Riverside Training Company focuses on helping students gain confidence in their own ability to react to an emergency.
What you will learn:
- First Aid in early years settings
- Responsibilities of the First aider
- Assessing and prioritising emergency situations
- Primary Survey
- Managing an Infant or child who is unresponsive
- Infant and child resuscitation
- Recognising and managing an infant or child who is choking
- Recognising and managing an infant or child who is suffering hypovolemic shock
- Managing wounds and bleeding in an infant or child
- Recognising and managing seizures in an infant or child
- Recognising and managing an infant or child who is suffering from anaphylactic shock
- Managing an infant or child who has suffered a burn or scald
- Recognising and managing an infant or child or has a suspected fracture
- Manage a child who has a head, neck or back injury
- Manage an infant or child with a foreign body in eyes, ears or nose
- Managing an infant or child with an eye injury
- Manage an infant or child suffering from a bite or sting
- Recognise and manage an infant or child suffering from the effects of extreme heat or cold
- Manage an infant or child who is suffering from a diabetic emergency; an asthma attack; an allergic reaction; meningitis; and/or febrile convulsions
Rest assured that by choosing Riverside Training Company to deliver your training, you will always be taught by a highly experienced trainer whose aim is to ensure you know what to do should a medical accident or emergency occur.
- Learners should have sufficient command of the English language (if you have English as a second language equal to functioning English L2)
- Attendees will be required to demonstrate First Aid procedures as they would in a real work environment, including taking part in kneeling, rolling, laying on the carpet and having physical contact with other course members (with Covid precautions in place). The skills and knowledge of each learner are continuously assessed by practical observation and learner questioning throughout the course by the Assessor.
- This course is accredited by ITCFirst
Early Years settings are legally required to have on-site at all times at least one person with a valid full 12-hour paediatric first aid certificate, the person needs to be available on-site and when the setting accompanies children on trips.
Learners aged 14-15 years
Can undertake the Paediatric First Aid course however they will be given an attendance certificate instead of gaining the accredited qualification.
CPR Facemasks We give you one when you are doing your practical training, but we know they are very popular. You can buy them during your classroom day too!
First Aid refresher pocket-sized book: This easy-to-use guide to the life-saving skills you will learn is available to purchase in advance, or on your Classroom Day. Whilst it is not a mandatory requirement – it is really useful! click here