First Aid for all sports
HealthFirst First Aid for Sports Clubs
Keeping you and your team mates safe
Injuries whilst out on the mountain or on the sport’s field are inevitable and the application of immediate basic First Aid by someone trained in injury management or resuscitation techniques is essential and can make a vast difference to the outcome.
We have many years of experience training rugby clubs, peloton teams, hiking and skiing groups and are able to tailor all course contents to meet your specific needs. National/international requisites can be smoothly incorporated into your course, for example, those from the Cricket Coaches Association of Switzerland.
Mountain and Outdoor First Aid
Learn how to deal with injuries or accidents whilst skiing, hiking, biking or during other activities in the mountains.
This course is formed of 2 interactive modules using realistic manikins and life-like scenarios and simulations.
Swiss Resuscitation Council BLS AED (BLS-AED-SRC Generic Provider)
This 8 hour training course in Basic Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation can be delivered in 2 x 4 hour modules as needed. It is compliant with Swiss Resuscitation Council guidelines and carries their certification.
Swiss Resuscitation Council BLS-AED-SRC Basic Provider
This 2 ½ hour training course provides an introduction to Basic Life Support and Automated External Defibrillation. It is compliant with Swiss Resuscitation Council guidelines and carries their certification.
Bespoke First Aid Courses
Our team is able to adapt its training courses to cover any specific topics your club might need.
Please contact us to see how we can help.
What our clients say:
"We have used Healthfirst for our first aid training of our coaches and volunteers for the past 5 years. We are very happy with the knowledgeable trainers who make the first aid training sessions interactive and fun. HealthFirst will customize the training course to meet your specific needs - we are a rugby club so making sure that all our coaches and volunteers are trained to deal with specific pitch-side injuries like concussions is really important."
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