Travelling Freelance Instructor, you get the group, I’ll come to you
This innovative approach to First Aid training is directed at all participants in rural pastimes, rural sports enthusiasts, deerstalkers, guides, keepers, beaters and pickers up, so in general, anyone who enjoys being outdoors.
The course allows a hybrid of theory sessions and practical scenarios to aid all learning styles. It is suited to those wishing for a practical working knowledge and confidence in being able to assist someone in distress. Covering all aspects of the Emergency First at Work (EFAW) syllabus means that meeting the basic assessment requirements of the course can provide your employer with an extra first aid trained member of their workforce.
Extra learning outside of the EFAW syllabus includes preparation before heading out, equipment considerations, snakebites, gunshot trauma, dealing with climatic injuries, including hypothermia and heat illness, working alone, incident management, and being found. We also go out and look at practical scenarios including how to get an unconscious casualty down from a high seat, how to administer CPR in a confined space, managing the situation as a lone responder, and many other topics that raise debate and give food for thought.
With instruction coming from Joe, a freelance instructor who forged his knowledge base in the military in various medical roles, including training at the College of Search and Rescue Medicine, being a Battlefield Casualty Drills Instructor and an Immediate Emergency Care medic whilst deployed on the ground in Afghanistan.
£150.00 per candidate, course booklet and Emergency First Aid at Work certification (£135 without certification)
Groups of 5 to 6 are preferred to enhance the quality of training.