Paediatric First Aid course was rated ‘VERY GOOD’ by 100% of course participants
Our customers really enjoy our practical Paediatric First Aid training. The courses are fun and non-threatening, delivered by sector specialists in childcare. Everyone involved in working with infants and children would benefit from learning the basics of Child First Aid – dealing with choking, recognising illness, CPR, management of collapse, blood loss and shock.
We can come to your venue to deliver courses across Scotland and northern England.
To find out about dealing with issues like children and burns look at our weblink to the First Aid Training Co-operative.
Individual comments and feedback from Paediatric First Aid course –
I enjoyed the course, it was very practical and well delivered.
Content was relevant and gave us good skills to deal with real first aid situations.
A well presented and very useful course. There were lots of practical examples given and reinforcement of knowledge.
Course was delivered in Portree on Skye- 5th June 2015.
London Wildlife Trust, February 2015 OFA
- Really enjoyable course. The teacher made First Aid learning extremely engaging and fun!
- Excellent course, very good learning styles
- Highly recommend the course
- I feel more confident with handling first aid incidents
- A really great course, I ve learnt so much, inclusive and brilliant
- Well structured and planned even, quality instruction
EFAW London, 7 February 2015
- A very good day, thoroughly done and effective
- Trainer was detailed but fun
- Enjoyable course, very good trainer. Would recommend to others.
Emergency First Aid at Work – Feedback from course on Arran
The HSE recommends that all low risk workplaces have staff with an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification on duty. The 6 hour EFAW course is designed for low risk workplaces, and covers Basic First Aid skills and the roles and responsibilities of the Appointed Person. On this course you will learn how to deal with a range of accidents and illnesses. One of the medical emergencies you will earn about is How to Deal with a Heat Attack.
Higher risk workplaces require staff with First Aid at Work qualifications, examples of this would be construction sties and light manufacturing. Outdoor First Aid works in partnership with First Aid Training Cooperative and both companies meet the Health and Safety Executive standards for ‘Due Diligence‘ for first aid providers.
Arran, course feedback and comments for the Emergency First Aid at Work course taking place in February 2015
- Very good course, much enjoyed.
- Very thorough, particularly regarding build up of practical procedures.
- Very beneficial course.
Evaluations – OFA – London Wildlife Trust – Feb 2015
- Really enjoyable course. The teacher made first aid learning extremely engaging and fun.
- Excellent course, great learning styles, practical involvement, engaging and effective – brilliant!
- Highly recommend this course.
- Well structured and planned event. High quality instruction and friendly.
First Aid course in Glasgow January 17-18th
- Was great. Lovely bunch of people. Instructors were great, very informative. What can be a boring day was delivered in an interesting and informative way. Outdoor part was also good, apart from the temperature outside.
- Excellent tuition. Very interactive and engaging. Trainers were superb communicators.
- Thanks for making this an enjoyable experience.
- I have already recommended this training course!
- Definitely course will help deal with impossible situations.
- Great two days. Really enjoyed it.
- Excellent mix of chat, presentation and putting it all in context.
- Lots of opportunities for practice was great.
January 15-16th Aviemore OFA for ecologists
- Probably the best first aid course I have been on. Really enjoyed the delivery style and was never bored. Very hands on , very interactive.
- Course was interesting and informative
- Awesome course. Loads of new information and experience
- Really enjoyed the course, I am now confident to get involved.