Over the duration of one day (7 hours), you will learn how to safely approach an injured person, assess and identify an injury and manage a variety of common conditions. The course has a major emphasis on practical skills and student practice, supported by instructor demonstration and presentations.
Cricket Safe has been developed by Lubas as part of our ongoing programme of first aid training and medical courses, designed to ensure that cricket injuries are managed as effectively as possible at all levels.
Through our work with the ECB, we have trained coaches, umpires, players and volunteers locally and nationally, to give us a total understanding of what you need to deal with an emergency in cricket.
Cricket Safe instructors combine this first-hand experience with real-life scenarios offering a practical, interactive training style to fill you with confidence.
Here are some of the people who have benefitted from our Cricket Safe 1 course in the past:
Here’s a breakdown of the Cricket Safe 1 course content:
The course allows time for the demonstration and practice of all the skills mentioned above.
Upon completion of this course, you will be awarded the Lubas Medical Cricket Safe 1 Certificate. This certificate is valid for 3 years, however, we strongly recommend keeping your skills up to date.
“Good balance of practical and theory”
“Very good tutors in terms of teaching style – they kept me engaged throughout the course”
“Very relaxed environment. The course was very easy to understand and very enjoyable”
"I don't like cricket... I love it!" - 10cc 1978