Outdoor First Aid
2 days / 16 hoursFrom £150.00
Required by a huge range of outdoor leaders, this is our most popular Outdoor First Aid qualification. It is accredited by the Institute for Outdoor Learning (IOL) at band 3, is regulated by Ofqual and can be found on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
2 days / 16 hrsFrom £150.00
This fun, practical 2 day Outdoor First Aid course is specific to the forest school setting, with a focus on First Aid situations and scenarios that you may come across during outdoor play and learning in a woodland environment.
2 hoursFrom £25.00
This short, practical course covers essential lifesaving techniques and Basic Life Support (BLS) in the outdoor setting to ensure that you feel confident dealing with a life threatening emergency on the beach.
Forestry First Aid
1 day / 8 hoursFrom £100.00
Ideal for Forestry Workers and Arborists, this practical one day course will give your employees the necessary skills to deal with First Aid incidents in the workplace and includes enhanced skills as recommended by the Forestry Commission. We cover the possible accidents/illnesses in a forestry context where sites may be remote from medical aid and the available help may be limited.
Sports First Aid
1 day / 7 hoursFrom £100.00
This fun, practical, dynamic course has been developed specifically for those that work or participate in the sport and exercise setting. This nationally accredited qualification is part of the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is externally regulated by Ofqual.
Workplace First Aid
1 day / 6 hrsFrom £100.00
All workplaces need to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and first-aiders to help if a member of staff has an accident or falls ill at work. It’s the Law. Plus, you also have a duty of care towards all visitors. You’ll learn to deal with life threatening incidents until the emergency services arrive plus a range of minor injuries and common medical conditions.
3 days / 18 hrsFrom £250.00
All workplaces need to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and first-aiders to help if a member of staff has an accident or falls ill at work. It’s the Law. Plus, you also have a duty of care towards all visitors. Suitable for higher hazard workplaces such as construction sites and factories or workplaces with more than 50 employees, you’ll learn to deal with a wide range of incidents in the workplace.