Paediatric First Aid
1 Day Course
This 1 day paediatric first aid course teaches you how to provide the highest standard of emergency first aid to children you may be responsible for.
The guidelines between first aid for adults and children differ in some places, which is why this course is designed to teach the latest first aid skills
which have been especially adapted for children to minimise dangers to them and improve their chances of survival in a serious emergency.
As well as giving learners the skills and confidence to deal with life-threatening situations, they will also receive knowledge in how to deal with illnesses and injuries which can occur with children, including bleeding, asthma, burns, choking, fractures, soft tissue injuries, head injuries and more.
Our first aid for children training course covers first aid protocols for children under the age of 8 years old.
This full day course includes course materials, expert tutoring and practical exercises to give learners in-depth training in how to treat children with the following injuries and illnesses:
- Aims & principles of first aid
- Anaphylaxis & Auto-injector use
- Bleeding (inc. nose bleeds)
- Managing unconscious casualties
- Fractures and breaks
- Soft tissue injuries
- Head injuries
- Basic life support (CPR)
- Other specific conditions
Why Choose CTC Quality & Safety Training?
Leading Training Provider
Come to us or we can provide training at your workplace
The course meets H&S (First Aid) Regulation and is HSE recommended
Regularly updated so you always get the latest knowledge and skills
Expert first aid tutors with real experience in the field
A friendly and supportive learning environment
DID YOU KNOW?
A poll has found that 7 out of 10 parents and guardians in the UK lack First Aid skills and knowledge that would allow them to help their child in a medical emergency.
Paediatric First Aid – 1 Day Course
From only £60.00pp
For group bookings of 6 or above please call us directly.
This children’s first aid training course is important for anyone who is responsible for looking after children and their welfare, including: Parents, Teacher, Classroom Assistants, Playgroup Assistants, General School Staff, Sports Coaches