A two day course (16 hours). The Emergency outdoor first aid course is designed to introduce a systematic way of first aid for managing casualties. Topic Learning and practical's intermixed with scenarios of real situations.
This is the perfect course for those taking outdoor qualifications such as ML,SPA, MIA as well as BCU & RYA, or for those of you who partake in activities such as Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Paragliding or simply enjoy being in the outdoors and want to feel they could do something useful should they be faced with a real life first aid situation. Our courses have a real emphasis on practical work with lots of outside scenarios.
- basic outline of what is covered over two days
The Emergency outdoor first aid course is certified for three years and is an entry point for the REC scheme. It is the approved course for . ML,SPA, MIA as well as BCU & RYA
JAN - 22-23
MARCH - 19-20
APRIL - 09-10
APRIL - 24-25
Our courses are held in and around the village
of Llanberis, Gwynedd in the beautiful Snowdonia
national Park in North Wales.
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"Really enjoyed the REC course, Loui was brilliant & has a wealth of knowledge she made the course fun and informative" Emma.
'Well organised fun course, we had lots of opportunities to practice all the new skills'
'A outstanding course, COVID considerations were at the forefront of presentation' 27th Sept 2020
'Excellent course from Louise, Loui's knowledge was superb' September 2020
'Excellent delivery of a memorable and enjoyable course, Louise was articulate and clear' September 2020
'Best first aid course I have been on, adapted well to suit COVID measures and still met the course requirements, active, realistic and met the groups needs' September 2020
'Thank you Louise. I really enjoyed the course, and having attended a plethora of various courses over my working life, I can categorically state that your Course Delivery was nothing short of exceptional.
Your clear explanations and promotion of various scenarios made the two days a memorable and enjoyable experience.
Once more, diolch yn fawr.....and see you on the mountains of our wonderful homeland ( hopefully on a social basis rather than during an MRT call-out !!).' Sept 2020