Wimbledon Park Watersports Centre
Here is your chance to master the fundamentals in medical on a Royal Yachting Association approved medical course. The eight-hour fundamental certification covers resuscitation, the recovery position and treatment of the most frequent accidents like hemorrhaging, pauses and burns.
This program works for people who need a first help certificate to validate various other qualifications including sports frontrunners awards. Additionally, it is suitable for men and women preparing expeditions as part of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, or dealing with kids at play schemes or in the voluntary sector.
It is strongly suggested to buy an initial help Manual, 10th Edition (published February 2014) as approved because of the St. John's Ambulance, British Red Cross and St. Andrew's Ambulance. These could be bought ahead of time, or through the trainer at the time.
For those who have a team of six men and women or even more it is possible to organize your times around, to get one no-cost place. Optimal team size of 12, with two free places. Programs could be split over two half times or four sessions, if it is more convenient.
This 8 hour RYA specific first-aid training course covers all normal medical subjects but from a sailing point of view. Its ideal for whoever is certainly going afloat whether it be inland, offshore or rivers.
This program is great for anyone whom needs a first aid certificate so that you can verify qualifications or who are ready of duty.
The space at Wimbledon Park Watersport Centre is fitted with a hearing induction cycle.
- The data recovery place
- CPR, including drowning protocol
- Cold surprise and hypothermia
- Seasickness and dehydration
- Medical attention or guidance by VHF