Our REC 2-day outdoor (remote) first aid course is designed for outdoor enthusiasts and professionals. It is fully recognised by National Governing bodies such as MLTB, BASI, British Canoeing etc
The course satisfies first aid requirements for leadership and instructing qualifications of Mountain Leader (ML(s) and ML(W)), Single Pitch Supervisors Award (SPA), MIA, MIC, BASI and Mountain Bike awards as well as UKCC coaching awards.
It is suitable for school journey leader, Duke of Edinburgh leader / coordinator, ecologists and fieldworkers etc
Our instructional staff are qualified mountain leaders, climbing instructors and kayak instructors with cave and mountain rescue experience. They bring to this course an extensive experience in the outdoor adventurous activity and remote rescue world.
This Remote First Aid course introduces basic and more advanced first aid skills. It will enable you to deal with initial, pre-hospital, treatment in rural or remote areas where more professional help may be delayed and where the casualty may need difficult evacuation.
The course makes extensive use of outdoor & realistic scenarios in all weather conditions appropriate to outdoor adventure.
Rescue Emergency Care (REC) is internationally recognised as one of the most relevant first aid training schemes for people who live in rural or remote areas and for those who lead groups or participate in outdoor activities such as walking, climbing, mountaineering, kayaking and other water sports.
No Previous experience is needed to undertake this course.
As with the Level 1 (Emergency First Aid at Work) course, assessment is made continuously over the 16-hours.