Please note we no longer offer 3 hour refresher
courses in first aid
First Aid Training
Who can attend?
* YL’s aged 16+
* Leaders in Training
* Qualified leaders
What’s included? Workbook and 3 year certificate
What will each course cover?
Full day -9.30am to 3.30pm (covers ALQ clause – module 3, part 2d):
Girlguiding requires you to attend a 1st Response training that covers the following:
This is an enhanced course that will enable you to:
* Gain life-saving first aid skills
* Develop the confidence and skills required to cope with first aid situations
* Understand how to manage these situations
2 hour certified session that will give you a really good understanding of what’s actually happening to the casualty, what to expect, and how to administer the pen safely. You will get to actually use the pens and know what to expect after giving it.
How much does the training cost?
Ist Aid Training Course - £30
Epi Pen - £8.50
Payment can be made by cash or cheque payable to ‘H & S First Aid Ltd’ (please take with you on the day).
Remember, training and travel costs are a legitimate unit expense and refundable from unit funds.
* No. of participants per session – Minimum = 10; maximum 20
* You should wear uniform and, if attending the full day course, take a packed lunch.
*Tea and coffee provided but you will need to bring a mug.
* You will need your GO number, please bring with you.
Deadline for booking: 2 weeks before each course or sooner if fully subscribed
First Aid Dates
9.am to 3.30pm
The Alfrey Activity Centre CV7 7HR
September 19th 2020 ( FULL)
October 17th 2020
November 14th 2020
Non Girlguiding 1st aid qualification
Girlguiding no longer have a list of acceptable equivalent courses.So for all NON Girlguiding 1st response courses, it’s now the role of the District or Division commissioner to chat to the volunteer to confirm the external course has covered all the topics included in the 1st response course, see check list for more details. Most courses cover the basic 1st Aid side but it is our Girlguiding key policies and guidelines that are missed. So the conversation between Commissioner and Member needs to ensure that these polices and procedures are understood.