Level 3 Award in
Paediatric First Aid
2 Day Course
Certificate valid for 3 years
Paediatric First Aid Course
Would you know what to do if a child in your care needed First Aid?
Having the correct Paediatric First Aid provision is not only a statutory requirement for the majority of childcare providers, it is extremely important for the safety of children.
The QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) qualification is ideal for those who work or intend to work in a childcare setting as it has been specifically designed to fulfil Ofsted’s First Aid requirements for early years teachers, nursery workers and childminders (as defined within the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage 2014 and within the Child Care Register guide).
Successful candidates will learn the roles and responsibilities of the Paediatric First Aider and will be equipped with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when dealing with a range of Paediatric First Aid situations.
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 and 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
The roles and responsibilities of a Paediatric First Aider
Assessing an emergency situation
Dealing with an unresponsive infant or child
Head and spinal injuries
Fractures, dislocations and sprains
Anaphylaxis and allergic reactions
Burns and scalds
Wounds and bleeding
Sickle cell crisis
Eye, ear and nose conditions
Bites and stings
Treatment for hot and cold temperatures