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NOTICE

In line with the roadmap to recovery following the COVID-19 restrictions across the Island, we feel it is best practise to postpone courses for the forseeable future. We will continue to assess the situation and update you with new dates when it is safe to do so. We thank you for your understanding!

Please note that as per recommendations by the HSE, the National Ambulance Service, Pre-Hospital Care Council and the Irish Heart Foundation – all Community First Responder Schemes are suspended with immediate effect and nobody should attend a casualty in view of the high risk associated with Corona Virus.

Up and Coming Courses

We have a number of courses lined up for 2020 . Please check our Venues and Dates for a course near you

First Bike on Scene – Emergency Response Skills

Immediate emergency skills for motorbikers and other road users

First Bike on Scene – Emergency Response Skills

Immediate emergency skills for motorbikers and other road users

First Bike on Scene – Emergency Response Skills

Immediate emergency skills for motorbikers and other road users

Motorcycle Safety Training For Emergency Response Skills

Welcome to the B.I.K.E.R.S. Training web site, home of the First Bike on Scene (FBoS) – Emergency Response Skills (ERS) Course! The course is aimed at providing Motorcycle Safety Training  for emergency response skills .  Please check our “Course and Booking” page for the next available date.

Set up in 2011, B.I.K.E.R.S. Training aims to contribute to the road safety of motorcyclists by providing them with immediate care skills in the event of coming across a road traffic collision, involving another biker.

It is our hope to take away the fear from approaching and dealing with an accident scene, while potentially making a huge difference to the injured person.

The courses are run by Rodge Byrne and Nick Coward of B.I.K.E.R.S. Training, both qualified healthcare professionals and motorcycle enthusiasts, they are acutely aware of the daily risks bikers face on the road. In the last eight years we have trained nearly 1100 riders and motorists across Ireland and the UK.

We are a commercial initiative but are delighted to be working in close partnership with the FBoS UK Ltd, the Police Service of Northern Ireland Bikesafe Team and The Irish Motorcyclists’ Association.

Motorcycle Safety Training

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR

The First Bike on Scene course was originally developed by paramedics working in the North West Ambulance Service(UK) back in 2003/4. Due to the nature of their work and being bikers themselves, they realised the need for a medical emergency care course appropriate to the needs of injured motorcyclists. So in the unfortunate event of witnessing a motorcycle accident you will benefit from the emergency response skills and knowledge imparted on this course.By learning an appropriate strategy for dealing with an accident scene, it is our hope that it may  give you the confidence to make a difference to some ones life.You need no previous training in first-aid to take part .

 

 

 

Motorcycle Safety Training

WHAT WILL I LEARN

  • Safe approach and management of an accident scene
  • Airway Management
  • Injury Assessment
  • Management of head and neck (c-spine) injuries
  • Control of Bleeding
  • Recognition of catastrophic Bleeding
  • Safe helmet removal in special circumstances
  • Log Roll
  • Trauma CPR
  • Irish Heart Foundation Adult CPR with Automated External Defibrillator
Motorcycle Safety Training

IS THE COURSE CERTIFIED

Following a successful skills assessment, as laid out by the North West Ambulance Service, you will receive a certificate of competency. It is issued by the Quality Casualty Care Alliance, UK. Each certificate has a unique ID Number and is valid for 3 years.

The CPR / AED module is separately certified through the Irish Heart Foundation and successful candidates will receive the Heart Saver Adult CPR and AED certificate.

However this course does not substitute an Occupational First Aid Course for the workplace as required by your employer under Health&Safety Legislation.

Up and Coming Biker Training Course Dates

January
  • Jan 26th, Kildangan, Co. Kildare
February
  • Feb 09th, Freeman’s Clonmel

  • Feb 16th, Sprocket & Hubs Adare

  • Feb 22nd, UK

  • Feb 23rd, ADVANCED, UK

March
  • March 01st, ADVANCED, Clonmel
  • March 21st, Antrim
  • March 22nd, ADVANCED, Antrim
  • March 28th, Cork
  • March 29th, ADVANCED, Cork
April
  • April 18th, Co. Louth

  • April 19th, ADVANCED, Dublin

  • April 25th, Co. Limerick

  • April 26th, Galway

May
  • May 09th, Co. Wexford
  • May 10th, Mullingar
  • May 23rd, ADVANCED, Ennis
  • May 24th, ADVANCED, Kildangan
June
  • June 06th, Co. Sligo
  • June 07th, Letterkenny
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July

No dates as of yet. Watch this space.

August

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September

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October

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November

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December

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Book Your Course

The course is aimed at providing emergency response skills training for Motorcyclists.