This Twelve Hour Paediatric First Aid course was designed in conjunction with the National Childminders Association and Preschool Learning Alliance specifically for those working with young children. It is the twelve hour paediatric first aid course as detailed in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
It is a requirement of the Health & Safety law that employers should provide a safe and healthy environment for their employees. If the assessment of First Aid needs highlights the need for qualified Emergency First Aider's, then this one-day course will provide you with suitably trained personnel in accordance with the current Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
The Emergency First Aid at Work (statutory) course complies with the current Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Successful students receive certificates to show that they are qualified to be First Aiders in the workplace for the next three years.
This course has been adapted to suit the particular needs presented by the school environment, and conforms to the standards required by law and is Local Authority Approved. The course is run over one day and includes both theory and practical sessions, in a relaxed atmosphere for all school staff.
This Schools First Aid course for Teachers includes the Emergency First Aid at Work (statutory) course, which complies with the current Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Successful students receive certificates to show that they are qualified to be First Aiders in the workplace for the next three years.
Course objective Successful students completing this three-day initial first aid at work course will have met the requirements of the Statutory Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and will awarded the highest level of workplace first aid qualification in the UK. The course syllabus includes: The role of the first aider Recording incidents Assessment of the situation Cross infection Administration of first aid to an unresponsive casualty Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)** Choking Wounds and bleeding Shock Minor injuries Injuries to bones, muscles and joints Chest injuries Burns and scalds Eye Injuries Poisoning Anaphylactic shock Major illness **Additionally If your organisation holds an Automated External Defibrillator on-site & require AED operator training we can deliver this within the training for an additional fee of £10 per student.
This Yoga Teacher Emergency First Aid course includes the Emergency First Aid at Work (statutory) course, which complies with the current Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Successful students receive certificates to show that they are qualified to be First Aiders in the workplace for the next three years.
This course is designed for employees who have a responsibility for fire safety in the workplace. The aim of the course is for Fire Wardens to have greater understanding of the fire risks in the workplace and be able to carry out company procedures.
First Aid protocols are different for babies and children under eight. This course is ideal for parents, grandparents and guardians.
This three day First Aid at Work course is taught to the Health & Safety Executive Approved Code of Practise L74 and GEIS3. Students will learn: Accident & Illness Management Using a first aid kit Simple record keeping Treatment of an unconscious person, heart conditions, those who are not breathing, shock, bleeding, burns, poisoning, bone injurries, seizures, asthma, allergies, eye injurries and many more conditions.
The course is designed for employees who will be moving objects in the workplace. All employers in the United Kingdom have a legal obligation to make the workplace as safe as possible under the Health & Safety at Work etc.
This qualification is aimed at those who require a better understanding of health and safety within the workplace. The emphasis is on making the employee safe for him/herself, safe for others and capable of identifying potential hazards.
Designed to reduce the chance of childcare professionals suffering avoidable back injuries, this course aims to educate attendees about the importance of site specific risk assessment. All attendees will leave with an understanding of the safety measures and legalities involved with manual handling in a childcare setting.
PASMA training is the most widely recognised form of Prefabricated Mobile Access Tower Training in the UK and provides successful delegates with a competency certificate and an encapsulated photo-ID card verifying that they have passed the written and practical tests to PASMA 's strictly enforced standards. Course Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
BOHS P402 Asbestos Surveying Course Objectives: This proficiency BOHS course is designed to provide background information and practical experience in the surveying of buildings for asbestos and undertaking any bulk sampling that may be required. It also provides general guidance on the management procedures necessary to minimise exposure to any asbestos identified by a survey.
The Organisational Development (OD) & Work Psychology is a unique programme that provides a theoretical background, guidelines on best practice, and skills development in organisational development processes, all from a psychological perspective. The programme is taught by a qualified organisational psychologist.
Level 3 Paediatric First Aid (QCF) Who is the Paediatric First Aid Course for Child Carers for? This course has been designed to meet the first aid training needs of child minders, child carers and people with responsibilities for young children. It meets the needs of Sure Start and Early Years and is appropriate for members of NCMA and PLA as well as anyone who is caring for children.
This 3-day first aid course covers both practical and theory training. All trainers are suitably qualified and will provide at the highest level of training.
The First Aid at Work (requalification) course requalifies and updates those who need to requalify their statutory certificate. The course is for those with an existing certificate which will still be in date on the last day of the requalification course.