Approved CPD course

First Aid for Sport


£ 250 + VAT
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  • Duration


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    Different dates available


This one day (6 hour) First Aid for Sport course gives you the knowledge and skills to manage first aid in a sport environment. It also provides the confidence to apply accurate treatment to an athlete under your care in order to alleviate pain, promote healing or stabilise a casualty to prevent further injury. You will also know when to refer to other medical services.






Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

To develop learners’ knowledge and practical skills to enable them to recognise and respond with appropriate actions, ensuring a safer and more controlled sporting environment. To support the first aid role in the workplace by adding precise knowledge and understanding of sport related injuries.

Persons who are designated as first aiders in a sport environment. People wishing to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to enable them to provide appropriate care and management of sport injuries. People who support sport such as Coaches, Fitness and Gym instructors, Personal Trainers, Team Managers, P.E. teachers, Martial Arts, Athletes, etc.

You can call or email your requirements and arrange a suitable date for our trainer to come to your workplace or venue.

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What you'll learn on the course

  • First Aid
  • Training First Aid
  • Sport
  • Training First Aid
  • First Aid
  • Sport injuries
  • Accidents in sport
  • Dealing with sport injuries
  • Outdoor accidents
  • Accidents and injuries
  • Football injuries
  • Injuries in sport

Teachers and trainers (1)

David Gray

David Gray


Course programme


  • Roles and responsibilities of first aid provision for sports.
  • Accident/Incident reporting procedures.
  • Common injuries incurred through sporting activity.
  • Major and minor injury management.
  • Major and minor illnesses.
  • Assess minor and serious injuries.
  • Soft tissue injuries, cramp,sprains and strains.
  • Bleeding and Wounds.
  • Fractures
  • Head Injuries.
  • Impact and fall injuries.
  • Chest Injuries.
  • Breathing Difficulties.
  • Unconsciousness.
  • CPR adult and child.
  • Facial and eye injuries.
  • Neck and back injuries.
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