Level 3 Award in
Combined First Aid at Work & Paediatric First Aid
3 Day Course
Certificate valid for 3 years
First Aid at Work & Peadiatric Combined Course
The Combined First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid Course is ideal for those who work in settings that require both First Aiders and Paediatric First Aiders, such as schools, sports clubs or other childcare settings.
Combining the QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) and the QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) into 3 days of classroom learning, this course enables candidates to gain the skills and knowledge needed to provide both adult and paediatric First Aid, whilst minimising the number of training days required to achieve both qualifications.
Candidates will cover a range of topics needed to provide effective First Aid for adults, children and infants including CPR and defibrillation, choking, stroke, head injuries, asthma and much more.
You don’t just get a course with Cornwall Training; you get a trainer who has front line emergency service experience, full colour manuals for each person, and a first aid kit for every person. We feel why train then have no kit to deal with a situation. So you leave after the course fully prepared and confident to save a life.
What’s included in the price?
The price includes all equipment, Registration and Certification, refreshments throughout the course, course manual and First Aid kit to keep.
The course can be delivered at our training centre in St Austell. If you have a suitable area, we can also deliver at your premises. This would reduce training costs with no travel costs for your employees.
We offer a range of courses for all business needs. For more information click HERE
If this is not the course you need, then check out our full range of First Aid Courses by clicking HERE
We can also supply First Aid Equipment which can be found by clicking HERE
Roles and responsibilities of both First Aiders and Paediatric First Aiders
Managing an unresponsive casualty
CPR and defibrillation
Heart attack and Angina
Head, neck and spinal injuries
Wounds, bleeding and hypovolaemic shock
Fractures dislocations, sprains and strains
Burns and scalds
Eye, nose and ear injuries