16 Hour – Outdoor First Aid Wye Valley & Forest of Dean

A nationally recognised and fully regulated 16 hour outdoor first aid training and assessment course. Leading to the Level 3 Award in Outdoor First Aid. This qualification is viewed by the Outdoor Industry Sector as the Platinum Standard in respects to ”Outdoor First Aid Training” and is regulated by The Office of Qualifications and Examinations in England, the Welsh Government Regulator Qualification in Wales and the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment in Northern Ireland. Furthermore this qualification meets the IOL Band 4 statement of good practice for outdoor first aid for their registered practitioners and registered centres.



Who should attend?

Outdoor Instructors requiring to validate their National Governing Body Awards, such as: –

  • British Canoe Coach – UKCC all levels
  • British Cycling MBLA Holders
  • Welsh Cycling MBLA Holders
  • Mountain Training – All Awards
  • Forest & Beach Schools Practitioners
  • Sports Leaders UK Lowland Leaders

Outdoor Workers requiring to meet the following:-

  • Forestry Commission 2015 First Aid Policy
  • IRATA technicians


Outdoor enthusiasts, who venture-out-of-doors taking part in outdoor adventure activities, such as Mountain Biking, Mountain Climbing, Off Road Cycling, Canoeing, Kayaking,  Paddle sports, Gorge Walking, Coasteering, In-shore Boating, Wilderness Camping, Duke of Edinburgh participants, and many more outdoor activities.

Full qualification title:

QNUK Level 3 Award in Outdoor First Aid  (RQF)
Qualification accreditation number: 601/7637/4

Assessment & certification

To achieve this award learners are required to complete a number of practical examinations and sit two multi-choice exam papers. Learners must achieve a minimum of 70%  pass mark from each multi-choice paper and 100% in the practical elements.

Course duration

Two days

Price includes all accommodation, meals, training, our very latest Level 3 Outdoor First Aid Manual, Certification that is valid for 3 years. Plus attendance to your HSE recommended annual CPD outdoor first aider updating, at the one year and two year points.

Enrolments’ now open for the following dates:

9th / 10th June 2 spaces remaining

12th / 13th July 5 spaces available

28th / 29th July 7 spaces available

15th / 16th Aug 9 spaces available

25th / 26th Aug FULLY BOOKED

12th / 13th Sept 12 spaces available

22nd / 23rd Sept 8 spaces available


1 review for 16 Hour – Outdoor First Aid Wye Valley & Forest of Dean

  1. Admin REC

    I have been attending Remote First Aid Outdoor first aid programmes since 2005, this includes my annual first aider updates, to keep myself refreshed. As a International Mountain Leader my clients expect the highest standards from me, this goes for myself also from those providing my training. What can I say about Remote First Aid and their trainers, world class tutors, who also hold mountaineering & climbing qualifications like myself, proactive to my learning & continual professional development needs.

    Lee Farmer

    Lee Farmer is an accomplished explorer, mountaineer and motivational speaker who has trekked and climbed through some of the world’s most remote and sometimes fearsome places including becoming only the 180 Britain to summit Everest http://www.leefarmer.co.uk/home

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