Our Blended Full Paediatric First Aid course is a combination of practical training and eLearning, which can be completed in one day. The course is designed to meet the requirements for OFSTED registration, CSSIW, and Scottish Early Years.
The course includes 6 hours of practical, trainer-led training and 6 hours of at-home eLearning, which must be completed prior to the practical day. The eLearning module is web-based, interactive, and user-friendly, and can be accessed multiple times on any device. The practical training day provides learners with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to act effectively during paediatric emergencies, and is EYFS compliant.
We are proud to announce that our Blended Full Paediatric First Aid course meets the full guidance of the Department of Education’s new EYFS Framework, which comes into effect on 1st September 2021. The course covers all elements of the Emergency Paediatric Course during the trainer-led practical day, and our eLearning module contains only the additional content required to gain the Full Paediatric First Aid Qualification.
This course is suitable for anyone caring for or working with babies through to young adults, and is equivalent to a Level 3 Full Paediatric First Aid course. The practical training day is led by professional, dynamic, and experienced trainers, and covers a range of topics, including assessing an emergency situation, unresponsive casualties, choking, head injuries, seizures, burns, and more.
Upon completion of the course, learners will receive a fully certified qualification that is valid for three years.
The course is suitable for both new and experienced first aiders, and covers all the necessary roles and responsibilities of a first aider.
Our Blended Paediatric First Aid Training covers the following subjects:
- Roles & Responsibilities of the First Aider
- Assessing an Emergency Situation & Prioritising Action
- Unresponsive Casualty (Not Breathing) – Infant & Child
- Unresponsive Casualty (Breathing) – Infant & Child
- Choking – Infant & Child
- Head Injuries
- Burns, Bleeds & Shock
- Bites & Stings
- Suspected Fracture
- Neck or Back Injuries
- Burns & Scalds
- Minor Injuries
- Electric Shock
- Extreme Temperatures