FA Emergency Aid course

FA Level 2 Emergency First Aid in Football (EFAiF)


The overall aim of The FA Level 2 Emergency First Aid in Football (EFAiF) is to raise the standard of first aid provision within football.

It goes beyond generic first aid and includes elements specific to football.

Price: £65.00

Minimum Age: 16 years

Course Duration: 1 Day

Course breakdown

The course will cover:

- The role of the First Aider in football

- The jaw thrust as an airway opening technique for a contact sport such as football

- The A-E approach of the injured footballer (inclusive of the unconscious footballer)

- Emergency Action planning for football Preparation for action for sudden cardiac arrest in the young

- Recognition, BLS with AED

- The FA Concussion guidelines and concussion management from a first aid perspective for football

- Dispelling the myths of first aid in football

- The football specific first aid kit and record keeping

- Duty of care in football

- Medical emergencies in football

- Focusing on those illnesses that can lead to life threatening injuries in football

- Limb threatening injuries in football

- Wounds and bleeding / Fracture management for football

- Acute soft tissue injury management in football

- Spinal injuries in football, manual in line stabilisation and assisting the ambulance crew with a log roll

- Paediatric elements to all of the above

Available Dates

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Terms and Conditions


To provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to:

  • Attend a conscious or unconscious casualty
  • Ensure that appropriate care is given until the emergency medical services arrive and take over, or until an alternate healthcare professional assumes responsibility for the casualty