Our 12 hour paediatric first aid course is aimed at early years professionals including teachers, nursery staff, childminders and nannies. This course covers the full syllabus required by OFSTED and Care Inspectorate Wales for early years settings. As a regulated qualification, the course also meets the high standards required for Millie’s Mark accreditation.
Practical paediatric first aid training
We believe that first aid is a practical subject, best taught practically. That’s why our training courses include plenty of hands-on training in first aid techniques and procedures. We only use presentations to reinforce the theory behind each area of first aid, rather than as the main way of delivering our training.
The 12 hour paediatric first aid course includes the following topics:
First aid for babies and children who are unconscious
Treatment for babies and children who have stopped breathing
First aid for babies and children having seizures
Bleeding and shock
Burns and scalds
Head, neck and back injuries
Medical conditions including asthma, anaphylaxis, meningitis, diabetes
Quality, up to date training
We deliver regulated qualifications through the awarding organisation ITC First. The exams regulators for England and Wales (OFQUAL and Qualifications Wales) oversee this qualification and we undertake both internal and external quality assurance on our courses. That means you can be assured that your trainer is qualified, experienced and teaching current practice.
Paediatric First Aid in South Wales & Forest of Dean
We run open courses at venues in South Wales and the Forest of Dean. That means our venues are easily accessible from Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester and Newport. If you have a group in need of training, we can travel to you anywhere in South Wales, South West England or the West Midlands. We’re flexible on course schedules and can provide modular courses over a number of days or evenings as well as 2 day blocks. Just get in touch to discuss your needs and for a quote.