First Aid for Forestry & Outdoor Workers

QA L 3 Emergency First Aid  (1 day)
For Outdoor Workers and Forestry

All Change!

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!

Quiz Question..
Q: Which of the above Snake/s are venomous?
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Learners and ‘casualty’ hanging around

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
Unconscious Casualty
Catastrophic Bleeding

Crushing Injuries
Extremes of Temperature
Snake Bites
Ticks and Lyme’s Disease
Minor Injuries
Extraction from remote locations etc.

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance, this maybe what it takes to safely extract your casualty. Donate,every penny counts.