12-Hour Paediatric First Aid

From: £150.00

A minimum of 12 guided learning hours are required for the Paediatric First Aid Course. The first part of this blended-learning course is completed online before candidates attend the tutor-led classroom based part where the practical activities and assessments will be carried out. This can be held over 1 full-day session or 2 half-day or evening sessions.

Learners must be physically able to carry out the practical elements of the course.

The assessment for this course comprises of two parts; a practical assessment and a multiple-choice examination. On successful completion of this course, you will receive a Paediatric First Aid certificate which will last for three years.

Please note the locations and dates for the classroom based course are as follows:

19th June 2024: The Holiday Inn, Dumfries

9th September 2024: The Holiday Inn, Dumfries

11th November 2024: The Holiday Inn, Dumfries

The course will start at 9:30am.

 

 

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Guided Learning Hours

A minimum of 12 guided learning hours are required for the Paediatric First Aid Course. The first part of this blended-learning course is completed online before candidates attend the tutor-led classroom based part where the practical activities and assessments will be carried out. This can be held over 1 full-day session or 2 half-day or evening sessions.

Form of Assessment

The assessment for this course comprises of two parts; a practical assessment and a multiple-choice examination. On successful completion of this course, you will receive a Paediatric First Aid certificate which will last for three years.

Syllabus

• Role and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider
• Assessing an emergency situation safely
• Provide first aid for a casualty who is unresponsive and breathing normally
• Provide first aid for a casualty who is unresponsive and not breathing normally
• Choking
• External bleeding
• Shock
• Bites, stings and minor injuries
• Fractures
• Head, neck and back injuries
• Conditions affecting the eyes, ears and nose
• Diabetic emergencies
• Asthma attacks
• Allergic reactions
• Meningitis
• Febrile convulsions
• Effects of extreme heat and cold
• Electric shocks
• Burns and scalds
• Poisoning
• Anaphylaxis