Emergency First Aid at Work – Rugby First Aid
The one day course covers all the essential first aid for rugby. It is recognised for use in the workplace and supports the UKCC coaching requirements. Lifeline Training is a training provider for a number of sports NGBs, sports clubs and medical trusts.
This course supported by the RFU, and the content has been made rugby specific to best meet the needs of Rugby coaches.
The course will include all relevant sporting type injuries and will be delivered by trainers who are medics and rugby coaches and coach educator. Lifeline Training guarantees a manikin for each person providing opportunities for candidates to have lots of hands on experience.
All candidates will receive:
- training pack
- colour manual,
- 5 certificates – QCF Emergency First Aid at Work, Rugby First Aid 6 hrs, Automated External Defibrillator, BHF Emergency Life Support and Auto Adrenaline Injection Pen Module – Epi & Jext.
The 6 hour course meets the requirements for changes in first aid training from 1st Oct 2012.
The course content will include: aims of first aid, role of first aider, anaphylaxis, asthma, bleeding, fractures and dislocations, collisions, head injuries, choking, cardio pulmonary resuscitation – adult, child and baby, defibrillation, diabetes, eye injuries, first aid kits, fitting, heart attacks, recovery position, shock, spinal injuries, unconscious casualties, burns, climate injuries, soft tissue injuries,
Q & As.
£50 per person
Tutor: Brett Bader
Rugby Coach & Coach Educator. Medical Training Consultant.