First Aid for Motorcyclists Level 2
- Initial care of the scene and patient
- Fears of first aid
- Road safety
- Barriers - gloves and face shields
- Initial assessment
- Unconscious breathing patient and recovery position
- Cardiac problems
- One rescuer CPR
- Chest only compressions
- Handing over to a second rescuer
- Other primary care first aid problems
- Adult choking
- Serious bleeding and types of wounds
- Spinal injury management
- Snatch rescue (removing someone from a dangerous situation)
- Helmet Removal - Open and Full Face
- Specific injury management
- Breaks and fractures
- Embedded objects
- Eye injuries
- Head injuries and helmet removal
- Chest injuries
Being a motorcyclist means you are more likely see or be in a group ride where bike accidents happen. All bikers have a sense of family and are more likely to stop and help others while out on the roads. Dealing with motorcycle accidents has more risks than dealing with standard first aid scenarios as you will be by a busy road and could be hit by another vehicle. This specialist course covers basic life support skills as well as other injuries that could affect motorcyclists as well as safety by the roadside when dealing with an accident. The course is completed fully classroom based and can be run locally to you.
This course can be delivered at your own venue for staff or we have a range of public courses avaliable, see our upcoming course calendar for more information on public courses.
For the Level 3 course that is also endorsed by the Auto-Cycle Union pease click here.
In House Training
0-6 Delegates £700
7-12 Delegates £1,200
Puplic Courses - See upcoming course calendar for details.