REC (Rescue & Emergency Care) Level 2 First-Aid
Over two days of training learners will develop the skills and knowledge to deal with a range of first-aid incidents and situations specifically associated with the outdoor environment. The course will enable the learner to: deal with an unresponsive casualty, perform CPR, identify and better handle a range of common medical conditions, deal with casualties with common injuries associated with being outdoors, manage a group within a first-aid incident , arrange for medical assistance through other services such as Mountain Rescue and much more.
British Cycling Level 2 Mountain Bike Leadership Assessment Day
The course assesses the candidate to fulfil the assessment criteria set out by the British Cycling Mountain Bike Leader Award. The Assessment criteria includes, but is not limited to: promoting a positive leadership image, trailside repairs and problem solving, equipment selection, personal riding skills, benefit / risk management, route planning, navigation, group control and emergency situation management. For detailed information see the British Cycling website www.britishcycling.org.uk/mtbleadership