This course meets all requirements of Outdoor and Forest School teaching providers and meets the statutory requirements under Ofsted and EYFS for Paediatric First Aid.
The course is appropriate for those working off-site on Forest School programs with adult helpers. To meet the Paediatric First Aid and Forest School requirements, Adult, Child and infant first aid will be included. The course is 16 hours and is in line with the requirements of other outdoor national governing bodies and the qualification is valid for 3 years.
This course will help prepare practitioners to deal with First Aid incidents in the outdoors and remote area settings. The course covers the role and responsibilities of the outdoor paediatric first-aider including:
First aid kits and contents. Providing first aid to an adult, infant or a child who is unresponsive and breathing normally or not breathing normally. Providing first aid to an adult, infant or a child who has a major bleed or burn, who has a foreign body airway obstruction, with head and spinal injuries, who has sustained an electric shock and how to complete records relating to illnesses, injuries and emergencies. The treatment of various childhood and adult illnesses and diseases. The safe use of a defibrillator. Improvising First aid and casualty evacuation.
This course delivers a true outdoor training experience. The course is fully interactive with minimal use of presentation aids and is delivered completely outdoors in your Forest environment (Extreme wet weather program can be introduced).
Each day runs from 9am until 6pm and costs £140 per person.
To book your space: phone 01284 830829 email firstname.lastname@example.org