Online motorsport training

Medical, Rescue and Recovery CPD Seminars

The Scottish Association of Motor Sports Clubs' training team is running a series of 6 bi-monthly webinars aimed specifically at Medical, Rescue and Recovery personnel involved in a first response role at incidents. They will run on Zoom and you can join in with a computer, tablet or smartphone. Each session usually lasts for around 90 minutes and you'll receive a certificate as evidence of attendance. Attendance is restricted so that participants can focus more on the medical and operational issues than they perhaps could in a more open session. Motorsport UK licence numbers will be verified before your registration is confirmed.

Last year, SAMSC ran 4 seminars, with a total attendance of 833. On average, 74% of delegates rated these sessions as excellent and a further 22% rated them as good.

Managing traumatic pain in a pre-hospital environment - 24 February, 7pm

Subject to be confirmed - 28 April, 7pm

Incident Review: Silverstone - 30 June, 7pm
The session looks at a significant incident in 2020 and the lessons learned.

In conversation with... the Safety Services - 21 July, 7pm
Discover more about what the motorsport Rescue, Medical and Recovery teams actually do, what makes them tick... and what makes them twitch! You can also find out how you can get involved if you're interested.

Incident Review: Snowman Rally - 25 August, 7pm
The session looks at a significant incident in 2013 and the lessons learned.

Subject to be confirmed - 27 October, 7pm

Subject to be confirmed - 15 December, 7pm

If you have any queries, please contact the SAMSC Regional Training Team at training@scottishmotorsportsclubs.co.uk

This training is organised and run by the Scottish Association of Motor Sports Clubs, as the Regional Association for Motorsport UK in Scotland. It is generously funded by the British Motor Sports Training Trust, and supported administratively and technically by the Scottish Motorsport Marshals Club.

See the full training programme