COMBINED FIRST AID AT WORK & PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID

(RQF)

COURSE OVERVIEW

This qualification combines the Level 3 Award In First Aid At Work (RQF) and the Level 3 Award In Paediatric First Aid (RQF), into a streamlined course, that provides learners with all of the skills and knowledge needed to provide both adult and paediatric first aid,

This course has been specifically designed for those who work in settings that require both First Aiders and Paediatric First Aiders, such as schools, sports clubs or other childcare settings.

Over 3 extended days, Learners will develop the knowledge and practical competencies needed to provide effective first aid for adults, children and infants.

CONTENT OVERVIEW
  • The role and responsibilities of the first aider

  • Assess situations in order to act safely and effectively

  • Priorities of paediatric first aid

  • Basic Life Support & Automated External Defibrillation

  • Unconscious casualty

  • Management of a seizure

  • Choking

  • Shock

  • External Bleeding

  • Minor injuries small cuts / grazes / small splinters / nose bleeds

  • Minor burns and scalds

  • Completing accident report form

  • Administer first aid to a casualty with Chest Injuries

  • Asthma and Hyperventilation

  • Anaphylaxis

  • Angina and Heart attack

  • Stroke

  • Burns and Scalds

  • Poisoning

  • Head and Spinal Injuries

  • Injuries to Bones / Muscles / Joints

  • Secondary Survey

  • Other Major Illnesses: Epilepsy and Diabetes

  • Bites and Stings Ears and nose conditions

  • Sickle cell

  • Meningitis and Febrile Convulsions

  • Temperature extremes - hypo and hyperthermia

  • Electric shock

  • Wounds and Bleeding

  • Eye Injuries

COURSE DETAILS

Duration: 3 Days

Assessment: Practical & 2x Multiple Choice

Delegate Limit: 12

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