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Paediatric First Aid

Paediatric First Aid - 2 Day

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

Service Description

This course is specifically written for child care settings to comply with the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework. It's a relaxed workshop, absolutely packed with plenty of practice and loads of time to ask questions and share stories. Covering childhood illnesses and conditions in-depth, it also covers some adult first aid for big kids that get into scrapes too! Popular with This course is written to be especially suitable for those working in childcare settings, and is therefore also ideal for nannies, au pairs, foster carers, primary schools, nursery staff, parents and carers. This course meets the criteria for Millie’s Mark. We'll Cover Emergency Actions Child, Baby & Adult Basic Life Support (CPR) Child, Baby & Adult Choking How to use a defib (AED) Head, Neck & Back Injuries Asthma, Panic Attacks, Drowning & Fumes Unconsciousness & Recovery Position Shock, Electrical Shock & Anaphylaxis Bleeding, Wounds & Burns Injuries to the Bones, Muscles & Joints Concussion, Seizures/Fitting & Diabetes Meningitis, Croup & Sickle Cell First Aider Responsibilities Plus lots more! Good to Know This course is OFSTED compliant and complies with the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework Each delegate will get a certificate valid for three years. Each delegate will also get a free workbook, and a copy of our user-friendly manual 'The Good First Aid Guide' to keep. This course is a fun and interactive workshop, with lots of time for practice and questions. There are no formal tests, we'll assess the course in a relaxed and non-threatening way! 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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