We have 2 options for the Outdoor First Aid course – 16 hour Course and Blended Learning 12 hour emergency outdoor first aid
Option 1 – 16 Hours 2 day Outdoor First Aid Course
Classroom, face to face delivery over 2 days
Option 2 – Blended Learning 12 hour Emergency Outdoor First Aid can be delivered over two days without the online content.
(Please check with your Governing body/Workplace the requirements for first aid.
The blended learning approach is delivered by online work with attendance of a webinar via Zoom plus practical sessions and assessment. You complete an online training session followed by one day of practical sessions and assessment.
To choose your online blended course, choose your date from below and then log into your online lessons once your booking has been completed.
Our 16 hour 2 Day Outdoor first aid courses are aimed for those who may be required to provide first aid in an outdoor environment where help may be up to 2 hours away.
Therefore, attendees are most commonly outdoor activity instructors.
Both above qualifications also meet 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. Note that the content of both courses are identical, except, the 16 hour course will cover some content in deeper knoledge.
Besides the open booking courses, we also offer a range of ‘bespoke’ first aid training courses to focus on your specific requirement for first aid. Please contact us for more information.
The Blended Learning 12 hour Day Outdoor first aid course is accepted by BASI for snowsports qualifications, IASI for snowsports qualifications, SSE for snowsports qualifications.
Please note: Look through our courses below and decide if you would like either our own WCT Award or the QNUK qualification which carries credits on the Regulated Credit Framework. (Note, the QNUK option is NOT available as a blended learning approach)
2 Day Outdoor First Aid Course
2 days or 16 hours
16 or over
Stays valid for 3 years
All learners must be able to perform practical elements such as CPR on the ground due to the fact this is the most likely situation in first aid. There are no other pre-requisites for this qualification.
Course Content Summary:
Role of the first aider
First aid kit contents
Administer first aid to the casualty
AED Device and how to use one.
Wounds & Bleeding
Dealing with neck and spinal injuries (working in teams to assist paramedics)
Aquatic scenarios if students are in this environment
Other outdoor first aid activity related scenarios focused upon specific sports involved
From £140 Per Person
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