Group Bookings &
In house first aid training

Group bookings

Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW), Paediatric First Aid, 1 and 2 day Outdoor First Aid courses, and Expedition First Aid. Whatever your needs, and wherever you are, we welcome group bookings! We regularly run courses for schools, the National Trust, the Wildlife Trust, the Fell Running Association, and various university environmental scientists and academics. Let us know where and when you need a course running and we will happily offer you a competitive quote for our services. Group rates include a first aid manual and first aid certificate (valid for three years) for all participants. Just get in touch and let us know what you’re looking for, where and when. 

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Long Mead Local Wildlife Site
Long Mead Local Wildlife Site
Fab course. Jane was an inspirational teacher
Dominika Kolarova
Dominika Kolarova
Excellent first aid course delivered by Matt and Stu. Very engaging delivery and a great structure for the whole two days. I will definitely book my first aid again with Will4Adventure. Thank you
Maureen Kiff
Maureen Kiff
Great outdoor first aid course at Youlgreave this weekend. Feel ready for almost any emergency that might crop up now. M.
Charlie Degale
Charlie Degale
I attended a 2 day outdoor first aid course, which was very well presented. With the scenarios and the way they were taught by the tutor, it made understanding so much easier. I very much recommend it.
Sarah Giles
Sarah Giles
An extremely comprehensive, informative and practical course delivered really well - engaging, lively and at a speed that allowed us to absorb a lot of useful information without feeling overwhelmed. I highly recommend Will4Adventure - they really know the subject and put effort into sharing the information in a very accessible way!
Neil Bentley
Neil Bentley
Great course incorporating essential first aid knowledge and practical skills both indoors and in outdoor scenarios. I would thoroughly recommend the 2 day Outdoor First Aid course with Will4Adventure First Aid training.
Pete Pozman
Pete Pozman
Great Outdoor First Aid course which did what it said on the tin and more. The course tutor was first class. The venue was just right for practising our leaning outdoors. Thanks again. I thoroughly recommend Will4Adventure.
Sophie Mowbray
Sophie Mowbray
A really great first aid course, thank you. Lots of practical involvement outside, and tailored to meet the needs of the group. Would definitely recommend!
Maria Koukou
Maria Koukou
Will and his team delivered an excellent Outdoors First Aid course over 2 days. Well planned, very detailed and a lot of real life scenarios to deal with. Highly recommended.
Zoe D
Zoe D
Without a doubt, the best first aid course I've attended to date. Will (and Jane) were fun, knowledgeable and approachable. Information was tailored to the needs of the group, and the repeated, realistic 'outdoor' scenarios really helped to reinforce learning and give confidence. Very highly recommended and I'm looking forward to renewal in a few years' time.

In-house courses

If you have a group of six or more staff to train, then our in-house training option may the most cost-effective option for you. We can deliver any one of our portfolio of courses – right on your own premises. For some locations we may need to add a small fee for travel and accommodation expenses.

Immediate Temporary Care

Will4Adventure First Aid is a provider of Immediate Temporary Care (ITC First) first aid training. ITC First Ltd is a recognised awarding organisation approved by OfQual and the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA).

HSE Due Diligence questions

Since 1st October 2013, the HSE has stopped issuing ‘training numbers’, to first aid training companies. This now means that the business or individual which contracts a First Aid Training Company is required to carry out due diligence on that Training Provider.

Although the HSE cannot advise you on this, it has published a list of questions that you should be asking of the provider – Selecting a first-aid training provider.

To save time, we have the questions here, along with our answers! Will4Adventure meets these HSE requirements for all of our First Aid training courses. Additionally the HSE now states that if a business requires specialist first aid training they can take an appropriate course such as an Outdoor First Aid course instead of the First Aid at Work course.

Should you still have questions about our accreditation please contact us.

Trainers / Assessors
Yes, all our Trainers have current FAW certificates. These are updated every 3 years.
Yes, all Trainers have a minimum of a PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the lifelong Learning Sector) qualification. Although many like our Director have full teacher status.
Quality Assurance

Yes, there is a QA plan. All our trainers are required to be assessed running first aid courses and verified as competent assessors. This is a requirement of both the HSE and Awarding Organisations.

Yes, William Legon is the designated person and he holds a current FAW Certificate.

Yes, William Legon holds full teacher status and is also a qualified assessor and is qualified to assess at IQA level.

Yes, all course candidates are asked to provide feedback on evaluation forms towards the end of all courses, directly to ITC and using online review platforms.

Yes, within the Quality Plan there is a defined complaints procedure.

Teaching currently accepted first-aid practice

Yes, the syllabus is taken from the relevant guidelines of UK Resuscitation Council & VAC’s. Candidate numbers are limited to 12 per course unless additional trainers are used.

Candidates of all abilities are welcome and adjustments made where necessary – although at assessment time, all candidates, regardless of ability or disability are required to reach the appropriate standard to pass.

Training syllabus

The exact contents of the courses are published on the website. Should you require additional topics to be covered this can be arranged in consultation with us, additionally trainers will also discuss specific needs for candidates at the start of every course

Yes, See above answer. We meet all the standards laid down by the HSE.


Funding for courses for MoD personnel

Standard Learning Credits (SLC)
Every member of the services is entitled to £175 per year to put towards the cost of personal development courses including outdoor first aid courses. All of our outdoor first aid courses qualify for this funding support for MOD staff members. Our outdoor first aid training courses lead to civilian-recognised qualifications.


Entitled service personnel are eligible to claim 80% of fees, up to a maximum of £175 per year, towards the cost of personal development courses. SLC and IRTC can be used together for resettlement courses in accordance with the DIN.

Talk to:

Single Service Representative (SSR)
Education Centre ETS Officers

Royal Navy

Everyone in the Royal Navy and Royal Marines has the opportunity to study for extra qualifications regardless of their rank. Generous levels of financial support are available for external training, whether directly relevant to the Royal Navy or not, all Naval personnel can claim up to £175 per year, for all kinds of training courses.

Talk to:

Resettlement Information Officer (NRIO)
Education & Resettlement Officer (ERO)
Fleet Education Officer (FEdO)


The Standard Learning Credit (SLC) Scheme allows personnel to obtain financial assistance for learning costs. You are able to claim 80% of your course fees up to a maximum of £175 per Financial Year.
To qualify for SLC funding, the course of study must lead to a nationally recognised qualification, have substantial developmental value and directly benefit the Service.

Talk to:

Personal Learning Adviser (PLA)