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First aid course

Discussion in 'Forest Knights' started by Wayne, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. Wayne

    Wayne BCUK Welfare Officer
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    We are running a two day first aid course in the woods at Lodgehill Activity Centre.

    This is is a practical wilderness based first aid course equivalent of a Rec level 3-4 course. It meets the requirements for coaching and Mountain Leading plus the Forestry Commission's F Plus requirements for Forestry Work.

    The course is two full days of practical guided learning in intermediate first aid no previous experience needed. Lots of hands on practice to build confidence.

    Places are limited but I would like to offer a full Members discount normal cost £100pp

    full members will be able to attend for £85.00

    Dates. 21st and 22nd October

    Venue Lodge hill. Near Pulborough West Sussex.
    http://www.forestknights.co.uk/first-aid-courses/product/view/2/7
     
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    A few photos from last weekends first aid course. Great fun despite the stormy weather.

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    They look to be having far far too much fun.

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    Scene management needs some work but doing well.

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    Please dont drop senior minion.


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    David gets the actors guild award for am dram.

    Great casualty simmulation.

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    This ones not looking very healthy

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    Folk are actually looking interested in what i what I have to say.

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    Bench marking their wound dressing skills.

    Would the bandages do the job? Keeping the red stuff on the inside?

    id like to thank those that attended from the Sussex and Surrey Coppice Group and also the support from Hampshire.

    We had people drive drive down from Hereford.

    Food as you would expect with Forest Knights was top banana.

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    Slow roasted chicken in the Dutch oven for lunch so tender I carved with a spoon.

    Potatoes Salad and vegetables followed by cake and biscuits.
     

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