Illuminate Training Services was launched by Leigh Humpleby in Barnsley last year.
The company specialises in creating orienteering challenges, in which groups of young adults, aged 16-24, have to deal with mock casualties.
The exercises involve the group finding casualties with simulated injures from fake broken bones and serious wounds to a severed hand.
The group then learn the essentials of how to react if they were to come across such a casualty, and what assistance they need to administer.
Illuminate has already worked with the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Get on Track, which uses sport to create a better future for marginalised young people, and The Really NEET Project, created by Sophie Maxwell, that helps young people who are not in education or employment.
Ms Humpleby said: “Having served in the army as an operating department practitioner and combat medic, I know the importance of reacting quickly to save people’s lives and I want to pass this onto youngsters in the hope that one day they might also be able to save a life.”