1 and 2 Day Paediatric Course Content

  • Course Type

    Paediatric First Aid (1 day)
    Paediatric First Aid (2 day)
    Emergency First Aid at Work (1 day)
    First Aid at Work (3 day)
  • Min Cost (4 Candidates)

    £250.00
    £400.00
    £240.00
    £450.00
  • Cost Per Additional Candidate

    £20
    £20
    £15
    £25
  • 6 Candidates

    £290.00
    £440.00
    £270.00
    £500.00
  • 12 Candidates

    £410.00
    £560.00
    £360.00
    £650.00

One Day Emergency Paediatric

Two Day Paediatric

Day 1
 Assessing for safety
 How to alert a suspected unconscious child (or adult)
 Opening the airway of a child
 Primary injury survey

Accident Procedure
 Assess for safety
 Check casualty for alertness (particular attention to infants)
 Gaining assistance
 Opening an airway (particular attention to infants)
 Primary injury survey (particular attention to children)
 Primary injury survey (particular attention to infants)
Teacher Peer Assessment Session
 Practice of skills with peer to peer scoring system

Medical Conditions

Identification and treatment of:
 Epilepsy
 Anaphylaxis
 Allergies
 Asthma
 Diabetes
 Febrile Convulsions (fever related seizures)
 Meningitis
 Sickle Cell (blood disorder)

CPR
 Complete CPR practice for:
 Adult
 Child
 Infant

Choking
 Treatment of choking for:
 Adult
 Child
 Infant

Roles and Responsibilities of First Aiders
 First Aid Equipment (what to have and usage)
 Action planning
 Legal responsibilities
 Recording and reporting

Bleeding
 Treatment of bleeding

Shock
 Recognising symptoms
 Understanding of Shock
 Treatment of shock

Day 1
 Assessing for safety
 How to alert a suspected unconscious child (or adult)
 Opening the airway of a child
 Primary injury survey

Accident Procedure
 Assess for safety
 Check casualty for alertness (particular attention to infants)
 Gaining assistance
 Opening an airway (particular attention to infants)
 Primary injury survey (particular attention to children)
 Primary injury survey (particular attention to infants)
Teacher Peer Assessment Session
 Practice of skills with peer to peer scoring system

Medical Conditions

Identification and treatment of:
 Epilepsy
 Anaphylaxis
 Allergies
 Asthma
 Diabetes
 Febrile Convulsions (fever related seizures)
 Meningitis
 Sickle Cell (blood disorder)

CPR
 Complete CPR practice for:
 Adult
 Child
 Infant

Choking
 Treatment of choking for:
 Adult
 Child
 Infant

Day 2

Roles and Responsibilities of First Aiders
 First Aid Equipment (what to have and usage)
 Action planning
 Legal responsibilities
 Recording and reporting

Bleeding
 Treatment of bleeding

Shock
 Recognising symptoms
 Understanding of Shock
 Treatment of shock

Head Injury
 Recognising symptoms
 Understanding the dangers of head injuries
 Treatment

Spinal Injury
 Theory
 Assisted roll with suspected spinal injury

Eyes, Ears Nose
 Types of injury
 Causes
 Treatments

Bites, Stings and Poisoning
 Common bites and stings
 Common types of poisoning
 COSHH responsibilities
 Treatments

Limb Injury
 Recognising sprains
 Recognising Breaks
 Differences between adult and child breaks
 Limb immobilisation
 Treatment for sprains

Burns and Scalds
 Treatments
 Dos and Don’ts
 Electrocution Treatment

Environmental Injuries
 Cold injuries (such as hypothermia)
 Heat injuries (such as heat stroke)
 Avoidance
 Treatment
 Child specific differences

Minor / Common Injuries
 A range of minor injuries. For example: Nose bleeds

Practical Scenarios
 With role play practicing all of the techniques learned on the course