Paediatric First Aid

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Course Details

Request this course for a private group to reduce your training costs and ensure that the first aid training is specific to your particular environment.

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Paediatric First Aid

Delivery Method: Blended Learning. Online learning combined with attendance at a one day practical session.

Course Covers: The Full Paediatric First Aid course meets Ofsted's first aid training requirements and the 2017 Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Guidelines for Childminders and Nursery Workers in early years settings. It is also a prerequisite for many National Child Care qualifications and the Compulsory Ofsted.

Assessing vital signs
Approaching and assessing a casualty
Treating immediately life-threatening conditions
Drowning, bleeding, choking & shock
Basic Life Support
Recognising & treating common conditions
Asthma, epilepsy, anaphylaxis, diabetes & meningitis
Taking action to prevent further deterioration
Current regulations & record-keeping
Scenarios tailored to the school or nursery environment

Requirements: There are no prerequisites to attend this course.

Minimum Age: 14

Fitness: This course is active and practical. To meet the certification requirements all learners must be assessed whilst performing practical elements of the course, some of which will require you to kneel on the floor. Please ensure that you can physically fulfil these practical requirements. Please wear suitable clothes; loose-fitting trousers, leggings, or jeans. We advise against wearing a skirt or anything short that may leave you feeling uncomfortable during practical assessments.

More information about this course:

Manual for this course.