First aid training course (date confirmed)

Mountain bike crash victimThis is a one day course with Wolverest group that provides a certificate in basic first aid. It is based at their training centre in Swindon. Read our first aid story to see why training can really make a difference.

It will cost £40 per person inclusive. Meeting at 9:30am at the Wolverest Training school.  21 Cherry Orchard North,  Kembrey Park,  Swindon, Wiltshire,   SN2 8UH. Details such as lunch are not confirmed yet.

To book a place please contact tom at mbswindon co uk or contact via the Facebook event page.

Room for 10 people on a first come, first served basis

Topics covered:

  • Initial care of the scene and patient
    • Fears of first aid
    • Road safety
    • Barriers – gloves and face shields
    • Initial assessment
    • Breathing unconscious patient and recovery position
  • Cardiac problems
    • One rescuer CPR
    • Chest compressions only
    • CPR hand over to a second rescuer
  • Other primary care problems
    • Choking
    • Serious bleeding and types of wounds
    • Shock
    • Spinal injury
    • Snatch rescue (removing a patient from a dangerous situation)
  • Specific injury management
    • Breaks and fractures
    • Embedded objects
    • Eye injuries
    • Sunburn
    • Head injury and helmet removal
    • Hypothermia
    • Chest injury

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Cyril Mannion

    Hi Tom,
    I would love to get on this course on 17th Nov. I have put it in my diary provisionally. What do I need to do now to register/pay?
    Cyril Mannion

  2. Lee Etridge

    Would love to come on the course. My sky ride leader training requires a valid first aid certificate.
    What do I need to do to book my place and make payment


  3. John krew

    First aid Training is very important since it is directly related to our lives and one should not take a chance with life. The topic covered in training course seems really beneficial and it is also not time consuming as it is only a one day course.

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