This course was developed in conjunction with the NCMA and Pre-School Learning Alliance to meet the requirements of the National Standards.
All child minders in England and Wales must now pass a first aid course when they register.
This should ideally be taken while they are registering, but certainly within six months of receiving their registration certificate.
The course offers a comprehensive guide to administering First Aid and each delegate receives a manual.
Who is it for?
This course is for those responsible for the care of young children, particularly child minders and Early Years workers. The course is also recognised for the purpose of registration as an Early Years professional. It can be used to provide evidence for those working towards an NVQ in Child Care and Education (Level 3).
- Role of a First Aider
- Childhood conditions
- Accident reporting and the first aid box
- Casualty Action Plans
- Primary Survey
- Recovery Position
- Infant and Child Rescue Breaths and CPR
- Infant and Child Choking
- Asthma, Diabetes and Seizures
- Allergic Reactions and Anaphylactic Shock
- Head Injuries
- Bleeding, Shock and Burns
- Sprains, Strains and fractures
- Poisoning, bites and stings
- Eye, nose and ear obstructions
By the end of the course the delegates will have a thorough knowledge of the First Aid topics related to child-care.
Continuous assessment by the trainer and each delegate will receive a certificate
Minimum of 12 hours (normally run over 2 days) This course can be run in-house for up to 12 delegates or individuals can attend our courses.
Level 3 Paediatric First Aid (QCF) (Dartford Training Centre / Walk Tall Village) £115 per delegate
Refreshments are also provided on our Dartford Courses.
Paediatric First Aid (onsite) £1150 per course (12)*Group Booking Form
Prices include: Professional instruction, all course materials, First Aid manuals and a Highfield Awards Paediatric First Aid certificate vaild for 3 years.
*(Number)in brackets indicates maximunm number of delegates per course.