These first aid courses are tailored specifically for Cycling and Running Clubs to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to effectively manage a first aid incident when out on the road, whether you’re exercising for health and fitness or training for a competition.

We offer two types of courses depending on the specific requirements for your role within your club or organisation. We recommend you check which course is for you. This may include checking with your insurance company if this is applicable.


Full Paediatric First Aid Course -Two day course or Blended option

This intensive course is ideal for child carers, nannies, pre-school/nursery teachers and primary school teachers working with children age five and under. This course covers the full Ofsted Syllabus and is fully compliant with those needing to register on the compulsory Ofsted Register.

OPTION A: Two Day Practical Paediatric Course

  • Six hours per day of guided lerning hours (12 hours excluding breaks)
  • Continuous assessment throughout course by trainer
  • Multiple choice paper on completion of the course
  • On successful completion of the full course, candidates will receive a nationally recognised FAIB Paediatric First Aid certificate valid for three years.

OPTION B: Blended Course (One Day Practical + One Day Online)

  • Approox six hours of online learning via our e-learn platform prior to the practical, classroom session. It includes quizzes at the end of each topic to check knowledge.
  • Six hours of guided, classrom based learning (excluding breaks). This session will primarily cover practical topics and not all topics from the e-learning.
  • Continuous assessment throughout practical course by trainer
  • Multiple choice paper at the ecourse
  • On successful completion of the full course, candidates will receive a nationally recognised FAIB Paediatric First Aid certificate valid for three years.

Course Content:

  • Roles and responsibilites of the paediatric first aider
  • Emergency planning and First Aid kit/accident recording
  • Assessing/managing an unconscious adult, child or baby
  • CPR for adults, children and babies
  • Managing a choking adult, child or baby
  • Managing bleeding including shock
  • Head and spinal injury management
  • Allergies/anaphylaxis and auto-injector use
  • Asthma and other respiratory conditions
  • Fractures, strains and sprain
  • Seizures
  • Hypo & Hyperthermia
  • Diabetes
  • Sickle Cell, sepsis and meningitis
  • Poisoning, bites, stings
  • Objects in eyes, ears and nose
Emergency First Aid at Work Course (EFAW) for Sports

Course details:

  • Six hours of guided learning hours (excluding breaks)
  • Continuous assessment by trainer and a multiple choice paper at the end of the day
  • Successful candidates will receive a FAIB nationally recognised EFAW for Sport certificate valid for three years

Topics covered can include the following. Those that are indicated (*) can be included depending on the participants needs to provide a tailored course:

  • Role & responsibilities of the first aider
  • Assessing & managing a first aid incident
  • Unconscious casualty management
  • CPR/AED use
  • Bleeding – from minor injuries to major bleeds (shock)
  • Choking
  • Minor injuries such as grazes, bruises, splinters & burns
  • Seizures
  • Heart Attacks*
  • Head injuries including spinal injury management*
  • Soft tissue injuries*
  • Fractures*
  • Asthma attacks *
  • Allergies and anaphylaxis*
Basic First Aid Course Tailored to Sport

Course details:

  • Three or four hour guided learning hours (short break halfway)
  • Continuous assessment by trainer
  • Candidates will be awarded a certificate of participation by Wimbledon First Aid Training valid for three years.​

This course is ideal for those who just need a basic course and not the longer, accredited EFAW. This shorter version will still provide essential skills and knowledge for any age cyclist or runner and each course will be tailored to meet the groups specific needs.