QNUK Level 3 Award in Activity First Aid (RQF)
A programme to ensure safer sport
Each year there are almost 20 million reported sporting injuries in the UK. Between 150-160 people die and many more are disabled for life. In a report produced for the Sports Councils for England, Scotland and Wales during 1991, it was calculated that over 3 million injuries remained untreated. Year on year, these figures have remained substantially unaltered.
This course covers the practical skills needed by a first aider in the sports setting. The course will give you the confidence and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies.
Course duration 12 hours.
Emergency First Aid at Work syllabus PLUS
• Aims and Principles of first aid
• Injury prevention
• Incident management
• Using a first aid kit;
• Simple record keeping
• Head Injuries
• Treatment of unconsciousness
• Other related issues Bleeds, Eye Injuries, Heart Attack
• Soft tissue injuries
• Sports specific topics
• Conditions which may affect the sports person (Diabetes, epilepsy, allergies)
Assessment and Certification
On successfully completing the course that is continually assessed candidates receive a HSE First Aid Certificate and a sport module attendance certificate that is valid for three years.
The HSE are also recommending Annual Skills refrehers which Tallowood Training Solutions can deliver.
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14 Tallowood Lower Charlton
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