This one-day course will help you meet your regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace. Who should attend? This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments. What you will learn? The content of this course provides basic life saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations, covering the following: The role of the first aider Health and safety (first aid) regulations Managing an emergency Resuscitation (adult CPR) Communication and casualty care Seizures (adult) Bleeding (minor and severe) Shock Burns Unresponsive casualty Choking (adult) Defibrillator pad placement Defibrillator prompts and how to respond
Safeguarding and Protecting Children Workshop £28
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This 3-hour workshop will raise your awareness of the tell-tale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise.
Positive Behaviour Management in Sport £28
Sports Taping & Kinesiology Taping course 9th & 10th February £90 per course
3 Hour Emergency First Aid Course * N.B. This course is awarded through the Football Association and is officially titled "The FA Level 1 Introduction to First Aid in Football", which is what will appear on certificates. However, this course is suitable for people involved in other sports and is not exclusively for those involved in football. This course will provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to attend a conscious or unconscious player, ensuring that appropriate care is given until the emergency medical services arrive and takeover, or until an alternative healthcare professional(s) assumes responsibility. It is a practical guide to dealing with the essential components of saving a life, both in training and matches.