The Level 2 Award in Activity First Aid is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed for those who have a responsibility to provide first aid in outdoor and activity based environments.
Successful candidates will gain the knowledge and skills needed to treat a range of conditions that could occur during any form of activity, from life threatening illnesses to minor injuries.

What's covered?

  • The role and responsibilities of a first aider   
  • Assessing an incident 
  • Managing an unresponsive casualty
  • CPR and AED use
  • Recovery Position
  • Heart Attack  
  • Stroke  
  • Head, neck and back injuries
  • Chest and abdominal injuries 
  • Fractures  
  • External bleeding & Shock 
  • Burns and scalds 
  • Choking
  • Poisoning
  • Anaphylaxis 
  • Asthma 
  • Diabetes 
  • Epilepsy and seizures 
  • Treatment for hot and cold temperatures  
  • Minor injuries 
  • Sprains, strains and dislocations 
  • Eye injuries

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the student, and a final exam. Those students who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate entitled "Level 2 Activity First Aid" that is valid for three years.

Cost:  at your venue from £549 + vat (6 persons), £649+vat (12 persons)

Duration:  2 days (12 learning Hours)

OFQUAL accredited:  Yes on request but please add £5+vat per person

Under current guidelines it is highly recommended that the students attend our 1/2 day First Aid Refresher Course every year to keep their First Aid Skills up to date

There is no HSE approved course for Sports first aid so TOLAN Training have designed this course to provide students with the basic requirements to enable them to deal with any sports related injury prior to the arrival of the emergency services. During the course you will learn the steps and techniques for handling life-threatening emergencies safely and with confidence. This course will also provide you with the first aid skills necessary to manage a patient that is not breathing normally, is unconscious or is bleeding.

Read more: Emergency First Aid (Sports) (Including AED Training)