Paediatric First Aid Courses for Parents & Carers

 

Paediatric Lifesaver Course

(2hrs)

 

This course is suitable for expectant parents, new parents, grand parents, Nannies, babysitters and carers.

 

​This is the first and most important course in first aid as it focuses on BASIC LIFE SUPPORT. You will be taught the emergency life saving techniques you’ll need to deal with a baby or child who is not breathing or unconscious. 

 

Learners will have ample opportunities to practice CPR on  baby and infant-sized mannequins and are encouraged to  engage in group work activities. Handouts, refreshments and a certificate lasting 3 years will be provided on the day.

 

Course covers:

 

  • Respiration

  • Asphyxia

  • Drowning

  • Planning for Emergencies

  • CPR

  • Unconscious Casualty

  • Recovery Position

 
Individual (Scheduled Course)- £50.00pp
 
 
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Essential Infant First Aid Course (1.5hrs)

 

 

This course is suitable for expectant parents, new parents, grand parents, Nannies, babysitters and carers.

 

This course should be taken in conjunction with the Paediatric Lifesaver Course or another equivalent course that focused on Basic Life Support.  This course focuses on essential infant first aid emergencies, childhood illness/disorders,

broken bones, anaphylaxis, choking, convulsions, head injury and such like.

 

 

Individual (Scheduled Course) - £40.00pp

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Paediatric First Aid Combined Course (3hrs)

 

This course combines the Paediatric Lifesaver/Essential Infant First Aid Courses and is suitable for expectant parents, new parents, grand parents, Nannies, babysitters and carers.

 

Scheduled Courses are held in London on weekdays, evenings and weekends

Individual (Scheduled Course) - £80.00pp

 

Private Group (3-6 people) £290.00

 

Private Group (7+ people) £490.00

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