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Training for all adults needing to keep their Scouts First Response up to date

All adult roles that are required to hold a First Response certificate must renew the full Scouts First Response (minimum) training every three years.

Next available sessions:

Module 10a and 10b First Response 

These are all full day courses and cover all elements of Modules 10a and 10b.  These are not suitable if you need Module 10b only.

Zoom Online – Module 10a over 3 evenings – 27th April, 4th May, 11th May. Please contact Laura to book a place,  training@farnhamscouting.com

In Caterham 17 September 2022, 12 November 2022
Booking is essential – please contact Pam Marshall-Jones, pammj@btinternet.com

Module 10B Practical Assessment – Dates to follow soon

 (The practical assessment is to be carried out only after completion of all 3 learning sessions completed online)

Also available (courtesy of Hampshire Scouts) is 2 ½ hours elearning followed by a 2 ½ hours Zoom session.  Following completion of both, a practical assessment (Module 10b) is required to complete the training.

Surrey First Response Trainers will be running more sessions very soon.  Please keep checking the training calendar for further details.

First Aid provision within Surrey Scouts is co-ordinated through its own First Aid SASU who:

  • Provide advice on First Aid requirements and training.
  • Supports a network of County First Aid trainers, the majority of whom operate within specific Districts or Clusters.
  • Delivers courses across the county at a wide variety of levels.
  • Offers training & development for existing and prospective First Aid trainers

For more information click: First Aid SASU

 

 

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