FASE 1 (First Aid for Sport & Exercise) is your essential sports first aid course. It’s your first step to feeling prepared & confident to deal with injuries to your players.
We give you access to interactive & easy-to-follow online theory in the palm of your hand, for you to complete on your phone, tablet or computer at your own pace. You will then put your new knowledge to the test with the practical, scenario-based part of the course. As a volunteer, parent or coach, you’ll enjoy accessible, interactive training combined with professional & relaxed delivery.
Highly skilled instructors will create a comfortable atmosphere, encouraging your questions & discussion throughout the practical course. As healthcare professionals who’ve worked pitch-side in the Premier League, they draw on their experience & knowledge to guide you through the course.
Our simple, easy to follow approach will increase your confidence even in difficult scenarios. FASE 1 is designed to be enjoyable & easy to understand & take in. The combination of online theory & emphasis on scenario-based, practical learning, make FASE 1 an essential course for anybody requiring first aid for sport & exercise. Already completed FASE 1 or achieved a first aid qualification? Find out more about our intermediate level ‘FASE 2’ course here.
Lubas First Aid for Sport and Exercise fulfils the requirement of the ACPSEM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports & Exercise Medicine) CPD pathway – bronze level.
Sporting casualties can’t always be treated by a trained paramedic or medical professional. If you could ever be responsible for treating a sport or exercise-related injury, the level 1 First Aid for Sport and Exercise course is ideal for you.
Here are some of the people who have benefitted from our sport first aid course in the past:
This course will provide you with essential first aid skills and the confidence to administer treatment when necessary. If you are already a medical professional, we recommend our more advanced Sports Trauma Management course.
Attendees should be 16 or over. If you would like to arrange a course for anybody under this age please contact us.
Here’s a breakdown of the FASE 1 course’s online theory and face to face training.
The online theory gives you the knowledge to become a sports first aider, including:
. Understanding your roles and responsibilities
. Approaching an injured player safely
. Managing serious and minor wounds
. Identifying the signs and symptoms and managing:
– Injuries to bones and joins
– Spinal injury
– Head injuries and concussion
– Medical Emergencies
– Basic life support
Each section of the online theory includes a quiz to give you a chance to review each subject
at your own pace.
Face to face training is supervised by an experienced medical professional and gives you the chance to
put the theory skills you have learnt into practice, including:
– Approaching and managing an injured or unwell player
– Dealing with wounds and bleeding
– Managing a player with damage to bones, muscles and joints.
– Recognising and managing concussion and head injuries.
– Performing basic life support and automated defibrilation on a collapsed player.
Following completion of this course, you will be awarded the Lubas Medical First Aid for Sport and Exercise Certificate. The FASE 1 certification is valid for 3 years, however CPR & AED skills should be updated annually. These are the minimum standards and you should keep your First Aid for Sport and Exercise skills up to date.
Students attending over the last 12 months have given this course a 9.2/10 satisfaction rating.
“The CPR instructor showed great knowledge and lots of enthusiasm with helpful, practical discussions” - FASE 1
“The hands-on experience gave me great confidence in performing First Aid in a real-life scenario” - FASE 1