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Basic Life Support (Emergency First Aid for Sport)

Workshop description The Basic Life Support (Emergency First Aid for Sport) workshop provides the basic skills, knowledge and understanding required to give care and manage life threatening conditions and illness, specifically focusing on those occurring in a sporting environment. The course looks at medical emergency action plans should a situation arise that requires immediate action and includes: conducting a primary survey, basic life support skills including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), concussion, and head injuries.

Location
Sport Structures
Contact
Sport Structures / education@sportstructures.com

Basic Life Support (Emergency First Aid for Sport)

Who is the workshop for?

The Basic Life Support (Emergency First Aid for Sport) workshop is suitable for coaches, referees, activators and volunteers including those that are required to assist qualified first aiders in the workplace.

What's the value of this workshop?

This workshop provides learners with the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to attend a conscious or unconscious casualty.

"This was a brilliant workshop made so by the tutor – very engaging and knowledgeable".

Learner eligibility

Learners must be a minimum of least 14 years of age and be able to communicate effectively in English. This workshop involves undertaking practical activity involving kneeling and lying down

Booking

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