1FirstAid1 run Rescue Emergency Care (REC) First Aid courses in North Wales, the North West and other areas of the UK by request.
1FirstAid1 have chosen to use REC First Aid Training as it has a very 'hands on' approach to First Aid training. This gives REC First Aiders a taste of real life incidents and inspires confidence to deal with First Aid emergencies, giving quality assistance when it is most needed. On a REC First Aid course we won’t overload you with technical terminology and we do our best to make sure that on your REC First Aid course you'll have fun!
During our REC First Aid courses we make use of plenty of practical scenarios staged outside, which help participants on our REC First Aid courses fully understand the implications of real emergency First Aid situations in the outdoors. Our carefully chosen venues in North Wales have excellent outdoor areas to facilitate our REC First Aid courses.
1FirstAid1 currently run two separate REC First Aid Courses:
- REC Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day course
- REC Emergency Outdoor First Aid - 2 day course
Both REC First Aid certificates are valid for 3 years.
The REC Emergency Outdoor First Aid course is approved and recognised by MBLA (was SMBLA) for TCL & MBL, MLTB (ML summer and winter), RYA, BASI, ASSI, BCU, BOF and most other NGB's (National Governing Bodies).
1FirstAid1's REC First Aid Trainer is Jonathan Collins who has been a REC First Aid trainer since 2009. Jonathan is also an MBLA (Mountain Bilke Leader Award) Tutor for 1MTB1, our sister company and run courses for The National Mountain Centre Plas y Brenin and many other outdoor education centres, schools and colleges throughout the UK and Europe.