Paediatric / Childcare first aid course
What would your child's Yaya or Nannie do in an Emergency?
In the event of an emergency prompt action by your child's Yaya or Nannie can SAVE LIVES. Our specialty paediatric / childcare first aid course covers the requirements laid down by the EYFS UK (Early Years Foundation Stage) and Ofsted (UK Schools regulatory body) and is ideal for schools, childminders, nursery workers, nannies, and others working professionally with children and babies. This course is HSE approved and comes with UK certification valid for 3 years. The Paediatric First Aid course follows good practice, up to date guidelines as recommended by the HSE UK (health and safety executive) and the ERC (European resuscitation council)
Who is it for?
The Paediatric First Aid course is ideally suited for Yaya’s, Maids, household helpers and anyone who is responsible for caring for your children. The course covers the requirements laid down by the EYFS and Ofsted.
Who teaches the course?
The Paediatric First Aid course is taught by Mr. Richard Hunt, a UK qualified First Aid Instructor & National Beach Lifeguard, assisted by a Philippine Registered Nurse available for Tagalog translation where needed.
As a highly experienced and qualified educator, international teacher and First Aid instructor, Richard offers excellent delivery of information to customers, delivered in an informal and relaxed setting, ensuring that learning First Aid skills is fun and easy.
How long does it take?
The course is 12 hours, run over 2 days.
When is it?
Scheduled course dates :
Next available course : March 23rd & 24th ( Few places still remaining)
What is the size of the class?
Classes are kept small, a maximum of 12, in order to ensure individual attention to customers and a high standard of education with plenty of opportunity for hands on practice and time for you to develop your confidence throughout the entire course.
What will I learn?
This course will teach you important skills in how to manage many first aid situations, including life saving skills such as management of a choking child and infant / child resuscitation.
- Introduction to first aid
- Emergency action
- Assessment of child and baby
- Recovery position
- CPR for baby and infant
- Head injuries
- Electrical injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Sprains, strains and dislocations
- Dressing and bandaging
- Febrile convulsions
- Burns and scalds
- Heat exhaustion
- Obstructions in the nose and ears
- Eye injuries
- Bites and stings
- Recording incidents/injuries
- Administration of medication and parental permission
- Scene control
- First aid box content
- Major illness: asthma, diabetes, meningitis, sickle cell anaemia, and anaphylaxis