Remote outdoor environments mean that a casualty may have to be looked after and monitored for a longer time scale than in a typical urban setting.
This course is designed to meet the needs of those that work away from immediate assistance in a remote region.
The course is taught by trainers that have outdoor first aid experience who understand the issues, dilemmas and judgements required when dealing with incidents and accidents that occur in remote environments.
Assessment: You will be required to successfully complete two short multiple choice papers and will be assessed on your practical skills to qualify for your certificate.
This Outdoor / Expedition First Aid has a mix of theory and practical elements. You will be required to kneel on the floor for some of the practical elements
If you have any concerns about your ability to complete this element please contact us to discuss.
This course is most suited to:
This 2 day outdoor first aid course offer outdoor / expedition first aid training ideal for outdoor leaders, Duke of Edinburgh Award participants and leaders, teachers, field scientists, field engineers and outdoor enthusiasts taking you through the skills essential for rescue and emergency care in the outdoor more remote environment.