Outdoor First Aid

With the increase in participation in outdoor activities Outdoor First Aid has become a valuable addition to the outdoor instructor or leaders toolkit.  The Outdoor First Aid course focuses on the challenges of providing first aid to casualties who may not receive further help for some time due to their remote location of challenges in getting experienced help.  It give practical ways to provide longer term care of casualties in remote environments.

The course covers first aid for the outdoor environment including primary and secondary survey of casualties, who to call and when, CPR, identification and treatment of common injuries and incidents. This comprehensive course is designed to ensure you feel competent to deal with any challenge that may face you on the fell, crag or water and is delivered by staff with over 15 years experience in dealing with land and water based rescues including CPR and countless common first aid incidents.  As is important in outdoor first aid, a lot more emphasis is placed on incident management, monitoring casualties and relaying information to appropriate help.  We do this by providing plenty of practical scenarios and descriptions of real examples of incident management.  The course is suitable for Duke of Edinburgh leaders, outdoor enthusiasts, environmental consultants and professionals working in the outdoor industry.

This 2 day (16 hour) course is recognised by the National Governing Bodies such as the MTA, BCU, BOF, SMBLA, BCA, BASI etc. Be sure to check your NGBs requirements.

As employer it is important to operate with due diligence when selecting a first aid trainer.  Cross the uk first aid training complies with all areas recommended by the HSE of due diligence.  Your are welcome to request further information and to view qualifications of first aid trainers and assessors.

Course dates 2016


Course costs

Standard     £110

D of E Leaders and MTA members £99 (10% discount just enter your D of E group name or MTA number in the discount code box)

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