Emergency: 6 hours teaching (7 Hour day to include breaks).
Advanced: 12 hours teaching (7 hours each day to include breaks)
Our one-day Emergency Paediatric First Aid course is the perfect option for parents or staff who are in regular contact with children, either in a professional or personal capacity. Covering CPR, choking, seizures and much more, this course provides everything needed to keep children safe in the event of a medical emergency.
Our two-day Advanced course extends the Emergency training with the added modules of poisoning, musculoskeletal injuries, and childhood illnesses.
To preserve the life of a child casualty in the event of a medical emergency.
To understand the laws and guidelines governing first aid.
To recognise common risks and hazards that might give rise to a medical emergency.
To develop confidence and proficiency in performing first aid techniques, and understand when we need to apply them.
To understand how to maintain the safety of the casualty and the scene around them.
To effectively demonstrate a range of first aid techniques, including CPR, chokes, recovery positions, and bandaging.
ADDITIONAL MODULES (ADVANCED)
To identify the causes, signs and symptoms of different types of poisoning.
To recognise the signs, symptoms and treatment of musculoskeletal injures, including sprains and strains.
To effectively demonstrate the application of a support sling and an elevation sling.
To understand the signs, symptoms and causes of anaphylaxis, and how it is treated in a first aid situation.
To identify the signs, symptoms and causes of common illnesses that occur during childhood.