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Emergency Paediatric First Aid

Evening Emergency Paed First Aid -Part 2

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  • 20 British pounds
  • Aylestone St. James Rugby Football Club

Service Description

This course is split into three parts as below Part 1 - Online Learning Part 2 - Practical Face to Face Part 3 - Practical Assessments All parts must be completed within a 6 month period in order to receive a certificate of completion. Each part must be completed in order, for example, to be accepted onto Part 3, you must have completed Part's 1 & 2. Non-Consecutive Split Evening Courses are a great way to complete your First Aid training whilst managing your work/personal time. Description below covers the course as a whole. HSE Compliant Course This course is fantastic for child care settings – especially those applying for Millie’s Mark. Childcare settings that need to comply with the Early Year Foundation Stage Statutory Framework should assess their needs and should consider training their team on the 2 day full Paediatric First Aid Course. - Content Covered - Emergency Actions - Child, Baby & Adult Basic Life Support (CPR) - Child, Baby & Adult Choking - How to use a defib (AED) - Asthma & Inhalers - Anaphylaxis - Unconsciousness & Recovery Position - Seizures & Fitting - Bleeding, Burns and Fractures - Fainting - First Aider Responsibilities Good To Know - This course is also Health & Safety Executive (HSE) compliant. - 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. 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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