Paediatric First Aid Training
QNUK Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF)
Working with babies or children? Learn how to correctly manage a choking baby or a child, recognise symptoms for major childhood illnesses, and become proficient in administering effective first aid on paediatric casualties. Just a taster of the topics covered on this accredited qualification. Designed for learners on the OFSTED compulsory register, working in early years setting in Nurseries and Montessori schools.
Unit 1 – Emergency Paediatric First Aid
– Roles and responsibilities of a paediatric first aider
– Assess an emergency incident
– Manage an unresponsive baby or child breathing/not breathing
– Recovery position and CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)
– Wounds and bleeds
– Managing shock
– Bites and Stings
Unit 2 – Managing paediatric injuries, Illness and emergencies
- Injuries to bones, muscles and joints
– Suspected head, spinal and chest injuries
– Conditions affecting the eyes, ears and nose
– Burns, scalds and eye injuries
– Chronic medical condition – Sickle Cell, Diabetes, Asthma, Meningitis, Febrile convulsions
– Extremes of heat and cold
– Electric shock, Burn and scald injuries
– Management of Anaphylaxis
– Minor injuries, small cuts, grazes, bruises, splinters, nose bleed
The assessment methods for this qualification are:-
The practical assessment of the learners is conducted throughout the course. On-going assessment will involve learners demonstrating practical first aid skills across a number of areas.
Multiple-choice question paper
Each candidate is assessed by completing a multiple-choice question paper. Pass mark 70%.
- Expert instructions
- Comprehensive manual
- Qualification fees
- Necessary equipment
- Three-year certification
- Reminder service
- Speedy response to your questions or queries
1. At what point should an ambulance be called for a casualty who is having a seizure?
A. Immediately in call cases
B. If the seizure lasts longer than normal
C. Only if the casualty has never had a seizure before
D. Only if the casualty is a child
2. Which ONE of the following is a treatment for a casualty suffering from shock?
A. Allow a drink of warm sweet tea
B. Allow sips of a suitable sports drink
C. Give nothing to eat or drink
D. Provide small amounts of water
In-house Training Nationwide
If you’re looking for in-house group training for your team, why not let us come to you? With a comprehensive network of experienced instructors available nationwide, we can deliver regulated training courses at your premises on a date and time that prioritises your operational requirements whilst minimising inconvenience.
What are the benefits of in-house training?
- Significantly reduce your training cost
- Cost effective compared to open public courses
- Promote a safety culture where your team are confident in dealing with first aid emergencies
- Control your own learning environment by hosting your training in-house
- Save time by getting your staff qualified together
- Encourages interaction and team bonding between your staff
- Train on a date and time that suits your business requirements
- Liaise and coordinate your training needs with a single training provider thus saving you time