2 Day – ITC Qualification in Outdoor First Aid

Between: 23rd May 2020 - 24th May 2020 Between: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Location: 19th Durham Scouts (Hut)

Course Dates: 23rd & 24th May’ 20
Timings: 9am – 6pm
Venue: 19th Durham Scouts Hut, Nelson Hall, Neville’s Cross
Cost: £100 for the standard course, optional extra First Aid At Work Certificate £20.


Please avoid blocking the church car park. There is a road opposite the church entrance which has on street parking. Sunday this is free and Saturday is 20p per 30 minutes so for the full 9 hours a total of £3.60

Course Content:

This course is an accredited qualification and is constructed by two units.

Unit One / Day One – Outdoor First Aid Emergency Action
Unit Two / Day Two – Outdoor First Aid Emergency Incident Management

Each unit has a contact time of 8 hours, therefore, if you are unable to attend the full course you will not be eligible to be awarded the full level qualification.

Please ensure you are familiar with the Venue address and arrive prior to the 9.00am start.

The course is of a practical nature so wear comfortable clothing and footwear. Some of the training will be outdoors on day two so be prepared for the weather i.e. waterproofs, walking boots, hat, gloves.

First Aid is a practical skill with a physical element to the training course. If you have any learning or additional needs, or are unsure about your ability to participate in the practical activity, please contact us so we can inform the trainers.

You will be required to provide evidence of identity to the Tutor at course registration i.e. photo driving licence, passport.



First aid at work certificate at an additional £20 for the registration and certification. The course content doesn’t change, but must be booked in advance. Please add to the  additional comments box when booking if this is required.

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