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BLENDED LEARNING Forest and Beach School First Aid Course – JULY 2nd 2022 – St Austell
July 2 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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THIS IS YOUR BLENDED LEARNING OPTION for the Forest and Beach School First Aid course;
16 hour Forest School First Aid Course.
- Online learning, followed by;
- Practical sessions and assessment.
To register. Book the date and then the Blended Learning Unit will automatically be added to your booking. Your log in details for the online Unit will be sent shortly after your booking.
Note: please check your spam filter on your email system!
Your course Content;
(other incidents also relating to the following)
- Roles and Responsibilities for the first aider
- Incident Survey
- Casualty management
- CPR /Adult and Child
- Recovery position
- Secondary surveys
- Water immersion
- Heat stroke
- Wounds and Bleeding
- Sprains Strains
- Head injuries
- Eye Injuries
- Bites and Stings
- After you have booked your desired Practical and Assessment day, you will have a number of emails confirming the booking and purchase. You will also receive 2 emails from our learning portal for the online content and your log in details. Please check your spam email folders just in case they have been delivered there. It will be from our learning management system, worldclasstraining.talentlms.com
- The online modules are designed to be completed in 8 hours or thereabouts. Not required all in one sitting however!
- After completion please print off or take a screen shot of your completion certificate to present to your trainer on the practical day.
- There will be a Zoom, or equivalent, online session for FAQ’s etc two days prior to your day. This is NOT compulsory however.
- Lastly, attend your day for assessments and practical scenarios!
We have developed our blended first aid course to enable effective use of your time and ensuring everyone’s safety during the Covid crisis by limiting in-person contact. The blended learning approach is delivered by online training including an evening zoom session of engagement. This ensures the learning outcomes from the online unit are met before attending the practical sessions and assessment.
Part of this qualification also meets the requirements for Emergency First Aiders. This is outlined in the Health and Safety (First aid) Regulations 1981 and the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1982.
This course has been developed for people teaching children in an outdoor learning environment.
Firstly you need to book your date and venue, after which you will receive your log in details for the e-learning modules. Once completed and two days prior to your practical session a link to a short zoom session for FAQ’s and a quick quiz to ensure understanding. Then finally, attend your practical and assessment day to cover the requirements for HSE and abide by regulations for the course delivery.
Co Created by WCT and Deborah Lambert, co author of the following publications. Our Forest and Beach School first aid course adheres to the outdoor learning institute guidelines and covers all the aspects of first aid as required by OFSTED.
Deborah Lambert, co-author of Bloomsbury’s award winning series of books ‘National Curriculum Outdoors; a complete scheme of work’ will be your trainer for this course. With her wealth of knowledge in teaching and especially in the outdoor learning environment will ensure a very focused and relevant approach to the content!
Your online modules will give you the background on many aspects of first aid. This will furnish you with the knowledge ready for your practical day and assessment.
Debbie runs ‘Taking Maths Outdoors’ A specialist in Outdoor Learning. Her range of books featured here, is a great compliment to your skill set when teaching outdoors.
Authors Deborah Lambert (teacher, lecturer and ‘Taking Maths Outdoors’ outdoor learning consultant), Michelle Roberts (deputy headteacher and director of Wild Tribe outdoor learning) were involved with the Natural Connections demonstration project, supporting teachers to embed outdoor learning in schools in Cornwall.
Sue Waite (former research fellow of Plymouth Institute of Education, outdoor learning specialist and author) led that project which found that one of principal barriers to teaching outdoors was a lack of teacher confidence. The books were created to support teacher confidence in linking outdoor activities to curriculum objectives and to save valuable planning time!
So rest assured, your Forest and Beach School First Aid course with ‘World Class Training’ will cover all you need for your requirements to teach in an outdoor learning situation.
On successful completion of the course we will send your certificate via email in a PDF format.