A selection of pictures from some of our courses:

Select a thumbnail. below, to view the gallery associated with the various courses.

 

Forest School First Aid

Sept. 2017, Wilby Suffolk

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Outdoor First Aid Course

May 2nd -3rd 2017, Severn Gorge

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    A collapsed casualty is encountered

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    Approach with care

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    Breathing but unconscious - check for injuries

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    Check limbs for breaks and bleeding

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    Put into the recovery position

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    Keeping checking their breathing

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    Make comfortable before going for help

 

Outdoor First Aid Course

November 10th-11th 2015, Ironbridge

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    Discovering a collapsed walker

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    Hello can you hear me?

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    Assessing the casualty

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    Finding a walker who has slipped on steps

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    Making them comfortable

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    Calling for help

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    Encountering a volunteer with a bill hook wound

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    Calming them down, elevating the injury

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    Watching for fainting

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    Bandaging the wound

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    Another tree cutting injury

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    Applying a dressing

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    Ensuring there is sufficient pressure on the wound

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    Fallen off a wall?

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    Treating for a suspected neck injury and checking bones

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    Treating a leg injury

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    Treating a suspected neck injury

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    Supporting the casualties head

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    Insulating the casualty from the cold, damp ground

Outdoor First Aid Course

February 2015 for Dudley Caving Club

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    A fall underground can produce multiple injuries.

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    Treating head wounds ...

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    The ability to treat a range of injuries is important

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    It helps if you have an assistant!

 

Outdoor First Aid Course

December 2014 for Ski2, Italy

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    Checking and assessing the casualty

  • Making safe

    Try to keep the casualty insulated

  • Take a history

    If conscious and alert take a casualty history

  • Check for a pulse

    Ski clothing can make it hard to locate a pulse

  • Maintain their airway

    It\'s important to monitor their breathing and airway

  • Space blankets

    Keep the casualty warm with a space blanket

Outdoor First Aid Course

February 1st-2nd 2014, Top Barn.

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    Shout for help if the casulty is not alert.

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    Checking for injuries - Compare one side of the casualty with the other.

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    Remember to carefully check under a casualty for injuries.

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    Are both legs the same length?

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    Discover damage, deformity, difference, dysfunction, disability ...

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    Look for differences when checking for injuries.

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    Improvise support for damaged limbs.

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    Use what you have to hand to immobilise limbs.

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    Pad and bandage damaged limbs before attempting any movement.

 

Outdoor First Aid Course

November 2012 and Ledbury 2011.

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    Indoor practical exercise - having fun?

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    Indoor practical exercise

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    Indoor practical exercise - all wrapped up!

  • Outdoor Practical - Ledbury 2011

    What do you do?

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    You never know what you will find...

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    Putting First Aid theory into practice in the outdoors

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    It\'s important to talk to the casualty.

December 3rd and 10th, 2011
for: Wrekin Orienteers

  • Indoor Practical - Treating Injuries

    Putting First Aid theory into practice - treating injuries

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    Working in pairs to put new First Aid skills to the test

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    Judging the results ...

  • Outdoor Practical Scenarios

    Working in pairs to treating a casualty outside

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    A variety of Outdoor First Aid scenarios are staged

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    Casualties aren\'t always on flat ground!

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    It\'s important to talk to the casualty.

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    Candidates are judged on their skills and techniques

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    Putting First Aid theory into practice in the outdoors