January 28, 2018, 7:00pm - January 28, 2018, 9:00pm
PLEASE READ - This event is restricted to around 25 people. There is also a suggested minimum donation of £5 that will be donated to the Air Ambulance in memory of Mick Bostock. If you would like to attend please message me directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
First Aid is a life skill that you may need to depend on to save someones life, or your own! The best way to handle an emergency is to be prepared for one. Knowing what to do ahead of time can give you the confidence to stay in control so that you change the outcome for the better.
This First Aid evening will give you the fundamental skills to deal with an incident out in the field. Unlike other first aid courses that are based around the principle that you are always near civilization, we have teamed up with battle hardened Lee Pearce who will be sharing his experience of 20 years in the army that include 7 operational tours. In July 2015 Lee was also responsible for setting up a community EMS scheme operating from Kindred Barracks. He has a vast experience of dealing with casualties at the point of injury in highly demanding situations whether on the battlefield or in the community. Please feel free to check his Rutland & Leicester Army Responders page www.facebook.com/armyresponders/?hc_ref=ARSKe9fR3ki0mryKz4CBJ23M6T-
Ok so a flying site is not exactly a battlefield and nor are you likely to get shot or blown up if a glider falls out of the sky, but It will give you the fundamental, life saving basics that will allow you to react instinctively in stressful conditions. We will cover the basic techniques that you can use from the initial emergency all the way to the extraction of a casualty.
The 2hr evening will comprise of a mixture of Powerpoint and attendee participation. It will be open to DSC members only If you would like to secure a place then please email me direct via email@example.com
Reading up on Air Law and noticed that some of the airspace classification and rules in the BHPA Pilot handbook are different to the Pilot exam notes written by Graham Taylor. BHPA says No class B airspace in the UK. The Graham Taylor article says no class C airspace in the UK. On other classes of airspace the 2 publications differ on minimum flight visibility. If the Graham Taylor article is out of date maybe it shouldn’t be on flying websites as recommended reading for the Pilot exam. ...
Would anyone be able to point a low time Floppy CP with an urge to Hang Glide i.e me, in the direction of a Hanglider pilot that would be willing for me to mither them on the hill about Hangie flying before I commit to training? Many thanks Justin ...