We’re really excited to announce a new course for people on bikes at the best little cycle-friendly venue in the North East. Cycling is safe and fun, but it’s important to understand what to do in an emergency, especially if you are leading club rides, taking groups out or even just out with the family.
The Course: First Aid Awareness for Cycling. It’s a three hour course covering action in an emergency, casualty management and common cycling injuries. It’s accepted by British Cycling for ride leaders, and is certificated by Nuco Training, the UK’s leading independent company in First Aid Training.
The Instructor: Founder of Source and Summit Training, Patrick Carr is an experienced cyclist and CTC Trail Leader and Instructor Trainer. He’s ridden far and wide on unsupported solo tours, and loves his Brompton folding bicycle. With 14 years training experience his style is engaging, practical and fun.
The Venue: Pedalling Squares Cycling Café, Swalwell. Perfectly placed at the Derwent Walk, it’s cozy, relaxed, with a cool retro ambience and very, very good coffee.
10am-1pm, Saturday 7th June.
Cost: £25 including certification.
To book contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Patrick on 07812949420