We have decided to make the training day even more valuable to Outdoor and Forestry Workers:
- We have shortened the day: 9:00 to 17:00
- Kept the nationally recognised Emergency First Aid + Catostrophic Bleeding qualification
- Removed the +F qualification which added and extra classtime and examtime
- Made it more ‘friendly’ by delivering it from a farming environment
- Providing lots more practical/hands-on first Aid and less time in the classroom
- Making it very specific to what you do…..out there in the wild!
Registration and refreshments at 8:45
Course starts at 9:00 – Finishing Time 17:00
(Can be 8:30 to 16:30)
Test Your Snake ID Skills – Quiz!
Q: Which of the above Snake/s are venomous?
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158 fatal injuries to workers in the agriculture, forestry and fishing over the last 5 years.
The qualification is ideal for those who work in the arboricultural, forestry, agricultural and remote environments.
Learners will be equipped with the knowledge and practical skills needed to treat a range of injuries and diseases:
Managing an Emergency
CPR and use of Defibrillators
Extremes of Temperature
Ticks and Lyme’s Disease
Extraction from remote locations etc.
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance, this maybe what it takes to safely extract your casualty. Donate,every penny counts.