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    Emergency First Aid Certificate

    Does any one know of any Emergency First Aid Certificate courses being held in the Glasgow area?

    Dates & cost, Venue.

    Regard's
    Wullie.
    Your a long time dead, enjoy every day like it's your last!!!

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    Black Lab,
    sounds stupid but what do you mean by "Emergency 1st Aid"? only ask as I'm an assessor for HSE First Aider at Work and frankly for shooting purposes its a bit lame. if its for shooting in the field, you'll be looking for courses involving use of CATs (combat application tourniquet), celox or quikclot (clotting agent) etc, which is obviously a bit extreme for offices where the worse you'll get to treat will be falls, breaks, migraines, etc.
    So ring around and ask lots of questions about content. Be warned they can be expensive!
    You live and learn........
    .........or you don't live long

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    Wullie

    Try this - West Scotland | British Red Cross at present my employers pay for me to do the Red Cross training, but there are options for individuals to get trained up too.

    Regards

    JCS

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    Quote Originally Posted by black lab View Post
    Does any one know of any Emergency First Aid Certificate courses being held in the Glasgow area?

    Dates & cost, Venue.

    Regard's
    Wullie.
    Aye the british red cross do a one day emergency first aid course and you get a recognised certificate from them..good value too.

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    Wullie,

    I did one just up the road at the Glasgow Climbing Academy (Kinning Park) with “Outdoor First Aid Ltd”

    Welcome to Outdoor First Aid

    Cost was £130 for 2 day course with 3 year validity

    The course was an “ITC Certificate in Outdoor First Aid” and covered:

    SQA Unit UB74 04 - Emergency First Aid in the Workplace and
    SQA Unit U422 04 – First Aid for Outdoor Incident Management

    Dates of courses on their website

    No connection to the course provider etc but I found it a great refresher, not just for stalking (I needed a 1st Aid cert regardless ) but everyday life in general

    Anyway, If you need any further info or if you want a copy of a PDF "Wilderness Remote Survival" manual I have, PM me your email address and I can forward it on, its worth a read in prep for the course.

    Hope that helps

    rb
    Last edited by rigboot; 16-01-2014 at 17:44.

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    Hi Guy's

    Cheer's for the reply's.

    + Cheer's dave1372

    ATB
    Wullie.
    Last edited by black lab; 18-01-2014 at 09:31.
    Your a long time dead, enjoy every day like it's your last!!!

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