High Peak Wilderness First Aid update!

We are having a 15 year celebration of providing first aid courses by offering past and future clients a great service and value for money when you book a training course with us. Our first offer of 2012 is for all past and future clients on our High Peak Wilderness First Aid Course.  Once you have completed the first aid course it will last for three years before you need to renew the qualification. Currently, there is no mandatory refresher.  However, we offer you the opportunity to attend the second day of the High Peak Wilderness First Aid Course at any time in the three year period for free. This will enable you to refresh your skills and feel more confident to deal with an incident in a remote location. It would also be useful for you to attend if you are going for an assessment with the British Canoe Union – BCU, Mountain Leader Training Association – MLTA, Mountain-Bike Instructors’ Award Scheme – MIAS and British Caving Association – BCA. These are just a few examples of the national organisations that recognise our first aid training courses. We can also give you up to date advice on what to have in a first aid kit and equipment to carry to deal with an emergency when help may be delayed. We also have a range of tough, waterproof manuals, casualty card and and rescue request forms to make your life easier.

If you are not attending the High Peak Wilderness First Aid course we have other packages for all the courses that we offer – I will be posting regular updates here, on our High Peak First Aid Trainings Face Book Page and on our Twitter Account as HighPeak1stAid.



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