Our emphasis is about being able to give you the confidence to do the things that matter 'well' with plenty of practical elements to the course this makes them fun and relevant to your environment. Our courses are delivered by louise Robertson, with over 20 years of first aid experience she is currently one of Llanberis Mountain Rescue Teams Advanced lead first aiders, heads up the Medical sub Group for the team and is on the faculty for Mountain Rescue England & Wales Casualry Care Courses that are hosted by LLMRT. Louise hopes to share some of her vast knowledge with you on any of the REC first aid courses you may choose to do along with enthusiasm and encouragement along the way to make you great first aiders. We are very happy to PROVIDE A PRIVATE COURSE too at a venue of your choice - contact Louise for further information
Recognised First Aid qualification for - MLT RYA BCU BASI & other sports Governing bodies
REC has been providing Health & Safety approved first aid courses for the outdoor sector for over 30 years and is a well-known and respected first aid training organisation. In October 2013, HSE ceased to monitor or approve First Aid at Work training providers in England, Wales and Scotland. Instead, companies are advised to carry out due diligence on any training provider that they might use, and HSE have published a list of questions that you should be asking of the provider. We have the questions here, along with answers.
First aid courses which are recognised by Mountain Training UK (MTUK), British Orienteering Federation (BOF), Royal Yachting Association (RYA), British Canoe Union (BCU) and many other National Sporting Governing Bodies.
The Rescue Emergency Care scheme was originally devised by Dr Bob Phillips and Prof G Page for the Scottish Ski Patrols. It was felt that other more traditional National First Aid Associations did not make provision for those individuals operating in more remote areas.
Rescue Emergency Care (REC) courses were therefore designed to cover not only the first aid needs required to meet the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines, but also first aid for those people working or playing in more remote areas. First aid for times when medical help is often hours instead of minutes away, and environmental issues such as the weather and working in difficult and remote terrains must be considered.