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Emergency First Aid for Schools

Emergency First Aid - Schools - 1 Day

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  • 50 British pounds
  • Thurnby Lodge Community Centre

Service Description

One day HSE Compliant Course This course is fantastic for KS1 & KS2 Schools, giving confidence with often worrying topics such as Anaphylaxis and Asthma. It’ll well prepare you for an emergency situation both in and out of school – and centres around building an emergency plan, ready to quickly kick in should an emergency arrive! Content Covered - Emergency Actions - Child, Baby & Adult Basic Life Support (CPR) - Child, Baby & Adult Choking - How to use a defib (AED) - Head, Neck & Back Injuries - Asthma - Anaphylaxis & Adrenaline Auto-Injectors (including Epipens) - Unconsciousness & Recovery Position - Bleeding & Burns - Injuries to the Bones, Muscles & Joints - Seizures/Fitting - First Aider Responsibilities - Plus lots more! Good to Know - This course is also Health & Safety Executive (HSE) compliant. - ​Settings that need to comply with the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework should assess their needs and should consider training their team on the 2 day full Paediatric First Aid Course. - Each delegate will get a certificate valid for three years. - This course is a fun and interactive workshop, with lots of time for practice and question. There are no formal tests. Blended Training Blended Training is a combination of face-to-face training and learning online. Typically all the theory is carried out and assessed online using interactive and user-friendly modules, whereas hands-on training, such as CPR for example, is taught in the classroom, workplace, or a designated venue. This is a very flexible method of training. - Benefits of blended learning include: - Flexibility - Ease of learning - Can be studied in your OWN time - Learn at your own pace - Cost-effective - Suits shift staff and night workers, for example factories - Inline with the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations 1981

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