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1 Day Paediatric Emergency First Aid

Course Overview:

If you should require an understanding of First Aid for children and babies then this course is for you. It is recommended for schools, nurseries and for anyone who works with children. This course is also beneficial for babysitters, parents and grandparents wanting to gain an understanding of first aid for babies and children in their early years. Please note that to comply with EYFS and OFSTED standards the you will have to attend the 2 Day Paediatric First Aid Course.

Course Outline:

Learners will cover the following during the course:
: Legal requirements and responsibilities of the Pediatric First Aider
: Safety at the scene of accidents
: Resuscitation Babies Children
: Unconscious casualty management
: Recovery position
: Management of wounds and bleeding
: Shock
: Choking asthma - croup
: Burns and scalds
: Recognition of common major and minor illnesses/conditions and appropriate actions to take. These can be bespoke to your organisation

Course Duration:

1 Day

Course Assessment:

This course is subject to an ongoing assessment throughout the day by the tutor. There is no final assessment. The tutor ensures a thorough understanding has been achieved by questions, answers, discussion and practical scenarios.

Course Certification:

Successful delegates receive a certificate that is recognised by the Health and Safety Executive and is valid for a period of three years

Other Information:

Delegates receive a quality first aid manual. Sensible dress is advised as practical floor-based activities are required.

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