Inverness is at the heart of the Highlands and we run several Outdoor First Aid courses each year there. These specific Outdoor First Aid courses, cover the requirements of outdoor National Governing Bodies (NGBs) and can teach you how to deal with a range of incidents that outdoor instructors, ecologists, gillies and stalkers may come across.
These 16 hour Outdoor First Aid course are held in Inverness and dates can be seen on our website.
If you would like to book a course for your business, or at your venue, contact us on the button below.
First Aid Training Co-operative’s Outdoor first aid courses are specifically designed to be very hands on and practical. Ideal for those who enjoy learning in the outdoors. Much of the second day of the course is delivered outside and uses a range of carefully crafted outdoor scenarios to help candidates learn and develop their first aid skills.
Course includes dealing with head injuries and helmet removal, CPR and how to use an AED, EpiPen training, dealing with arm and leg fractures, major blood loss management, hyperthermia and hypothermia management and much more.
After the course you can deal with those who fall off crags, are pulled out of the water , accidentally shoot themselves! All of this in the context of working in outdoor remote environments.
Our first aid trainers are some of the best in the first aid training business. A variety of trainers from overseas expedition leaders, paramedics, ex-military instructors, outdoor activity coaches. All have the learning in mind when running our training because we know that ‘Quality Training Saves Lives’.
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