First aid and medical training for urban, wilderness and hostile environments
Emergency Preparedness First Aid
for Disaster Zones
This course will enable an individual, family or organisation to maximize their chances of survival in a disaster such as, fire, flood, tsunami, hurricane or earthquake. There is a core syllabus focusing on first aid in disasters with bolt on modules. The course is currently available for government organisations, NGO’s and schools as an example. Training packages are available for High Peak First Aid to train your key staff and leave your organisation with the necessary skills to cascade training across your organisation. This aspect is particularly relevant if you live or work in a country that is prone to natural disaster. Please remember your duty to house keepers and siblings as they may be the only people to give first aid to you after a disaster. Natural disasters are not selective in population as a CEO or government representative your life may depend on a child. Language is not a barrier for our courses as we have proven experience in training overseas and have course material to support training. Course fees depend on numbers attending and location.
If you are interested in this course some aspects are covered on the following courses:
Our next course will be held in Nepal this winter along with supporting course material in Nepali and English. This course can be provided in the UK or world wide. Please call 01433 621484 to discuss your options for this course.
The short video below was part of a training package in September 2014 for an NGO in Nepal committed to emergency preparedness training. Nepal had an earthquake on 25th April 2015.
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation – Adult, Child and Baby – AED use
Shock – Neurogenic, Hypovolaemic, Anaphylactic, Cardiogenic, Septic and Psychogenic
Bleeding and wound management
Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergencies
Environmental related disorders
Bolt on Modules (each module is 2hrs)
Family and Personal Preparedness – food stores, back up plans, out of area contact, use of smartphones in an emergency, specific safety tasks, gathering place, vital personal documentation, emergency tools