This 12 hour Childcare First Aid course contains child and infant first aid techniques. It is practical and hands on skill development and if you believe the evaluations, lots of fun as well.
It is designed to meet the requirements of Ofsted for registered childminders and the requirements for first aid for nannies (England & Wales). It is ideal for those working in a childcare setting – nursery, kindergarten, home childcare provider.
Our courses meet the HSE standards for ‘Due Diligence‘ for first aid providers.
The course focuses on dealing with outdoor incident management and improved techniques.
We can run the course at your venue for group sizes of four people upwards. Call us on 0333 4330 731 (free to mobile and landlines callers) or mobile 07585 723763 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book
The course is useful to those who take children away from the school or the nursery setting, on walks to the park or to catch a bus to activities.
For a number of organisations (Forest Schools) we run an Outdoor First Aid course focusing on the needs of children – Forest School First Aid. Our Director, Cory Jones, is a fully qualified current ITC Forest School Provider and has undergone additional training in Forest School ethos, rationale, risk assessment, in-house procedures, knowledge of Forest School. He is on the ITC Forest School First Aid Provider register.
We also run Anaphylaxis First Aid (EpiPen training)
Paediatric course core content:
* A systematic approach to incident management
* Incident management scenarios
* Dealing with incidents safely
* Infant, Child and Adult Resuscitation procedures
* Bleeding – internal/external, major/minor
* Shock – hypovolemic and anaphylactic
* Hypothermia and hyperthermia
* Febrile convulsions
* Treating Damage – suspected fractures, head, neck and back injuries
* Eye injuries and foreign bodies in eyes, ears and noses
* Bites and stings
* Burns and scalds
* Electric shock
* Common illness (recognition and management) – epilepsy, asthma, sickle cell anaemia, diabetes
* Record keeping and action plans