OUTDOOR – REMOTE
18 hour (3 day) course valid for 3 years
16 hour (2 day) course valid for 3 years
Any duration bespoke course (please discuss for details)
This course is ideal for higher or advanced level hazards or where your needs assessment identifies a requirement to provide additional training, covering a broad syllabus including the recognition and treatment of a wider range of conditions. Suitable for Mountain Leaders (ML, WML, MIA, MIC, IML), Climbing Instructors (SPA), Ski Instructors (BASI), Mountain Guides (BMG), Canoe and Kayak Instructors (BCU), Mountain Bike Instructors (MIAS), Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Leaders, Field Assistants. Anyone spending time in the outdoors or wilderness environments through recreational, voluntary or work related activities.
Prices are calculated per course and location and tailored to your needs. As a guide our basic prices are:
At our venue – £120.00 (£144.00 inc. VAT) per person
At your venue – £660.00 (£792.00 inc. VAT) up to 12
First aid at work – Outdoor ( +F for forestry) certificate;
This course is based on the Institute for outdoor learning Outdoor first aid assessment principles. HSE compliant under the Health and Safety (First-aid) Regulations 1981. Taught in accordance with current guidelines on adult basic life support published by the Resuscitation Council (UK), and for other aspects of first aid, in accordance with current guidelines published by the Voluntary Aid Societies and other published guidelines that are supported by a responsible body of medical opinion. The training and assessment will be delivered in accordance with currently accepted standards for first-aid practice and follow the skills for health assessment principles for first aid qualifications. This also meets the requirements of your own needs assessment.
The HSE guidelines set out a syllabus for first aid at work
In addition to the topics covered on an emergency first aid at work course, on completion of training, successful candidates will be able to:
- administer first aid to a casualty with:
injuries to bones, muscles and joints, including suspected spinal injuries
- recognise the presence of major illnesses and provide appropriate first aid (including heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes).
This course now includes a practical, automated external defibrillator (AED) awareness session using trainer AEDs.
this course will also contain first aid that is relevant to your outdoor activity and identified by your needs assessment.
This will be by ongoing assessment with both theory and practical sessions and conformation through knowledge checks to ensure all learning outcomes are met to the required standard.
Selected first aiders should physically able to perform the relevant actions and techniques included in the HSE syllabus.
Forestry commission, tree surgeon,
Extreme Sports, Mountain climbing, Hill Walking.
Hostile environment, foreign travel.
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