2 Day Paediatric
Duration: Two days
Group Size: up to 12 delegates
Onsite Price: £695.00 + VAT
London £765.00 + VAT
(on customer premises)
Who should attend?
This course has been developed for those who are working with children and infants. This course is suitable for people ages 16+ who care for babies and children in any professional setting and are required to be qualified in first aid. This course will be of particular interest to teachers, child minders, crèche assistants, playgroup personnel and anyone else who has a responsibility for their welfare whilst in your care.
What will I learn?
This two-day Paediatric First Aid course focuses on emergency scenarios that can happen when looking after young children and infants. It meets the Ofsted Early Years and Childcare Register requirements.
Topics covered in the 2 day Paediatric course:
Responsibilities and reporting
Assessment of the situation
Dealing with an unresponsive casualty
Control of bleeding
Heat and Cold
Sickle cell anaemia
Burns and Shock
One of our trainers will deliver this course at your premises on a date of your choice. The timings could also be arranged to suit your requirements.
Assessment and Certification
You will be continually assessed throughout the duration of the course by one of our qualified trainers. Upon successful completion you will receive a 2 Day Paediatric Level 3 certificate valid for three years.
It is highly recommended that all qualified first aiders should refresh their knowledge and first aid skills every year.
The practical elements of this course are essential as they provide you with vital hands-on experience. It is important that you are physically able to take part in the practical parts of the course.
You are required to attend the full duration of the course and candidates need a basic command of English ( defined as Level 2 ) to be eligible for evaluation and qualify for a Child Care First Aid certificate.
On-site training room requirement
It is recommended that the room size should be approximately 20 x 30 feet for a full 12 person course. The room should be large enough to seat all candidates comfortably in a semicircle formation. The floor space in the centre should be clean and uncluttered as this will be used for the practical parts of the course. The trainer will also require a flip chart if one is available.