Outdoor & Activity First Aid Courses

2nd Chance First Aid's range of Activity & Outdoors First Aid courses are designed to provide people who work, or are active, outdoors or in the rural environment with all the skills needed to to provide first aid in the outdoors environment. Typically, people who work outside, or are undertaking leisure pursuits, such as cycling, kayaking, hill walking, are at least 30 minutes from help in the case of an emergency. This outdoors first aid qualification course will give you the skills needed to cope with an emergency situation in the wilder parts of the country.

The Activity & Outdoors First Aid course This course is recognised throughout the UK and is the course of choice for experienced practitioners who use the outdoors. It satisfies the requirements of the IOL and is suitable for most Outdoor Instructor Awards (ML, SPA, BCU, BASI, etc, as well as for scout leaders, DofE, conservation volunteers, foresters, Forest School leaders, etc.

Below are all our upcoming Activity & Outdoors First Aid courses at the Robinswood Hill Country Park in Gloucestershire.

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What Are Activity & Outdoors First Aid Courses?

Activity & Outdoors First Aid Courses are first aid courses suitable for workers in rural and remote settings and will maintain the license to practice for those with Outdoor National Governing Body Instructor awards.

Why Attend An Activity & Outdoors First Aid Course?

There are many reasons why you might want to attend an Activity & Outdoors First Aid course with us in Gloucestershire. Typical reasons for learning first aid skills in the outdoors environment include:

  • You work outdoors and need a nationally recognised outdoors first aid qualification to undertake your work.
  • You are a group leader for outdoor pursuits or training and need to have a formal first aid qualification.
  • You are a lone walker, cyclist, or orienteer who is more than 30 minutes from help in the case of an accident and want to be able to treat injuries or illness until help arrives.

Who Needs To Attend An Activity & Outdoors First Aid Course?

Anyone working outdoors and needs a formal first aid qualification should attend the Activity & Outdoors First Aid course in order to learn first aid skills specifically for the outdoor environment where help may be a minimum of 30 minutes away.

Where Do Your Activity & Outdoors First Aid Courses Take Place?

Our Forest Schools First Aid courses take place at the Robinswood Hill Country Park just outside Gloucester.