The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (CroW) created a public right of access to mountain, moor, heath, down and registered common land in England and Wales.
Emergency first aid at work
This one-and-a-half-day course combines both theory and practical experience ensuring that the practical element is realistic, relevant and aimed at the shooting community.
The training is provided by an ex-front-line Army medic expert with 12 years of real-life experience. Being trained by the best will instil you with confidence and provide all the knowledge and skills required to be a successful first aider.
What is covered
- Roles and responsibilities
- Scene management
- Casualty handling
- Spinal injuries
- Up-to-date first aid equipment familiarisation
- Ticks, snakes, bees and associated illnesses
- Ballistic trauma, severe bleeding (including chainsaw trauma)
- Management of shock
- Safety and use of a defibrillator
- Gunshot wounds/associated wounds
- Amputations and crushing injuries
- Splinting techniques
- Casualty evacuation
- Transporting a casualty with spinal conditions
- Tourniquet usage and application
- Individual and pair CPR
- Cardiac conditions
- Celox familiarisation
- Unresponsive casualty
The total Guided Learning Hours required for this course is six hours for the Ofqual-regulated qualification. In addition to the core hours, we have included areas bespoke to shooters which make this course one-and-a-half-days long.
This course is an Ofqual-regulated certificated course and once completed you will be an in-date trained first aider for a period of three years.
BASC members: £200
Should there be insufficient bookings, BASC reserves the right to cancel the course. In the interests of fairness, BASC will aim to provide candidates with notification of cancellation as soon as possible prior to the advertised start date.
We strongly recommend that fees for any accommodation you book are refundable as BASC will not be responsible for any losses incurred by candidates.
If for any reason you cancel your place on the course then the following scale of charges may apply:
|Reallocation to another course|
(only available eight weeks or more before the course start date)
|Second reallocation to another course|
(only available eight weeks or more before the course start date AND only in exceptional circumstances)
|Cancellation more than eight weeks before the course start date|
|Cancellation less than eight weeks but more than four weeks before the course start date|
|Cancellation less than four weeks before the course start date|