First Aid (REC)
Rescue and Emergency Care
Relaxed, friendly, practical, fun and professional,
First Aid Training for all.
We are one Wales' leading providers of Rescue and Emergency Care (REC) first aid courses. Mark Baggy Richards your tutor has been involved and teaching within with REC for over 16 years. He started out on his first aid path whilst working for Plas-Y- Brenin delivering courses there.
Our courses are delivered in a way that promotes an enjoyable and friendly learning environment. REC courses are not designed to overload you with terminology, but to provide training that will equip you to deal with a wide range of first aid scenarios. Sitting in a classroom for 2 days is not what this course is about. Its about building confidence and getting hands on.
The 2 day course is ideally suited for instructors, teachers, youth workers, voluntary assistants/leaders, climbers, canoeists, expedition providers, park wardens, shopkeepers; actually it is relevant to anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of first aid and requires a 16 hour based first aid qualification.
The course meets the requirements for most National Governing Bodies such as ; Mountain Leader Training (MLT), Canoe Wales (CT), British Canoe Union (BCU), DofE, Scouts, Girl Guides, British Caving Association, UK and Scottish Mountain Bike Awards, Basic Expedition Leader Award, RYA, BOF, etc
REC has been established for over 30 years and has approved and endorsed trainers across the UK and within Europe.
Do you require any previous experience?
No previous first aid experience is required, we cater for all abilities.
Are you assessed ?
There is no formal assessment. Just attend the 2 days, participate in the course and you will recieve a formal certificate.
Previous clients have come from all walks of life, including teachers, youth workers, nurses, scout leaders, D of E leaders, parents, fire fighters, shop-workers, police officers. the list is endless.
“I was very unsure as to how my first ever first aid course would go…. To say I enjoyed it would be an understatement. Very informative, enjoyable, fun and it has given me all the confidence I require”
Jan Holmes - PE Teacher
"Fantastic course, well delivered, great fun and very professional"
David -Met Police
“Fantastic, fun and spot on”
Bill Harris - Outdoor Instructor
"This is the third first aid course I have been on and I was not looking forward to another dull weekend away from home. What a pleasant surprise I had. Informative and varied with lots of practical sessions made this the best course I have done”
Emma - Youth Worker
“So little jargon, hands on, very informative and up to date. What more do you need”
Sam Jenkins - Outdoor enthusiast, parent and Scout Leader.
Dates for 2017
January 12th and 13th
Course Costs :
Includes ; use of bandages, course handbook, A4 certificate, hot and cold beverages, cakes and biscuits
- COURSE - Only £110.00 ( non residential ) See potential discount below.
- Accommodation - £ 12.50 per night for self catering, on site, accommodation in White Peris. Please visit self catering section of website for further details (subject to availability - contact the centre for details).
£10.00 on course fees (not accommodation) for following members:
(Proof of membership is required)
- The Great Outdoors magazine subscribers
- Download and complete the booking form (found at the bottom of page in useful downloads) and return with payment or:
- Download and complete the booking form, return to centre and contact the centre with your credit card details.
Group bookings / school groups
Groups of up to 24 can be catered for at your own venue, provided you are based within Wales and England. Contact Mark Richards on 01286 870853 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details and costs.
Full course details and syllabus
Please download information below (found in useful downloads).
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