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Our first Sports Trauma Course with the new Ageas Bowl partnership

Posted by: Lubas Medical on 6th May 2014

We ran our first Sports Trauma Management course at the Ageas Bowl last weekend as the start of an ongoing partnership with the stadium and Medical Director Dan Young. The stadium has fantastic facilities and we will be running a range of our courses at the stadium over the coming months.

We will be offering our medical training courses to Gp and Dental staff in the Hampshire area and also first aid courses to the community and industry.  We are also confident that our close relationship with the ECB will enable us to run a number of successful first aid and medical courses based at the stadium for anyone involved with cricket.

We are expanding into new areas:

Over the last 4 years we have expanded our services and now regularly run courses throughout the UK, particularly our popular Sports Trauma Management course and are now happy to run a course anywhere in the UK if requested. We’ve had a number of requests to run courses outside the UK and it won’t be long before we run our first courses abroad.

Great first course:

The sports Trauma Management course at the Ageas Bowl was a great success with a range of enthusiastic students attending from a wide range of backgrounds and experience.  Lisa Sharratt will shortly be taking part in the great north swim, good luck to her, while Julie-anne Grady will be returning to work with St Peters football club in Jersey.

The course was great fun as well as achieving the required standard for all students to receive their Sports Trauma Management certificates.

Looking forward to more courses:

The Ageas Bowl is now taking shape and although it was a cloudy showery day, Sunday was the first home game of the season for Hampshire who played Surrey and drew.  The Ageas bowl is very impressive and will be further improved when the Hilton hotel and 18 hole golf course are completed.

We are really looking forward to working closely both with the staff of the Ageas Bowl and the wider community of Hampshire over the coming months. We are happy to discuss any of our courses with anyone who would like to learn more about any aspect of our medical training either as a Health professional, member of a business or involved with grassroots cricket.