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If you’re looking to start or develop your career in the renewable and wind energy industry and gain a Global Wind Organisation accreditation, then look no further! This GWO course provides each participant with an awareness through theoretical and practical training. Everyone is expected to hold a valid, in date GWO First Aid Certificate which must be refreshed every 2 years by successfully completing a GWO First Aid Refresher course.
What is covered in the course?
The course covers techniques and procedures which my need to be carried out in emergency first aid situations.
The theory elements of the course will allow individuals to show a good understanding of common threats to the human body and the correct methods of dealing with emergencies. The practical elements of the course will give individuals the chance to demonstrate correct aid techniques for primary lifesaving and managing a variety of conditions.
There will also be practical incident management exercises in dedicated training environments.
Our centre is fully equipped with real world training environments designed to make sure you are comfortable carrying out emergency procedures whilst working on a turbine.
What assessments are there?
Delegates will complete a practical and written multiple choice assessment as part of the GWO First Aid course.
Are there any entry requirements?
We require you to complete a medical assessment form to screen any medical issues you may have.
Must be 18 or over.
Must have an appropriate level of english.
What do you need to bring?
You should complete the rest of your GWO Basic Safety Training:
GWO Working at Height & Rescue.
GWO Fire Awareness.
GWO Manual Handling.
GWO Sea Survival.
Then you should complete your IRATA Rope Access Level 1 Certificate.
What our Trainer said:
"Applying first aid to someone we don't know is probably the most frightening thing anyone can do. First Aid is 35% first aid knowledge, 15% common sense and 50% guts to attend someone (conscious or unconscious) who is ill or injured, whether they are in the workplace or at home."
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