Paediatric First Aid

Paediatric First Aid on 19th & 20th May 2020

£145.00

QCF 603/0911/8. Level 3 award. Valid 3 years.
This 12 hour course is fully compliant with your legal ‘Duty of Care’ towards young people from birth to 16 years old when you have responsibility for them in the absence of their parent or legal guardian.

This course is fully compliant with Early Years requirements.

Target Audience : Teachers, child minders, and any person working with or taking responsibility for young people.

 

Presenters: Joanne Caffrey – Total Train
 Date: Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th May 2020
Time: 09:00-15:30
Venue: Phoenix Business Centre, Phoenix Road, Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 2UA
Cost: £145 per delegate

Please Note: We’ve had a request to extend the Paediatric First Aid days to include “Emergency First at Work” training. Joanne has agreed to extend the first training day until 4.30pm – the extra time covers adult conditions of heart attack, angina, stroke and the delegate can then get the ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ certification in addition to the full 12 hour Paediatric qualification. The additional cost for this will be £45 per person (this covers the trainers time and certificate, extended room hire and refreshments).  The total cost for both courses will be £190 per person. There is no obligation to attend the extra course, the Paediatric First Aid training will still run as originally planned.

Alternatively, people can opt to stay for day 1 only and just receive the ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ certification. The cost for this will be £100 per person. There is no obligation to attend the extra course, the 2 day Paediatric First Aid training will still run as originally planned.

To book on the Emergency First at Work optional extra, please click here

Places Available

Product Description

QCF 603/0911/8. Level 3 award. Valid 3 years.
This 12 hour course is fully compliant with your legal ‘Duty of Care’ towards young people from birth to 16 years old when you have responsibility for them in the absence of their parent or legal guardian.

This course is fully compliant with Early Years requirements.

Target Audience : Teachers, child minders, and any person working with or taking responsibility for young people.

 

Presenters: Joanne Caffrey – Total Train
 Date: Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th May 2020
Time: 09:00-15:30
Venue: Phoenix Business Centre, Phoenix Road, Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 2UA
Cost: £145 per delegate

Please Note: We’ve had a request to extend the Paediatric First Aid days to include “Emergency First at Work” training. Joanne has agreed to extend the first training day until 4.30pm – the extra time covers adult conditions of heart attack, angina, stroke and the delegate can then get the ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ certification in addition to the full 12 hour Paediatric qualification. The additional cost for this will be £45 per person (this covers the trainers time and certificate, extended room hire and refreshments).  The total cost for both courses will be £190 per person. There is no obligation to attend the extra course, the Paediatric First Aid training will still run as originally planned.

Alternatively, people can opt to stay for day 1 only and just receive the ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ certification. The cost for this will be £100 per person. There is no obligation to attend the extra course, the 2 day Paediatric First Aid training will still run as originally planned.

To book on the Emergency First at Work optional extra, please click here

Additional Information

Presenters:

Joanne Caffrey – Total Train

Date:

Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th May 2020 

Time:

09:00 – 15:30

Venue:

Phoenix Business Centre, Phoenix Road, Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 2UA

*** 19/03/20 UPDATE: Wild Words in the world; Outstanding teaching and learning in primary geography; Phonics into Spelling: How to create effective spellers in classrooms ALL POSTPONED ***   On balance, we feel it is the right and responsible thing to do because it will reduce the amount of social interaction which can only help to prevent the spread of Covid-19. By halting groups of visitors to schools we hope we are demonstrating a duty of care to school staff and pupils as well as the wider communities that they are all part of.