At the end of the weekend, CI Rogers-Jones and CI Kauser were assessed to ensure they had taken in the information. This involved three practical assessments with different scenarios with the casualty in each being in a different state, and they had to administer the appropriate care for that casualty properly. Both members of staff are looking forward to helping out in the teaching of cadets to get their first aid qualification, As well as instructing Heartstart.
CI Rogers-Jones commented on the course saying, "I'm glad that I will now be prepared if I ever find myself in a situation where someone needs first aid that I will able to help someone if they are ever in need!"
Both CI Rogers-Jones and CI Kauser are grateful to the staff of the RAFAC for delivering the course and making sure they passed as competent first aiders. Both are proud to say they are qualified first aiders.