Sports First Aid

1 Day Course

This 1-day sportsfirst aid course focuses on how to treat sport related injuries – from sprains, strains and fractures through to life threatening injuries.

The physicality of any sport means that injury is an ever-present danger. Where you may be responsible for athletes or sporting individuals, it may be inevitable that that you will have to deal with an injury at some point in the future.

Our sports first aid course will give you the latest knowledge, skills and techniques to treat many of the most common sports injuries with confidence.

When the right treatment is applied swiftly and accurately to an athlete under your care, it can alleviate pain, prevent the problem from worsening and help improve the rate of healing.

On the day we will cover:

  • Aims and Principles of First Aid
  • Event planning and record keeping
  • Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Care of an unconscious casualty
  • Bleeds
  • Soft tissue injuries and management
  • Fractures and Dislocation
  • Head Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Hyperthermia / Hypothermia

Upon successful completion of the Sports First Aid Course, each learner will receive Sports First Aid certificate, which is valid for 3 years.

Why Choose CTC Quality & Safety Training?

Leading Training Provider
Come to us or we can provide training at your workplace
The course meets H&S (First Aid) Regulation and is HSE recommended
Regularly updated so you always get the latest knowledge and skills
Expert first aid tutors with real experience in the field
A friendly and supportive learning environment

DID YOU KNOW?

Research suggests that children and adolescents account for around 50% of A&E attendances for sporting injuries.

 

Sports First Aid – 1 Day Course

From only £90.00pp

For group bookings of 6 or above please call us directly.
This Sports First Aid course is the ideal course for individuals working in a sporting environment and the potential for the need to administer First Aid as a result of sporting injury or illness. Example individuals include, Sports Coaches, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Match and Club officials, Teachers, Parents, Fitness and Gym instructors, Athletes and Participants and anyone involved in sporting activity.