First Aid

Course Progress

Course Features

  • Help a baby or child who has burns or scalds
  • Help a baby or child who has a suspected fracture
  • Help a baby or child who is suspected of being poisoned
  • Help a baby or child with an eye injury & foreign body in eyes, ears or nose
  • Help a baby or child with a bite or sting
  • Help a baby or child who is suffering from the effects of extreme heat or cold
  • Help a baby or child having meningitis/sickle cell anaemia and/or febrile convulsions
  • Understand the role and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider (including appropriate contents of a first aid box and the need for recording accidents and incidents)

Reviews

  • It would be very beneficial to show you the correct answers after the test is completed to see which one was wrong and better our learning.
    Kirsty Cook
    2
  • I thought the vidoes, descriptions and pictorals were very good and at a good pace. Thank you! Only gripe I have is with the test. I got 93% so got one wrong, but was not told which question I got wrong and more importantly what the correct answer is. So I have done the test but left wondering what information I have not gleaned from the training?
    Jon Washington
    4
  • Thank you for the course. It was very informative. One small observation is I would have liked to know which questions I got wrong. Also what the correct answers were. This would help me be a better first aider I think.
    Marylyn Ward
    4

FULL Paediatric First Aid (12 Hour Theory) - practical assessment also required for validity

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This eLearning programme is just part of the full Paediatric first aid 12 hour course, both parts (this theory element and a face to face classroom day) must be completed before full certification is issued. 

Ideally the whole training package should be completed within ten weeks – please contact us to arrange your face to face classroom assessment day.

This “blended learning “ approach is accepted by both Ofsted and the HSE.

Childcare providers should consider whether paediatric first aiders need to undertake annual refresher training, during any three year certification period to help maintain basic skills and keep up to date with any changes to procedures.

Course Breakdown

  • FULL Paediatric First Aid (12 Hour Theory) - practical assessment also required for validity - Content
  • Paediatric Theory part 1
  • Paediatric Theory Part 2
  • Paediatric Theory Part 3
  • Paediatric Theory Part 4
  • Paediatric Theory Part 5
  • Paediatric Theory Part 6
  • Paediatric Theory Part 7
  • Paediatric Theory Part 8
  • Paediatric Theory Part 9
  • Paediatric Theory Part 10
  • Paediatric Theory Part 11
  • Paediatric Theory Part 12
  • Paediatric Theory Part 13
  • Paediatric Theory Part 14
  • Paediatric Theory Part 15
  • Paediatric Theory Part 16
  • Paediatric Theory Part 17
  • Paediatric Theory Part 18
  • Paediatric Theory Part 19
  • Paediatric Theory Part 20
  • Paediatric Theory Part 21
  • Paediatric Theory Part 22
  • Paediatric Theory Part 23
  • Paediatric Theory Part 24
  • Paediatric Theory Part 25
  • Paediatric Theory Part 26
  • Paediatric Theory Part 27
  • Paediatric Theory Part 28
FULL Paediatric First Aid (12 Hour Theory) - practical assessment also required for validity - Examination

£ 21.50 Enrol on this course