QA Level 2 Award in Activity First Aid (RQF)


Would you know how to provide effective first aid in an emergency?

The QA Level 2 Award in Activity First Aid (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed for those who have a responsibility to provide first aid in outdoor and activity based environments.

Successful candidates will gain the knowledge and skills needed to treat a range of conditions that could occur during any form of activity, from life threatening illnesses to minor injuries.

What's involved.
The role and responsibilities of a first aider  -Assessing an incident - Managing an unresponsive casualty - CPR and AED use - Recovery Position -  Heart Attack -   Stroke -  Head, neck and back injuries - Chest and abdominal injuries -  Fractures -  External bleeding - Shock -  Burns and scalds - Choking - Poisoning - Anaphylaxis - Asthma  - Diabetes - Epilepsy and seizures - Treatment for hot and cold temperatures - Minor - injuries Sprains, strains and dislocations - Eye injuries

Duration: this course is run over two days.
Assessment: Candidates will be expected to sit a multipole choices question paper and practical assessment.
Fees: Candidate registration, Certification and course manual are inclusive.

Course dates:

Candidates have a choice on how they complete this course.

1. Online: - using our training platform (Mykademy) and delivering their micro teach via zoom, a tutor will be available online for any assistance needed.
2. In the classroom environment, working with other candidates