Outdoor First Aid
Ideal for Duke of Edinburgh's Award Students
As your students take on challenges in the great outdoors it is important to teach them survival skills and how to keep each other safe. Our Outdoor First Aid workshops are specifically designed for students participating in outdoor enrichment programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Scouts and Explorers.
Students will learn through age-appropriate practical demonstrations using props and scenarios led by one of our experienced Resus Responders Leaders. On completion of the workshop all students will receive a First Aid certificate of attendance.
What is First Aid?
Outdoor Injuries (minor and severe)
Outdoor First Aid Workshop (2 hours)
Your Due Diligence
Our workshops covers all the statutory guidelines:
PSHE Association Programme of Study.
Part of: Physical health and mental wellbeing H1
STATUTORY GUIDANCE: Know concepts of basic first-aid, for example dealing with common injuries, including head injuries.
STATUTORY GUIDANCE: Know how to make a clear and efficient call to emergency services if necessary.
STATUTORY GUIDANCE: Know basic treatment for common injuries.
STATUTORY GUIDANCE: Know life-saving skills, including how to administer CPR.
STATUTORY GUIDANCE: Know the purpose of defibrillators and when one might be needed.
All our Leaders are fully qualified and our quality assurance include:
First Aid trained
Knowledge of SEND
Fully Risk Assessed
The lesson was really useful for knowledge of what to do in an emergency. They also explained what system they use to find your location if you make a call. This information could be vital in future situations.
Charlie, Year 7
The lesson was very good for learning about what to do in an emergency. It was also great to learn about what incidents are serious enough to call 999 / the ambulance service and to learn the number for less serious situations was helpful.
Charlotte, Year 9
It was very informative of what to do in a situation where somebody falls unconscious.
Ellie, Year 9
It was interesting to hear the perspective of a call handler and how busy and diverse their role is.
Jake, Year 11
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Outdoor First Aid Workshops
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Resus Responders Teacher-Led Resources can be used flexibly by teachers. This all-inclusive resource package includes Spiral Curriculum Scheme of Work, Lesson Plans, PowerPoints with exclusive videos, and activity sheets.
We also offer online resources for children interested in a career in emergency response including posters and videos, free for all schools across the UK.