Martial Arts First Aid Level 2 (VTQ)
Who can take this Course?
Martial Arts Instructors, Martial Arts Schools, Martial Arts students, Martial Arts Organisations
VTQ Level 2
About the Course
Martial arts is an incredible way to learn how to defend yourself, build confidence and work out. But it's also a great way to get injured. That's why we've made a course that will teach you all about the most common injuries you'll encounter in martial arts training so that you can come prepared.
This course will look at different injuries, including contact injuries and cardiac arrest. We'll even cover some of the most common medical emergencies so that you know what to do if things go wrong on the mat or in the dojo. Most importantly, we'll give you some first aid skills so that you can treat any injuries quickly and confidently. So don't miss out - sign up for VTQ level 2 today and learn how to be safe on the mat!
What doe the Martial Arts First Aid course teach me?
The Martial Arts First Aid course will teach you how to deal with various injuries in the martial arts setting. These include contact injuries such as cuts and bruises, cardiac arrest, and medical emergencies such as an allergic reaction.
In addition to these common injuries, we'll also cover some rare occurrences while training in martial arts. This includes fractures and burns.
Martial arts can be an enjoyable and exciting way to get a workout while learning new skills. But there are also some dangers involved in this activity, so you must know what to do if you're ever injured during training. That's why we created Martial Arts First Aid Level 2! This course will teach you everything you need to know about injuries that may occur during martial arts training, like contact injuries and cardiac arrest. We'll also discuss ways to avoid these common injuries so that you can enjoy your martial arts journey without worrying about how to protect yourself from injury. Martial Arts can present many risks to those participating in this activity. This course will look at the different injuries that are common during training. Contact injuries and cardiac arrest are also included in the course curriculum; having a basic understanding of what you can do increases your confidence.