First Aid

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Outdoor First Aid (REC) Level 2 - September 2020, Leatherhead

Location: Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Mill Way, Leatherhead, England, KT22 8QA
This 2 day (16hr) Outdoor (REC) First Aid training course is aimed at those who work or play outdoors with adults and/or children

Event details


A static map of Outdoor First Aid (REC) Level 2 - September 2020, Leatherhead

About the event

This 2 day (16hr) Remote Emergency Care Outdoor First Aid training is aimed at those who work or play in the outdoors with adults and/or children, and may have to deal with first aid incidents when at a distance from emergency services.

There will be a strong emphasis on practical skills with plenty of hands-on activities to help deal with a broad range of outdoor scenarios. You will receive a certificate confirming your Outdoor (REC) First Aid Level 2 qualification upon completion. Spaces are limited, booking is essential.

The course covers the following for both adults and paediatrics:

  • Accident Procedures: essential life saving systems for assessing and treating unconscious casualties.
  • Resuscitation and choking: applying the latest protocols to deal with non-breathing casualties.
  • Bleeding: look at dealing with major bleeds.
  • Major Injuries: head, chest, limbs and spine.
  • Insulate and Shelter: managing your casualty until help arrives.

This training course conforms to the requirements of the MLTUK, BCU, RYA and other outdoor governing bodies. We focus on dealing with incidents far from medical help with the minimal equipment you would carry while participating in, or leading outdoor activities with adults and children. Again the emphasis is on practical skills with plenty of hands-on practice including lots of outdoor scenarios.

The course will provide vital first aid essentials such as CPR and Accident Procedures and consider the practicalities of these protocols in the outdoors.  Outdoor first aid training covers the core skills of first aid applied in the outdoors whilst also looking at major injuries such as broken bones, head and spinal injuries and hypo and hyperthermia.  

Tutor Profile - Training Expertise

Are outdoor professionals, expedition and fieldwork enthusiasts and take pride in high quality, hands-on training which gives you the confidence and skills to carry out your ventures and adventures safely and successfully.



SWT Members £160, Non-members £172

Additional booking information

Invoices are available on request by emailing
(Note : if requesting an invoice, a booking on this course is only confirmed when immediate payment is made).

Suitable for

Adults, Beginners

Know before you go

What to bring

Please bring a packed lunch and a water bottle.  Ensure you wear sturdy walking boots and all-weather suitable outdoor clothing is recommended.  Hot refreshments will be available during the day.

Parking information

Free parking on site


Disabled toilet

Contact us

Victoria Pinder
Contact number: 01483 663300