Paediatric First Aid Course in Birmingham - 1 day & 2 day courses

Welcome to TECC's Paedatric First Aid 

 
 

Paediatric First Aid Course (1 day)


TECC's offers a Paediatric First Aid (1 day) course at our Centre in Birmingham, which is suitable for those wishing to join the Voluntary section of the Ofsted Childcare Register (OCR). This course is also suitable for babysitters, parents, au pairs and anyone who is in the position of caring for children and requires a basic course.

The OCR required syllabus covers:

  • First Aid Priorities
  • Dealing with an Emergency
  • Choking - Child and Baby
  • Resuscitation (CPR) - Child and Baby
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Bleeding and Shock
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Eye and Ear Injuries
  • Fractures
  • Childhood illnesses, including; Meningitis and Febrile Convulsions

Certification is dependent on a continuous practical assessment and completion of a theory based questionnaire. Those candidates who complete the course and are deemed proficient to have reached the required standards are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years*.

*Under the current guidelines it is 'strongly recommended' that first aid trained staff attend a half-day update every 12 months - before completing full re-qualification training
at the 3 year point
.



Paediatric First Aid Course (2 day)

TECC offers a Paediatric First Aid (2 day) course, which is in line with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Local Authority Approved and is in accordance with the needs required by Ofsted. The two-day course is suitable for nursery and school staff within the Foundation Stage, child-minders and anybody who is in the position of caring for children and requires a more in-depth course.

The required EYFS syllabus includes:

  • First Aid Priorities
  • Managing Incidents
  • Basic Life Support - Adult, Child and Baby
  • Choking
  • Casualty Examination
  • Unconsciousness
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Fractures
  • Control of Bleeding and Shock
  • Asthma
  • Eye and Ear Injuries
  • Burns and Scalds
  • First Aid Kits
  • Childhood Illnesses, including; Meningitis and Febrile Convulsions
  • Regulations
  • Recording and Reporting


Certification is dependent on a continuous practical assessment and completion of a multiple choice, theory based questionnaire. Those candidates who complete the course and are deemed proficient to have reached the required standards are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years*.


*
Under the current guidelines it is 'strongly recommended' that first aid trained staff attend a half-day update every 12 months - before completing full re-qualification training
at the 3 year point.