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Medic Course 2019

Would You Like To Be A Medic in 2019?

Are you thinking about becoming a volunteer in your Childs team?

What about becoming a medic or trainer???

You don’t have to have any experience.

MJFC will put you through a nationally qualified first aid course which is paid for by the club.

In 2019 the first aid course For NFNL clubs is HLTAID003 Provide First Aid/Level 2 First Aid.

This course will be run over 2 nights at the Simms Road Club rooms

Thursday 21st March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (CPR Component)

Thursday 28th March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (Level 2 First Aid)

First aid must be updated every 3 years, whilst the CPR component requires updating annually.

Are you thinking about becoming a volunteer in your Childs team?

What about becoming a medic or trainer???

You don’t have to have any experience.

MJFC will put you through a nationally qualified first aid course which is paid for by the club.

______________________________

In 2019 the first aid course For NFNL clubs is HLTAID003 Provide First Aid/Level 2 First Aid.

This course will be run over 2 nights at the Simms Road Club rooms

Thursday 21st March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (CPR Component)

Thursday 28th March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (Level 2 First Aid)

First aid must be updated every 3 years, whilst the CPR component requires updating annually.

WHY do we need qualified first aiders and/or trainers?

Sports trainers and first aiders have been part of Australian Football since the origins of the game. They are part of the fabric of every club and play a key role in player preparation and safety at all levels.

The AFL expects that football matches at all levels will be played in good quality environments and the safety of participants is paramount. There is a major focus with risk management particularly focused toward the prevention of, and prompt attention to injuries in Australian Football.

To ensure best outcomes, it is essential that adequate and timely first aid is provided.

In previously published recommendations the AFL has stated that:

– A qualified first aider is present where participants are under 16 years

– A qualified sports trainer is present where participants are 16 years and older.

The NFNL bylaws state that there must be at least one person with a minimum of a level 2 /Provide first aid in attendance at a match/competition, otherwise the activity should be postponed, rescheduled or cancelled until such time as a suitably competent person is able to attend.

This policy must be complied with at all youth and senior matches.

This means that we rely on our wonderful parents, guardians and friends to volunteer their time each Sunday to take the field and support our kids.

Are you thinking about becoming a volunteer in your Childs team?

What about becoming a medic or trainer???

You don’t have to have any experience.

MJFC will put you through a nationally qualified first aid course which is paid for by the club.

______________________________

In 2019 the first aid course For NFNL clubs is HLTAID003 Provide First Aid/Level 2 First Aid.

This course will be run over 2 nights at the Simms Road Club rooms

Thursday 21st March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (CPR Component)

Thursday 28th March 6:30pm – 9:30 pm (Level 2 First Aid)

First aid must be updated every 3 years, whilst the CPR component requires updating annually.

______________________________

WHY do we need qualified first aiders and/or trainers?

Sports trainers and first aiders have been part of Australian Football since the origins of the game. They are part of the fabric of every club and play a key role in player preparation and safety at all levels.

The AFL expects that football matches at all levels will be played in good quality environments and the safety of participants is paramount. There is a major focus with risk management particularly focused toward the prevention of, and prompt attention to injuries in Australian Football.

To ensure best outcomes, it is essential that adequate and timely first aid is provided.

In previously published recommendations the AFL has stated that:

– A qualified first aider is present where participants are under 16 years

– A qualified sports trainer is present where participants are 16 years and older.

The NFNL bylaws state that there must be at least one person with a minimum of a level 2 /Provide first aid in attendance at a match/competition, otherwise the activity should be postponed, rescheduled or cancelled until such time as a suitably competent person is able to attend.

This policy must be complied with at all youth and senior matches.

This means that we rely on our wonderful parents, guardians and friends to volunteer their time each Sunday to take the field and support our kids.

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