ROXCOOL
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Outdoor (Emergency) First Aid

OVERVIEW
For teachers and youth workers responsible for residentials, outdoor instructors, or anyone working in isolated environments such as utility workers.

OUTLINE
Roxcool is proud to announce its partnership with Tim Cairn Leadership. The company is lead by its owner Tim Cain who is highly experienced and has been involved in rescue training for over 25 years.  Here's to a great partnership.  More details of  Tim Cain Leadership can be found here: http://www.timcainleadership.co.uk/
         
The course is intended to give as much knowledge and practical experience as possible. The first morning is spent learning the principles of first aid, moving on to basic life support in an easy and logical manner. Following lunch is an outdoor practical session, reinforcing the morning's work, followed by common medical emergencies, wounds and bleeding, and shock, in the classroom; all backed up by a practical session. The second day starts with fractures, followed by the effects of heat and cold. The afternoon is then spent with lifting and handling casualties followed by various scenarios for mountain and outdoor courses.
 
At some point during the course a Basic Life Support skills assessment will be undertaken


WHO SHOULD APPLY?
This course is ideally suited to potential and working outdoor instructors, or enthusiasts and any person who has been awakened to the necessity of life saving skills in sudden illness or accidents.
 
Acceptable for qualifications such as: MTUK, BASI, SNSC, ESC, RYA, BCU and other sports governing bodies as a pre-requisite for instructor training and as a course applicable to the outdoor environment.


CERTIFICATION
RESCUE EMERGENCY CARE (REC) Valid for 3 years

COURSE DATES
08 July 2017 - 09 July 2017 : Non-residential
23 August 2017 - 24 August 2017 : Non-residential
21 October 2017 - 22 October 2017 : Non-residential
  • Course Length: Two days 0900 - 1600
  • Staff Ratio: 1:12
  • Venue:

    Teesside

  • Cost: £110
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