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Early Years First Aid Certificate All child-care workers need an up to date understanding of paediatric first aid as the legislation and techniques differ from adult first aid. This two day course is required by the Early Years Foundation Stage with a minimum of two staff trained in any one setting (all other staff are to be trained to the level achieved on the one day course). From 1 September 2008, the Early Years Foundation Stage is the statutory framework and curriculum in England for private, voluntary and independent settings that care for babies and young children under the age of five. Every adult working there must know both the first aid and emergency procedures for that setting this also includes a childminder working in their own home. Course Content: Principles of Early Years First Aid and summoning help. Assessment and treatment of an unconscious casualty including the recovery position. Rescue Breathing and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for infants, children and adults. Assessment and treatment of conscious casualties including: bleeding, burns broken bones and shock. Recognition and treatment of childhood conditions including: chicken pox, conjunctivitis, croup, eczema, head lice & nits, measles, meningitis, mumps, ringworm, rubella, scabies, sickle cell, thrush, whooping cough and worms. First aid treatment for: Allergies, asthma, bites & stings, muscle & joint injuries, choking, diabetes, ear injuries, eye injuries, head injuries, nose injuries, poisoning, and seizures. First aid equipment, record keeping and guidelines for invasive procedures. Number of Delegates - Maximum 12 Cost - On Application Certification - Valid for three years.

Early Years First Aid Certificate All child-care workers need an up to date understanding of paediatric first aid as the legislation and techniques differ from adult first aid. This two day course is required by the Early Years Foundation Stage with a minimum of two staff trained in any one setting (all other staff are to be trained to the level achieved on the one day course). From 1 September...

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