Basic Paediatric First Aid Level 2
As a caregiver for children, it is crucial to know how to respond in the event of an emergency or injury. This course is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide basic first aid care for infants and young children.
Throughout this course, you will learn how to assess and manage common injuries. You will also learn about the importance of infection control and how to recognize and respond to signs of illness or distress.
In addition, this course will cover the steps you should take when seeking professional medical help and how to communicate effectively with parents and emergency services in the event of an emergency.
The course takes 3 hours to complete and successful candidates will receive a certificate valid for 3 years.
- Describe how to deal with an emergency
- Administer appropriate first aid to a range of age groups
- Explain how to get help
- Describe how to report an incident
Early Years Courses
Risk Assessment for Child Carers
Aim: To enable delegates to carry out health and safety risk assessments in order to provide a safe environment for children and adults.
Aim: To raise awareness of an adult's role when working with children and young people and to ensure they understand how to protect the safety of young people as well as to be aware of sensitive situations in which they may find themselves.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for Early Years
Aim: To provide delegates with an awareness and understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion.
Basic Paediatric First Aid
This course aims to introduce basic first aid to learners who have children and babies in their care and to enable them to recognise and respond to a paediatric emergency.
Emergency Paediatric First Aid
Aim: To ensure that learners are trained in adult and paediatric first aid techniques, enabling them to recognise and treat those who are ill or injured.
Paediatric First Aid
Aim: To introduce first aid to learners who have children and babies in their care and to enable them to recognise and respond to a paediatric emergency.
Health and Safety for Child Carers
Aim: To identify the health and safety issues relating to those working in the child care environment.
Manual Handling for Child Carers
Aim: To recognise the principles of safe manual handling of children and the importance of risk assessment prior to any manual handling task.