Biker First Aid

Saving Lives On Our Roads

Biker Emergency Life Support

Arriving at the scene of a motorcycle accident is both chaotic, frightening, and for the victims it may be life- or limb-threatening.

BELS will teach you, by hands-on demonstration, practical and classroom sessions, how to best manage the scene while providing life-saving interventions and keeping yourself safe.

Your BELS Course will be delivered by a core team who have accumulated over 100 years of experience in the Emergency Services and believe passionately in quality teaching.

Rob Wilkinson – Registered Nurse x 32 years & Registered Paramedic x 10 years – Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Flight Crew, Clinical Manager and Helicopter Emergency Medical Service Medical Course author/Educator – Motorsport Medic x 38 years – Clinical Lead, NHS Ambulance Service.

Andy Sullivan – 17 years Fire & Rescue – 3 years NHS Resuscitation Trainer – First Aid Trainer and ELST Company Director

Mark Pittock – 27 years Fire & Rescue – RAF Medic – Community First Responder – Fire Service First Aid Instructor.

Who is the course for:

Anyone who rides a motorbike

Qualification (Valid for 3 years)

1. Emergency First Aid at Work (FAIB Approved)

2. Biker Emergency Life Support

Assessment:

Qualification for this course is achieved through on-going assessment for the duration of the course.

Duration:

1 Day

9.30 – 17.00

Course Content:

Scene Safety
First Aid kits
Basic Life Support (CPR)
Management of the unconscious patient
Airway Management
Crash Helmet Removal
Spinal Injuries
Head Injuries
Major & Minor Bleeding
Burns
Fractures

Cost:

£60.00 each

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