Cycling etc. Be sure to check your NGB requirements.
What will be covered: -
Roles & responsibilities
Dealing with collapse (with and without breathing)
Bleeding and shock
Fractures, sprains and sprains
Heat and cold injuries
First aid kit
Outdoor specific scenarios and outdoor incident management.
Method: -A mixture of indoor and outdoor activities.
Equipment: -All training equipment is provided. Participants will need to bring
suitable clothing and footwear for outdoor work.
Catering: -Tea and coffee provided.
Price: -£125 per person.
Outdoor First Aid
Don’t forget we are also able to provide exclusive first aid training courses for
clubs, schools or organisations. These can be arranged at a convenient location
for you and we offer a discount for group bookings. Please contact us if you would
like to chat through your needs and for various options.