Triathlon Scotland - BASP Emergency First Aid

21 Sep 2019 - 06 Feb 2020

Organiser's Description

British Association of Ski Patrollers Emergency First Aid 

First Aid training could be most important course you’ve ever taken. In the event of an emergency, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to deliver potentially life-saving assistance. As a Triathlon Coach often delivering sessions away from a managed facility, it's important to have the relevant knowledge of what to do should someone require First Aid. First Aid skills are not just invaluable to Coaches but also in everyday situations.

The BASP one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with a great level of knowledge for administering First Aid in Triathlon related situations focusing on swim, bike and run in more remote locations.  

 

Course Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm

Certification: Certificate of attendance valid for 3 years.

Course Overview:

This one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with information in relation to the aims and principles of first aid, safety, Basic Life Support and CPR in an easy and logical manner.

The day is interspersed with both indoor and outdoor practical sessions and will cover:

- Accident procedures

- Infection avoidance

- Dealing with an unconscious casualty

- Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

- Wounds and bleeding

- Shock

- Choking

- Medical emergencies

- Burns

- Injuries often found in the outdoor environment

- Tick-borne infection

- Drowning

Additional subjects relevant to your individual need can be added on request - you will be asked for additional subjects during the registration process

 

About BASP 

BASP Trainers are experienced Ski, Mountain, Mountain Bike and Water based Rescue personnel with a wealth of practical ‘hands on’ experience and first aid knowledge.  


All their Trainers regularly deal with casualties using first aid in an outdoor and work environment; this keeps their delivery of first aid training fresh, current and relevant. This enables them to relate to your situation alongside sharing their practical experience of real-life first aid incidents. The Trainer will adapt the course ensuring their delivery of outdoor scenarios is invaluable to your role and according to your needs.  

British Association of Ski Patrollers Emergency First Aid 

First Aid training could be most important course you’ve ever taken. In the event of an emergency, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to deliver potentially life-saving assistance. As a Triathlon Coach often delivering sessions away from a managed facility, it's important to have the relevant knowledge of what to do should someone require First Aid. First Aid skills are not just invaluable to Coaches but also in everyday situations.

The BASP one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with a great level of knowledge for administering First Aid in Triathlon related situations focusing on swim, bike and run in more remote locations.  

 

Course Date: Saturday 6th February 2020

Course Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm

Venue: Edinburgh

Certification: Certificate of attendance valid for 3 years.

Course Overview:

This one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with information in relation to the aims and principles of first aid, safety, Basic Life Support and CPR in an easy and logical manner.

The day is interspersed with both indoor and outdoor practical sessions and will cover:

- Accident procedures

- Infection avoidance

- Dealing with an unconscious casualty

- Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

- Wounds and bleeding

- Shock

- Choking

- Medical emergencies

- Burns

- Injuries often found in the outdoor environment

- Tick-borne infection

- Drowning

Additional subjects relevant to your individual need can be added on request - you will be asked for additional subjects during the registration process

 

About BASP 

BASP Trainers are experienced Ski, Mountain, Mountain Bike and Water based Rescue personnel with a wealth of practical ‘hands on’ experience and first aid knowledge.  


All their Trainers regularly deal with casualties using first aid in an outdoor and work environment; this keeps their delivery of first aid training fresh, current and relevant. This enables them to relate to your situation alongside sharing their practical experience of real-life first aid incidents. The Trainer will adapt the course ensuring their delivery of outdoor scenarios is invaluable to your role and according to your needs within triathlon and your coaching environments.   

British Association of Ski Patrollers Emergency First Aid 

First Aid training could be most important course you’ve ever taken. In the event of an emergency, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to deliver potentially life-saving assistance. As a Triathlon Coach often delivering sessions away from a managed facility, it's important to have the relevant knowledge of what to do should someone require First Aid. First Aid skills are not just invaluable to Coaches but also in everyday situations.

The BASP one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with a great level of knowledge for administering First Aid in Triathlon related situations focusing on swim, bike and run in more remote locations.  

 

Course Date: Saturday 21st September

Course Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm

Venue: University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling, FK9 4LA 

Certification: Certificate of attendance valid for 3 years.

Course Overview:

This one-day Emergency First Aid course will provide you with information in relation to the aims and principles of first aid, safety, Basic Life Support and CPR in an easy and logical manner.

The day is interspersed with both indoor and outdoor practical sessions and will cover:

- Accident procedures

- Infection avoidance

- Dealing with an unconscious casualty

- Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

- Wounds and bleeding

- Shock

- Choking

- Medical emergencies

- Burns

- Injuries often found in the outdoor environment

- Tick-borne infection

- Drowning

Additional subjects relevant to your individual need can be added on request - you will be asked for additional subjects during the registration process

 

About BASP 

BASP Trainers are experienced Ski, Mountain, Mountain Bike and Water based Rescue personnel with a wealth of practical ‘hands on’ experience and first aid knowledge.  


All their Trainers regularly deal with casualties using first aid in an outdoor and work environment; this keeps their delivery of first aid training fresh, current and relevant. This enables them to relate to your situation alongside sharing their practical experience of real-life first aid incidents. The Trainer will adapt the course ensuring their delivery of outdoor scenarios is invaluable to your role and according to your needs within triathlon and your coaching environments.   

 

Prices

Until
05 Feb 2020£80.00

For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge

Dates and Status

Status: Open

EventDateAvailable/TotalClosing Date
BASP Emergency First Aid - Edinburgh06 Feb 2020??/1205 Feb 2020
BASP Emergency First Aid - Stirling21 Sep 2019??/1220 Sep 2019

Organiser

Gemma Simpson

01786 466928