Paediatric First Aid Course
This 12 hr Paediatric First Aid Course (E-Learning + One Day Practical) is suitable for childcarers including Nannies, Maternity Nurses, Childminders and Nursery Teachers caring for babies and children under 8 years old.
The Paediatric First Aid course allows all candidates to learn and demonstrate essential Paediatric First Aid skills by participating in a blended e-learning course. The course consists of a theory section that is completed in the comfort of you own home before attending the one day practical class (10am – 4pm) in Central London. The 12 hr Paediatric First Aid course meets the full Ofsted and CSSIW registration and also fulfils the Scottish requirements for Early Years
Enthusiastic and informative trainer. I have enjoyed the practical parts e.g. CPR, bandaging, and dealing with shock in particular. It was a very interesting day!
The instructor was very informative, straight to the point and quick. What I’ve learnt today and in the booklet will be very helpful.
First Aid Course Details
Course Dates & Details
Venue: London Marriott Hotel Kensington, 147c Cromwell Road, Kensington, London, SW5 0TH
Cost: £98pp incl VAT, Cost includes: assessment, certification, registration, all course materials and refreshments.
Time: 10am – 4pm
2017 Dates: 17th June / 25th Jun / 16th Jul / 30th Jul / 5th Aug / 20th Aug / 10th Sep / 16th Sep / 24th Sep / 8th Oct / 14th Oct / 22nd Oct / 12th Nov / 18th Nov / 26th Nov / 10th Dec
Additional products: “First Aid Burns Kit” for £19,99 or “First Aid Out and About Kit” for £16,99. Click here to view the content of the first aid kits.
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First Aid Course Content
During the 12 hour First Aid Course the following topics will be covered:
- Dealing with emergencies
- Dealing with conditions such as epilepsy, asthma, sickle cell & diabetes
- Recognising and responding to meningitis and other sudden serious illness
- Contents of a First Aid Kit
- Responding appropriately to burns, scalds & choking
- Recoding accidents and incidents
- Planning for First Aid emergencies
- Suspected fractures
- Dealing with shock, blood loss, poisoning, foreign objects and electric shock
- Head neck & back injuries
- Eye injuries, bites, stings, effects of extreme heat & cold, febrile convulsions
Course Structure & Assessment
Stage 1: E-Learning (up to 6 Hours) – Learners access their e-learning module via email. Candidates have one month to complete the e-learning module in their own home and at their own pace. It is designed to give you the theoretical knowledge needed to accompany the Practical First Aid course in the classroom.
Stage 2: Classroom (6.5 Hours) – Our specialist trainers guide learners through life-saving techniques, practical exercises and theory.
Course Duration: This course is delivered as a 12 hour blended e-learning course with an at home e-learning module completed before the one day practical course at our training venue in Central London.
To complete the assessment candidates must ensure their computer meets the minimum requirements.
These requirements include:
- Internet access and a working email address that we can contact you on as well as Word Processing package such as Microsoft Word in order to complete the assessment
- Up to date internet browser such as: Internet Explorer/Safari/Google Chrome/Mozilla Firefox etc…
- Ability to hear audio/video via your computer as our resource files include video clips
- Use of a computer to complete the course work. Smart phones and tablets are not suitable for completing the assessment as the display and functionality can be affected.
London Marriott Hotel Kensington, 147c Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW5 0TH
Tel: +44(0) 20 7973 1000
From Heathrow Airport:
Take M4 East and continue onto A4 to Hammersmith/Central London. A4 becomes Cromwell Road, pass Earls Court Road junction on your right. Turn first right into Knaresborough Place opposite Cromwell Hospital, then first left into Collingham Place and then left again. At the traffic lights turn left which will bring you to the hotel entrance on Cromwell Road, opposite Sainsbury’s store.
From Gatwick Airport:
Take M23 and connect to M4 East towards Central London and join onto A4 towards Central London. A4 becomes Cromwell Road, pass Earls Court Road junction on your right. Turn first right into Knaresborough Place opposite Cromwell Hospital, then first left into Collingham Place and then left again. At the traffic lights turn left which will bring you to the hotel entrance on Cromwell Road, opposite Sainsbury’s store. Alternatively take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Station, then take the Tube – District or Circle Line to Earls Court or Gloucester Road Station.
Traveling by Tube
Nearest stations: Earl’s Court Station & Gloucester Road Station
Tube lines: District line, Circle line, and Piccadilly line
£35 per day- Book by calling London Marriott Hotel Kensington
£7-£8 If you book with 20% discount code :BABYEM20
The Hotel is NOT within the London congestion charging zone
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should attend the Paediatric First Aid course?
This Paediatric First Aid course is suitable for anyone working with or caring for babies and children, and focuses on how to prevent accidents as well as how to treat them.
Do our courses meet the new (2014) Ofsted Guidelines?
Yes, Babyem’s Paediatric First Aid instructors are registered with awarding bodies. We regularly monitor and assess our processes and courses to ensure that what we are delivering training the highest standard and meeting the needs of all our learners.
What do I need to wear when attending the paediatric first aid course?
Due to the practical nature of the paediatric first aid course, we ask that all candidates wear trousers and suitable tops.
How is the blended learning paediatric first aid course structured?
We believe that learning is most effective when candidates are actively taking part rather than sitting and listening! Therefore the course includes a range of practical and interactive activities.
During the course candidates will be supported by their Paediatric First Aid instructor in small groups of 3 or 4 to practice and explore all areas of paediatric first aid. On completion of the practical one day course candidates will have access to our e-learning module via email. Candidates will then have 2 weeks to complete the e-learning module which consists of a multiple choice test (consisting of 20 questions) and email this back to us. On completion of the e-learning module candidates will receive their certificate by first class post.
Will I receive a certificate?
Once we have received the completed multiple choice question paper candidates will be issued with a 12 hr paediatric first aid certificate suitable for Ofsted registration and valid for 3 years.
What training do the paediatric first aid instructors have?
All of our trainers have hands-on experience of dealing with first aid emergencies with children, young people and adults. We bring together a highly skilled team of trainers that have worked with the armed forces, in A&E and for the London Ambulance Service.
We understand the importance of candidates feeling confident and competent when caring for a child in a medical emergency and ensure that, on completion of the course, you are equipped with the necessary skills to confidently help should something happen.
Are there breaks in the training?
Yes; candidates will have two 15 minutes breaks and a lunch break of 45 minutes.
What happens if I lose my certificate?
If you require a replacement certificate, simply call our team who will arrange for a new certificate to be sent to you. Please note there is a £10 charge for a replacement certificate.
What happens if I book the course but can’t attend?
Our classes are restricted to 12 delegates per one paediatric first aid instructor. As per our booking terms, you are welcome to find a replacement to full your place should you not be able to attend, however, refunds are not given unless there is a medical reason (and a doctor’s note has been received).
Babyem First Aid Training Team
Lee was originally a Combat Medical Technician in the Armed Forces, and since leaving the Forces now specialises in providing Paediatric First Aid training. Lee has worked for the Red Cross and private Ambulance Service specialising in events medical cover.
Peter left the RAF in March 2011 and in the October 2012 started Direct First Aid Ltd. Peter has a comprehensive knowledge of first aid, which he has practiced in all the operational areas that he has been deployed; he has also given his time to the Ambulance Service when he was posted to RAF Coltishall on their First Response Team.
Tracey has been working in childcare training for over 15 years as an expert pannelist member for the awarding body CACHE. Tracey is also a qualified Paediatric First Aid trainer and has delivered many courses to Local Authorities, Schools and Childcare establishments across the country.
This was hands down the best course I have been too!
I have attended many first aid courses over the 15 years that I have worked in childcare. This was hands down the best course I have been too! It helped to have the online learning part to digest before the course and the teacher made everything easy to understand.
E Donnerly, Feb 2017
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