8 training courses found
Who is it for? Anyone who wants to learn about what to do in event of an accident or illness outdoors where you may be far from immediate help. It is the standard course for most outdoor pursuits instructors including Walking Group Leader, Single Pitch Award, Summer and Winter Mountain Leaders, and mountain bike leaders/instructors and DofE leaders.
Save a life: basic life support (BLS/CPR) (3 hours) This is a half-day, practical course covering essential first aid skills. Who is it for? Anyone who would like to know what to do in an emergency.
This course meets and exceeds the requirements of Ofsted, EYFS and SureStart for people needing a 2-day 12-hour first aid course for adult, infant and child. Who is it for? Professionals working with children including child minders, teachers, nursery workers and nannies.
The Emergency First Aid at Work course is ideal for most businesses to train staff as first aiders in the workplace. It is also a good general first aid course for anyone who wants to know what to do in an emergency.
This is the classroom-only part of the combined e-learning and classroom 12 hour paediatric first aid course We offer the 12 hour paediatric first aid course in two parts: - an online video-based course which you book via a link on the e-learning plus classroom paediatric page on our website (cost £24.95+ VAT) - followed by a 6-hour classroom session , giving you the required 12 contact hours.
You will learn about possible injuries and illnesses affecting walkers, climbers, mountain bikers etc. We will look at how to deal with an emergency, managing safety at the scene, contacting the emergency services and deciding whether to move a patient.
We can train first aiders in your business to comply with first-aid at work law. This course is the First aid at work requalification (two days) for first-aiders whose First aid at work certificate is due to expire.
First aid at work (three days). Includes emergency first aid at work and also equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illnesses.