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Active Aid Paediatric Outdoor First Aid Training (FAIB) - 2 Day Course - Day 2 - DATE CHANGED FROM 31.03.21 TO 21.10.21
- Paediatric element
- Outdoor First Aid Qualification
- Suitable for Forest Schools, NGB Outdoor Leadership Awards or for School Visit Leaders
To meet the EYFS statutory framework requirements, settings should have enough staff who have completed a paediatric 2-day course to ensure that there is always at least one person on site and one person with a group who may be off-site.
*Refreshments will be provided on both days, but you will need to bring your own lunch*
Day 1 – 20th October 2021
Day 2 – 21st October 2021
This course is appropriate for anyone who may lead or be a part of a group in an outdoor setting including school trips, adventure activities, and DofE; it also meets the requirements for the majority of NGB outdoor pre-requisites. It meets the requirements of HSE and the Association of First Aiders.
The course content includes:
- Principles of first aid
- CPR & Rescue Breathing
- Unconscious Casualty
- Control of Bleeding
- Burns & Scalds
- Muscle, Bone & Joint Injuries
- Other Conditions
The course will be certificated through Active Aid. The course will commence at 9.00am and finish at 4.00pm on each day; active participation and attendance for the whole course is a requirement for successful completion of the training. During the course of the two days there will be regular opportunity to practice CPR and recovery position.
There is a large practical element to the training, so please come suitably attired for kneeling and lying on the floor. The two days will incorporate an outdoors element, looking at situations and scenarios. It is therefore essential to come equipped with waterproofs, warm clothing and appropriate footwear – you may need to lie down on wet and muddy ground.
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David Scourfield (Educational Visits Adviser)
Dave has been Educational Visits Adviser in Rochdale for the past 13 years, and is currently also contracted to Bury Council, to provide advisory services for both. He has also delivered training across a number of neighbouring Local Authorities. Prior to that Dave was a teacher for 12 years and he has also worked in various outdoor centres instructing adventure activities. He has experience as a development tutor at a management training company in the North. Dave is committed to using the outdoors as an educational tool, using real experiences to develop understanding and learning.