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First Response 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 First Response Learning – 3 Sessions of 2 hours each 
Life Support – 20th July
Trauma & Injury – 27th July
Major Illness – 10th August
All the above sessions are face to face, 7pm to 9 pm, held at Ripley (Surrey) Scout HQ and will be delivered by Richard Ayears.
Please book your place here

Module 10A & 10B First Response Learning – 1 day course

This is a face to face course and covers all elements of Modules 10a and 10b
Sunday 18th July 2021, 9am to approx 4:30pm, Ripley (Surrey) Scout HQ and will be delivered by Richard Ayears
Please book your place here

Module 10A & 10B First Response Learning – 1 day course

This is a face to face course and covers all elements of Modules 10a and 10b
Sunday 1st August 2021, 9am to approx 4:30pm, Ripley (Surrey) Scout HQ and will be delivered by Richard Ayears
Please book your place here

Module 10A & 10B First Response Learning – 1 day course

This is a face to face course and covers all elements of Modules 10a and 10b
Sunday 15th August 2021, 9am to approx 4:30pm, Ripley (Surrey) Scout HQ and will be delivered by Richard Ayears
Please book your place here

Module 10B First Response Practical Assessment – 1 session of 15-20 minutes. 

The practical assessment is to be carried out after completion of all 3 learning sessions.

Practical assessments will take place very shortly.

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

 

 

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