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Outdoor First Aid Courses 2012 Course Details Peak Mountaineering is proud to be a provider of Immediate Temporary Care (ITC) first aid courses. ITC is a HSE approved provider and a leader in the delivery of high quality first aid courses. The focus of our courses is a practical approach to training – there’s no long hours staring at a Powerpoint to worry about! As well as being HSE approved our Outdoor First Aid courses are also QCF accredited at Level 2. Our two-day (16 hour) course is ideal for outdoor instructors, Duke of Edinburgh Award leaders and participants, teachers and outdoor enthusiasts. They are also suitable if you need an outdoor first aid qualification to revalidate your NGB award (eg MIC, MIA, Mountain Leader, SPA, WGL, Mountain Bike Leader, Local Cave and Mine Leader etc). Our 2 days courses cover • • • • • • • • •

Guidance on current best practice and awareness of relevant legislation A systematic approach to incident management in the outdoors Resuscitation procedures (including choking) Unconsciousness (causes and treatment) External bleeding, internal bleeding and shock Injury management in an outdoors environment Illness recognition and management Managing heat and cold problems Incident management scenarios

2012 Course Dates Saturday 14 and Sunday 15th January Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May Saturday 21st Sunday 22nd July Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November As well as our scheduled dates we are always happy to arrange additional courses at your own venue or to run a bespoke course if you have a group looking for training. In the past we have delivered courses for, amongst others, outdoor centres, climbing clubs and schools. Please contact us to discuss a competitive price.


Venue Loxley Hall, Market Place, Hope, Hope Valley, S33 6RH Venue Details Our training venue is situated in the centre of Hope. Hope is a quaint village in the heart of the Peak District National Park Within a short walk from our venue there’s also a great selection of cafes, pubs and shops. Our courses are non-residential but we have several tried and tested B&B’s, hotels, bunkhouses and campsites nearby (we’ll be more than happy to help with your booking arrangements). We also happen to be perfectly situated for a range of outdoor activities if you want to wind down after a days training or tag an extra day onto your visit. Mountain bikers can head out on some of the countries best trails straight from the door. For climbers there are some of the best Peak District crags only 5-10 minutes away (Stanage, Burbage or Froggatt to name a few) and for cavers there’s classics like P8, Giant’s Hole or the delights of the Stoney Middleton caves only minutes away. Of course there are also loads of beautiful walks just down the road. An evening stroll onto Mamtor or a walk through the beautiful Burbage Valley to name a couple. Alternatively, there’s loads of other great villages such as Castleton, Hathersage or Bamford only a few minutes away. Stay on and visit Castleton’s famous caves (we are based in Castleton so we can give you great local advice), sample the shopping delights of Hathersage’s mega Outside shop or head through Bamford to visit the famous Derwent Dams. We really couldn’t be better placed for your course. Price £125 per person 10% discount for BMC, AMI or MLTA members 50% discount for anyone booking a place in conjunction with one of our NGB award courses (please contact us for details of our NGB courses). Successful participants will receive a first aid certificate (valid for 3 years) along with a comprehensive first aid manual. Please note that, unlike many first aid courses, our course fee INCLUDES a delicious buffet style lunch. Our Team We pride ourselves on the quality of our instructors and the relationships we build with clients. Our office is run by Cal. Cal is an active climber, mountain biker, qualified climbing instructor and Peak District resident. She can help with finding accommodation or recommending a good pub just as efficiently as dealing with course enquiries. All our instructors are local, active and experienced with strong backgrounds in remote care environments and expedition medicine. They are the face of our business and we know how important a good instructor is to giving you the best possible learning opportunity.


But don’t just take our word for it – here’s a few comments from previous participants: “The best first aid course I’ve done – and with 32 years instructing under my belt………I’ve done quite a few!” “I really appreciated the practical nature of the course. I’m not great at sitting listening for very long and, as promised, I didn’t need to” “I liked the way the course progressively built up our skills. I feel far more confident about dealing with future emergencies. Many thanks.” “I thought this was a very well structured course and the instructor clearly knew exactly what he was talking about. Highly recommended.” “A brilliant course.”

Why choose Peak Mountaineering for your First Aid Course? Top quality instructors (who are local and active) A brilliant venue in the heart of the Peak District National Park Practical, progressive teaching strategies Competitive pricing (and discounts for various groups) - A FREE LUNCH! – one less thing to think about. -

Peak Mountaineering, Tor Lea, Millbridge, Castleton, Hope Valley, S33 8WR www.peakmountaineering.com info@peakmountaineering.com Tel 01433 620283 or 07840187735


Outdoor First Aid Courses 2012 Course Details Peak Mountaineering is proud to be a provider of Immediate Temporary Care (ITC) first aid courses. ITC is a HSE approved provider and a leader in the delivery of high quality first aid courses. The focus of our courses is a practical approach to training – there’s no long hours staring at a Powerpoint to worry about! As well as being HSE approved our Outdoor First Aid courses are also QCF accredited at Level 2. Our two-day (16 hour) course is ideal for outdoor instructors, Duke of Edinburgh Award leaders and participants, teachers and outdoor enthusiasts. They are also suitable if you need an outdoor first aid qualification to revalidate your NGB award (eg MIC, MIA, Mountain Leader, SPA, WGL, Mountain Bike Leader, Local Cave and Mine Leader etc). Our 2 days courses cover • • • • • • • • •

Guidance on current best practice and awareness of relevant legislation A systematic approach to incident management in the outdoors Resuscitation procedures (including choking) Unconsciousness (causes and treatment) External bleeding, internal bleeding and shock Injury management in an outdoors environment Illness recognition and management Managing heat and cold problems Incident management scenarios

2012 Course Dates Saturday 14 and Sunday 15th January Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May Saturday 21st Sunday 22nd July Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November As well as our scheduled dates we are always happy to arrange additional courses at your own venue or to run a bespoke course if you have a group looking for training. In the past we have delivered courses for, amongst others, outdoor centres, climbing clubs and schools. Please contact us to discuss a competitive price.


Venue Loxley Hall, Market Place, Hope, Hope Valley, S33 6RH Venue Details Our training venue is situated in the centre of Hope. Hope is a quaint village in the heart of the Peak District National Park Within a short walk from our venue there’s also a great selection of cafes, pubs and shops. Our courses are non-residential but we have several tried and tested B&B’s, hotels, bunkhouses and campsites nearby (we’ll be more than happy to help with your booking arrangements). We also happen to be perfectly situated for a range of outdoor activities if you want to wind down after a days training or tag an extra day onto your visit. Mountain bikers can head out on some of the countries best trails straight from the door. For climbers there are some of the best Peak District crags only 5-10 minutes away (Stanage, Burbage or Froggatt to name a few) and for cavers there’s classics like P8, Giant’s Hole or the delights of the Stoney Middleton caves only minutes away. Of course there are also loads of beautiful walks just down the road. An evening stroll onto Mamtor or a walk through the beautiful Burbage Valley to name a couple. Alternatively, there’s loads of other great villages such as Castleton, Hathersage or Bamford only a few minutes away. Stay on and visit Castleton’s famous caves (we are based in Castleton so we can give you great local advice), sample the shopping delights of Hathersage’s mega Outside shop or head through Bamford to visit the famous Derwent Dams. We really couldn’t be better placed for your course. Price £125 per person 10% discount for BMC, AMI or MLTA members 50% discount for anyone booking a place in conjunction with one of our NGB award courses (please contact us for details of our NGB courses). Successful participants will receive a first aid certificate (valid for 3 years) along with a comprehensive first aid manual. Please note that, unlike many first aid courses, our course fee INCLUDES a delicious buffet style lunch. Our Team We pride ourselves on the quality of our instructors and the relationships we build with clients. Our office is run by Cal. Cal is an active climber, mountain biker, qualified climbing instructor and Peak District resident. She can help with finding accommodation or recommending a good pub just as efficiently as dealing with course enquiries. All our instructors are local, active and experienced with strong backgrounds in remote care environments and expedition medicine. They are the face of our business and we know how important a good instructor is to giving you the best possible learning opportunity.


But don’t just take our word for it – here’s a few comments from previous participants: “The best first aid course I’ve done – and with 32 years instructing under my belt………I’ve done quite a few!” “I really appreciated the practical nature of the course. I’m not great at sitting listening for very long and, as promised, I didn’t need to” “I liked the way the course progressively built up our skills. I feel far more confident about dealing with future emergencies. Many thanks.” “I thought this was a very well structured course and the instructor clearly knew exactly what he was talking about. Highly recommended.” “A brilliant course.”

Why choose Peak Mountaineering for your First Aid Course? Top quality instructors (who are local and active) A brilliant venue in the heart of the Peak District National Park Practical, progressive teaching strategies Competitive pricing (and discounts for various groups) - A FREE LUNCH! – one less thing to think about.

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Peak Mountaineering, Tor Lea, Millbridge, Castleton, Hope Valley, S33 8WR www.peakmountaineering.com info@peakmountaineering.com Tel 01433 620283 or 07840187735


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