Presented by: Carolyn Lucas
17th & 18th November 2016
16th & 17th March 2017
Time: 9.45am – 4.45pm
Includes: Lunch & Refreshments on both days and Certificate
Target Audience: For anyone working in the early years sector, nurseries, schools, child-minders or foster carers. The definition of paediatric is up to puberty (UK resus council guidelines).
Childminders will require this to achieve registration.
This course is the Ofsted 12 hour compulsory course for those working in the Early Years sector, nursery or childminders.
From 1st July 2016 all newly qualified staff with a childcare level 2 or 3 qualification working in nurseries must have an emergency or full paediatric first aid certificate. Nurseries, where 100% of the staff hold paediatric first aid qualifications and have well deployed first aid processes, will receive a special ‘Millie’s Mark’ endorsement. This will soon become well-known to parents all over the country as a clear indicator of the highest standards in keeping children safe from harm.
Proof of Identity must be produced on day one of the course
There is a 30 question multiple choice test at the end of the course
- Understand the role of the first aider
- Be able to assess an emergency situation and act safely and effectively
- Be able to provide first aid for an infant or child who is unresponsive and breathing normally
- Be able to provide first aid for an infant or child who is unresponsive and NOT breathing normally
- Be able to provide first aid for an infant or child who is choking
- Be able to provide first aid to an infant or child with a wound and bleeding
- Know how to provide first aid to an infant or child who is suffering from shock
To complete and pass appropriate multiple choice papers, showing your overall learning on the course sufficient to enable the learner to provide first aid to an infant or child in a manner that is safe, prompt and effective.
PLACES ARE LIMITED