Remote Emergency Care Level 3 / Rescue & Incident Management Training
Duration : 5 Days
Outdoor First Aid
A 5 day course that is recognised by ISKGA , BCU, RYA and other outdoor governing bodies. On this course we focus on dealing with incidents far from medical help with the minimal equipment you would carry while participating in or leading outdoor activities in the marine environment. Again the emphasis is on practical skills with plenty of hands-on practice including lots of marine outdoor scenarios.
Future courses can be tailored to the requirements of special interest groups, for example climbers, mountain leaders, paddlesports instructors or divemasters.
A holistic 5 day course covering the REC Level 3 Outdoor First Aid and followed by on the water scenarios and Incident management. A fantastic course for any level of paddler. It is a Generic module for International Sea Kayaking Guide Association and this course is a module for the ISKGA Coastal Guide. The Incident management element of this course will be counted towards two of the days of the ISKGA Incident management module.
Location and times
We meet between 09:00 – 09:30 at Sea Kayaking Cornwall Expedition Centre to brief, plan and pack for the day. We aim to finish around 4:30pm however location chosen for the day may alter these times.
Tregedna Farm Campsite and Lodge
Cornwall TR11 5HL
Directions By Car
From Truro take the A39 signposted to Falmouth. At Treluswell double roundabout, continue straight on following signs to Falmouth. At the Asda roundabout go straight across on to the dual carriageway and continue to the next roundabout with the black anchor (Hillhead) where you turn right. Go straight across the next three mini roundabouts and continue on this road for about 2 miles – this is the Maenporth beach road and you will find Tregedna Farm on the right hand side.
What it includes
The course fee includes equipment if required. The equipment we can supply are wetsuits, thermal tops, water proof kayaking jackets, buoyancy aids, helmets, spray decks and of course kayaks and paddles. We use quality equipment maintained to a high standard to ensure you are comfortable and safe out on the water. The fee also includes transport during the course if required. We also have hot showers and a drying room for you to use. Our base has navigation equipment and a multimedia classroom to utilise for briefings and classes. During your course our kitchen has an endless supply of fresh coffee and tea to get you started each morning. We also have secure kayak storage if required during your time with us.
For the First aid element of the course it will include a First Aid Manual and Course Notes and a Resuscitation Mask / Face Shield.