Emergency Casualty Care for Work at Height and Rescue
Duration - 2 Days :: Course Cost - £350 plus VAT
The course will be of particular interest to IRATA and wind turbine technicians, construction and telecommunications engineers, tower crane operators and emergency service or voluntary height rescue teams.
Unlike some first aid at work courses, this course has a very practical nature, combining emergency first aid skills with work at height and rescue. Most of the practical sessions take place in our bespoke working at height training area. The course is delivered by our own highly-experienced working at height and rescue trainers, many of whom are members of local mountain or cave rescue teams and with extensive experience of ‘real-life’ situations.
Having covered basic first aid skills and procedures, the use of more advanced skills and equipment for fracture immobilisation, airway management and casualty extrication are introduced during a variety of challenging scenarios. These scenarios can often be tailored to reflect candidate’s normal working environments.
To gain maximum benefit from this challenging course, candidates will ideally have some pre-course knowledge of work at height techniques.
Following assessment, successful candidates will receive Lyon Equipment and QNUK Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF) certificates and an ID card record of training, valid for three years.
|Course Dates 2017|
|Please contact us to discuss your requirements|
|Course Code - LT53|
We will run additional courses on alternative dates for group bookings.
Paul Dean - "I thought the training was first class from start to finish. The instructors were very helpful and knowledgeable."