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Paediatric First Aid

Course Overview

The course is specifically aimed at those who work with children. The course covers the same content as the one day Emergency First Aid training course but does also cover; heart conditions, seizures, head injuries, sprains/fractures, CPR and poisoning.

We further provide information on accident reporting, legislation, role of the first aider and how primary & secondary surveys play vital roles in treatment of ill or injured children.

Course Content

This course also includes the following topics. 

 How to help a child or baby who:-

  • Is unresponsive and breathing
  • Is unresponsive and not breathing
  • Is choking
  • Is bleeding
  • Is burnt or has a scald
  • Has an object in their eye, ear or nose
  • Has hypothermia or heat exhaustion
  • Has sickness or fever
  • Has a medical emergency, including: o Meningitis o Diabetic emergency o Seizures o Asthma attack o Severe allergic reaction (Anaphylactic shock)
  • Has an injury to a bone or muscle or joint (including spinal injuries)
  • Has a head injury
  • Has swallowed something harmful

Practical sessions

  • CPR
  • AED
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking—Adult / Child
  • Shock

A level of physical fitness is required, please see additional information.

Assessment

Assessment is continous through out the course, with students demonstrating competence through practical scenarios.

Resources

  • First Aid Manual

Additional information

Viking Training asks that any person who is booked onto the course is physically capable of undertaking the practical sessions with being able to kneel on the floor. If for any reason you are unable to do so, please inform us and we will make any reasonable adjustment to the practical session so allowing you to fully participate in the training.