2 day/16 hour outdoor ITC first aid course. 16th-17th May.


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Course Overview
Book on to our ITC outdoor first aid course for 2 days of practical training for the outdoors on the 16th-17th May, the course runs from 08:30-17:30 each day, please arrive 15 minutes early.

The course will be held at Dare Valley Country Park in the theatre which is located just inside the courtyard.

We’ve teamed up with our friends at borderlands first aid to offer you this fantastic course.

This course meets the needs of a wide range of outdoor professionals and enthusiasts. Whether you need training for work or for personal activities, this is the ideal course for many people in the outdoors.

This qualification is designed to meet the needs of those working away from
immediate assistance (more than 30 mins) in the remote and rural regions of the UK. This Outdoor First Aid qualification is externally regulated and meets the standards to appear upon the national qualifications frameworks of England and Wales. This course is recognised throughout the UK and is the course of choice for experienced practitioners who use the outdoors.

It is suitable for workers in rural and remote settings and will maintain the license to practice for those with Outdoor National Governing Body Instructor awards.

The course meets the requirements of the Institute for Outdoor Learning Statement of Good Practice for Outdoor First Aid Training at Band 3. This is hosted upon the Institute for Outdoor Learning website.

Practical Training

First aid is a practical subject best taught through hands-on practice. That’s why our courses include plenty of scenarios to develop and test your skills.

Course Content
This is an in-depth course, covering the following areas:

Managing an unconscious casualty in the outdoors (including shelter and insulation)
Heart problems including cardiac arrest, CPR and defibrillator use
Bleeding and shock, including life threatening bleeding and tourniquet use
Burns and scalds
Heat and cold related conditions (hypothermia, heat exhaustion, heat stroke)
Medical conditions including asthma, diabetes, anaphylaxis
Bites, stings and poisoning
Head and spinal injuries
Torso injuries
Limb injuries including splinting
Crush injuries
Managing a casualty whilst awaiting help, including vital signs monitoring


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