Will4Adventure is a provider of Immediate Temporary Care (ITC) outdoor first aid courses offering a selection of excellent hands-on first aid training that will take you from the office to the wilderness. All our outdoor first aid courses now offer latest guidelines on use of tourniquets, haemostatic dressings and use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). In addition our courses:

  • revalidate NGB awards (eg MIC, MIA, Mountain Leader, SPA, WGL, BCU, BASI ski instructor, Mountain Bike Leader, Local Cave and Mine Leader etc)
  • are suitable for HF holidays’ & Ramblers’ leaders
  • are Ofqual / SQA accredited & meet HSE standards for due diligence for first aid providers (see below)
  • have discounts available for early bookings

Outdoor first aid for an injured mountain biker in the Peak District

Image of outdoor first aid with a first aider at the head of a casualty managing the incident

Outdoor First Aid Courses: Essential information

Price: £120

Note discounts for early bookings:
8 weeks or more 20% discount = £96
6 weeks or more 15% discount = £102
4 weeks or more 10% discount = £108

Add £12 if in addition you wish to be assessed for and certificated for Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) on the same course.

Questions? Call us on 07791860163

Weekday dates
(Awesome Walls, Sheffield, S4 7QX)

  • 11th / 12th Dec 2018
  • 29th / 30th Jan 2019
  • 26th / 27th Feb 2019
  • 26th / 27th Mar 2019
  • 23rd / 24th April 2019
  • 21st / 22nd May 2019
  • 11th / 12th June 2019
  • 2nd / 3rd July 2019
  • 22nd / 23rd July 2019
  • 12th / 13th Sept 2019

Weekend dates
(Youlegrave, Peak District, DE45 1WN)

  • 19th / 20th Jan 2019
  • 2nd / 3rd Mar 2019
  • 20th / 21st Apr 2019
  • 18th / 19th May 2019
  • 22nd / 23rd June 2019
  • 13th / 14th July 2019
  • 14th / 15th Sept 2019

2 day ITC Outdoor First Aid (OFA)
fully accredited course run by outdoor professionals

“I have attended a fair few first aid courses and this was by far the best one.” Beth Brierly, Losehill Hall

“Best 1st aid course I’ve ever been on – excellent balance between instruction, demonstration and “hands-on” practice…” Jim Marriott – Peak District warden and former teacher

These 2 day ITC outdoor first aid courses offer wilderness first aid training ideal for outdoor leaders, Duke of Edinburgh Award participants and leaders, teachers, field scientists, archaeologists, field engineers and outdoor enthusiasts alike taking you through the skills essential for rescue and emergency care in the wilderness. Additionally if you need an outdoor first aid course to revalidate your NGB award (eg MIC, MIA, Mountain Leader, SPA, WGL, BCU, BASI ski instructor, Mountain Bike Leader, Local Cave and Mine Leader etc) then these SQA accredited outdoor first aid courses are for you.

Outdoor First Aid 16 hours (2 days) programme

  • Safe best practice
  • A systematic approach to incident management in the outdoors
  • Unconsciousness, causes and treatment
  • External bleeding, internal bleeding and shock
  • Resuscitation procedures including CPR, AED use and choking
  • Awareness of current regulations
  • Injury management outdoors
  • Illness recognition and management
  • Managing thermal (heat, cold) problems
  • Incident management scenarios

Course fee includes first aid manual and first aid certificate valid for three years.

Package

  • Interactive hands on practical training indoors and out
  • Use of recommended first aid kit
  • Easy to follow individual course booklet
  • An accredited, recognised certificate valid for 3 years

Book Your Place(s) on Our 2 day Outdoor First Aid Course HERE

Read our booking conditions here

Not sure this is the right outdoor first aid course for you? Got some questions? Call Will directly on 07791860163. In the event that our hands are tied up please do leave a message and we’ll get right back to you as soon as we can.

1 day Outdoor First Aid Emergency Action

This course covers the essentials of managing immediate, potentially life threatening incidents in a systematic manner. Ideal for anyone who may be required to take charge at an incident or for someone who wishes to be confident assisting a leader. This one day (8 hour) course is particularly suitable for DofE students and anyone who wishes to be a safer pair of hands in the wilderness environment of the UK. This course is day 1 of our 2 day outdoor first aid course. Successful candidates will be awarded the Emergency First Aid at Work certificate with a supporting letter stating that the qualification was earned as part of an 8 hour course set within the wilderness context.

Price: £75

Course fee includes first aid manual and first aid certificate valid for three years.

Package

  • Interactive hands on practical training indoors and out
  • Use of recommended first aid kit
  • Easy to follow individual course booklet
  • An accredited, recognised certificate valid for 3 years

Nb Following this course you will receive an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificate with an accompanying letter explaining that this was part of a wider 8 hour outdoor first aid course.

Location

  • All dates listed are for courses run in Sheffield and the Peak District (Youlegreave)
  • If the Peak District is not suitable for you then please email us with your location requirements

Course dates

These courses run on the first day of our two day Outdoor First Aid courses. See above.

These dates not suitable for you? Email us and we’ll see what we can arrange!

Group Rates

CoursePrice for up to 12Price for up to 24
Emergency First Aid at Work£440£800
Outdoor First Aid Courses (2 day)£990£1800
Outdoor First Aid Courses (1 day)£520£1008
Outdoor First Aid refresher (1 day)£200£360

Group rates include a first aid manual and first aid certificate (valid for three years) for all participants.

Immediate Temporary Care

Will4Adventure is a provider of Immediate Temporary Care (ITC) outdoor first aid courses. ITC First Ltd is a recognised awarding organisation approved by OfQual and the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA).

Outdoor first courses – first aid for a fallen climber

image showing two first-aiders looking after a fallen climber on an Outdoor First Aid course