The NUEC Level 1 Training Program (NUEC 1) is a practical-based 2-day curriculum, designed for individuals who operate or recreate in isolated and/or remote locations (essentially day-trips) where accessing emergency medical and rescue services may be delayed. This course is ideal for forestry and like-industry related workers and recreationalists who operate or recreate generally doing day-trips often functioning alone or with limited emergency equipment. The curriculum is based on PEAK’s long-standing 'Non-Urban First Aid Training Program'. Core topics include primary emphasis on recognition of life-limb threatening injuries, critical interventions and patient evacuation from the non-urban environment. A secondary emphasis is pre-trip planning, scene and incident management, critical decision-making and survival type skills and knowledge. The NUEC 1 curriculum meets and exceeds the OFA-Level 1 curriculum and is recognized by the Canadian Federal Government (HRSDC) at the ‘Basic’ first aid training level.
|| 1 - 2 Days (site-dependent)
|| $175 (tax exempt)
|| 1. Minimum 14 years of age
2. Speak & write English fluently
3. Pre-read: 6 - 8 hours (student dependent)
4. Physically & mentally fit; self-declaration of fitness is required
| - NUEC 1
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