Safe and Sound provides approved open and on-site First Aid At Work and Paediatric First Aid + Fire, Food and Health & Safety Training.
Our courses are led by highly qualified trainers who are experts in their chosen field including paramedics, nurses, fire fighters and health and safety inspectors.
18 training courses found
The course is taught by qualified medical and emergency services personnel and meets the criteria set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. It is designed for professional child carers including pre-school and nursery teachers and childminders.
This course is suitable for parents, nannies and au pairs. An optional eLearning module is available for those wishing to be on the Ofsted register.
This course is suitable for a broad range of health professionals including GP Practices, physiotherapists and chiropodists who are required to undertake regular CPR training. In line with the latest Resuscitation Council UK protocols (October 2015) all our CPR courses include AED training at no extra cost.
This 1 day approved first aid course is for people who are required to act as an Emergency First Aider at Work. Participants will learn the skills required to manage an emergency situation effectively with the aim of preventing situations from becoming worse and maintaining life until help arrives.
This course is recommended for anyone who has contact with adults or children within a fitness training environment where there may be a need to administer first aid. In line with the latest Resuscitation Council UK protocols (October 2015) all our CPR courses include AED training at no extra cost.
This course provides dentists and the entire dental team with the skills, knowledge and confidence to effectively manage life threatening and common medical emergencies in the practice. In line with Resuscitation Council (UK) and CQC Guidelines, resuscitation training should be repeated at least annually.
To comply with Resuscitation Council (UK) and CQC guidelines, all primary care organisations must ensure that both clinical and non clinical staff can undertake cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In line with the latest protocols (October 2015) all our CPR courses include (AED) defibrillator training at no extra cost.
. Healthcare Professionals working with adults are required to complete training in the Safeguarding of Adults at Risk (Vulnerable Adults), often referred to as POVA.
In addition to basic lifesaving skills, this course focuses on particular first aid situations carers may need to respond to when caring for the elderly Course content: Responding appropriately to a first aid emergency; Management of the unconscious casualty Basic Life Support Choking and asphyxia; Recognising angina and heart attacks Wounds and bleeds Shock Understanding how ageing impacts on pain symptoms, temperature, breathing, bones, skin Understanding the impact of medication, dehydration and confusion on incident assessment Burns and Scalds Recognising the symptoms of urinary tract infections, diabetic hypo and stroke Reporting and recording accident details First Aid Kit contents Duration: 1 Day Assessment: Assessment is ongoing throughout the course by the trainer.
This qualification is required to apply for a Personal Licence to sell alcohol and advance your career prospects within the licensed retail sector in England and Wales Licensing law in England and Wales states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence. Those who wish to obtain a personal licence need to apply to their local authority.
This provides an overview of policy and practice. It is aimed at all those working with children or coming into contact with children.
This course is suitable for anyone working with food. In order to make food safety learning more relevant to specific business environments, the following Level 2 awards are available: Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Manufacturing Level 2 Award in Food Safety for Retail All learners receive a comprehensive Food Safety manual.
The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 require employers to ensure that all employees are trained and competent in manual handling. Back injury is a major cause of employee absenteeism and manual handling accidents account for more than a third of all accidents reported each year to the enforcing authorities.
This comprehensive 3 day course is for people intending to act as a First Aider at Work. It is designed to give the First Aider the skills necessary to give effective life support, diagnose and treat injuries or illness, and maintain care and comfort of the casualty.
This practical, interactive course will give parents and child carers the knowledge, skills and confidence to take action in a first aid emergency involving a baby or child. All learners receive a comprehensive paediatric first aid manual.
All learners receive a comprehensive Health and Safety manual.
This course will equip teachers and support staff with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage an emergency first aid situation be it in the classroom, playground, lunch hall or on a school trip until a qualified first aider or professional help arrives. Course content: managing a first aid incident the importance of record keeping basic life support management of an unconscious casualty wounds and bleeds including nose bleeds choking and asphyxia anaphylaxis head injuries asthma seizures Duration: 4 Hours Location: On-site Completion Certificate On completion of the course participants will receive a Safe and Sound certificate of attendance valid for three years.
Ensuring that all your staff have basic fire prevention and safety awareness training is the single most cost effective measure an organisation can take to reduce the risk of fire related accidents. All learners receive a comprehensive Fire Safety manual.