It sure can be frightening if you think about that back in the 1960s they thought that all it would take to administer proper first aid would be some miracle spray. In this case, the famous “Unguentine first aid spray”, an antiseptic which is still available today.
While an antiseptic sure is always good to have in any first aid kit, obviously it cannot be an replacement for first aid techniques, not even remotely.
So if you happen to be active in sports, chances are you will have witnessed or maybe experienced by yourself the on or the other injury. Needless to say, you will then maybe have realized that knowing about first aid can be invaluable.
How to go about it if you want to teach yourself or your team in the latest first aid techniques
It is obviously not very practicable if you need to send your entire team to a school or to the Red Cross where they may hold some first aid classes once in a while. Not only is that not really practicable, chances are also that those first aid courses are not well suited for your particular sports. Normally, public schools will offer a more general first aid training.
A good option here is if you get in contact with an organization that can provide first aid training for you. Those people can actually come to your premises and teach your entire team about the right first aid techniques. Moreover, those providers are usually offering several courses which can range from standard first aid for every-day situations to specialized courses for sports injuries.
I recommend that you see first aid courses in Exeter if you require qualified health professionals to teach your team in first aid for sports. I had them come to our team and we had a great time while learning invaluable knowledge to treat various sports injuries!