Wednesday 14th October 4.00-5.00pm via Google Meet.
We’ll highlight key adaptations to first aid practices during the coronavirus outbreak which can minimise the risk of spread of infection and protect public health. Places are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
A year long development programme for up to 6 young people. Meeting on a weekly basis, using biking and the outdoors as a vehicle to develop transferable life skills including responsibility, cooperation, resilience etc. Enable participants to learn a new skill of cycling/ mountain biking and to develop the skills to become proficient enough to complete a 5 day self-supported expedition through the highlands of Scotland. This will not only include having to look after themselves, but maintain the bikes as well. A strong focus on Health & Wellbeing throughout the programme and opportunities for awards and certification.
The first month of this programme has now passed. It has been an absolute blast so far and you can see the distance travelled over the past month on the map below. Our most recent ride out covered over 40km.
The most rewarding aspect so far of the programme has been the fantastic attendance from all. For many of these young people regular attendance at anything can be difficult so it is great to see the effort that these young people continue to show.
The certification that the young people will be following will be the Youth Achievement Awards. We are looking forward to continue to work with all these young people and look forward to them achieving certification and look forward to a life enhancing expedition to the North of Scotland.
Join our free webinar on Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 4.00-5.00pm. We’ll highlight key changes to first aid practice during the coronavirus outbreak, and share essential updates for first aiders. Places are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
We are pleased to announce that while our face to face courses are currently postponed, we will be delivering our First Aid for Mental Health Training via distanced learning. This is a great opportunity to add to your CLPL portfolio.
The 2 day, Level 6 course takes approximately 14 hours in total, made up of a combination of interactive online teaching sessions and self-directed tasks. Assessment for the course is via one-to-one professional discussion with the course assessor by video conference. Final assessments are recorded for quality assurance purposes.
Dates and times are still to be decided but you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and we will be in touch to confirm details.
When face to face training is back up and running, we will also be able to offer Learners in possession of the 1 day, Level 5 course the opportunity to upgrade their qualification to Level 6. Details of this conversion course to follow.
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