This course meets the full requirements of OFSTED / EYFS 2021 for those caring for or working with babies through to young adults.
Have fun learning how to deal with the typical accidents that children have and cover adult skills as well.
Each skill is tailored to children’s needs and the differences between the treatment of adults and children is thoroughly explained.
At the end of the course you will feel confident to cope with the following scenarios and more: drowning, falling off a bike, cot death and nose bleeds.
The course covers infant and child skills as a matter of course, but we also cover adults skills. This means you have the skill to help your colleagues and friends and also gives you an EFAW certificate as well.
Infant/Child and Adult Skills:
- Role of the first aider
- Record keeping and regulations
- Scene Assessment
- Unresponsive and breathing normally
- Unresponsive and not breathing normally
- Injury Assessment
- Suspected fracture
- Head, neck or back injuries
- Eye injuries
- Extreme heat or cold
- Burns or scalds
- Illness Assessment
- Allergies, bites and stings
- Sickle Cell Anaemia
- Foreign body in eyes, ears or nose
- Febrile convulsions
Who is it for
- Anyone who works with infants and/or children.
- 2 days (12 hours)
- 1 day eLearning
- 1 day practical
As this course covers adult skills it also meets the requirements for Emergency First Aid at Work.