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Emergency Response CPR for Paediatrics

First Aid Select Training

Other Qualifications , Paediatrics

Course Description

Where an employer's assessment for First Aid needs identifies that a First Aider is not necessary, the minimum requirement for an employer is to appoint an individual to take charge of First Aid arrangements. This includes looking after the equipment and facilities and calling the Emergency Services when required. Arrangements should always be made for this Appointed Person to undertake these duties at all times when people are at work. In the absence of the First Aider, employers must appoint a person for this purpose. It should be remembered that Emergency Response Trained individuals are not First Aiders and should not attempt to give First Aid for which they have not been trained. * This Emergency Response course is aimed as a refresher course during your certification of 3 years but can also be used as a CPR Protocol ONLY taster session. Duration: A 3 hours course consisting of practical and theory work. Syllabus: Legalities, Responsibilities and reporting Dealing with an unconscious casualty Resuscitation - Babies & Children In addition to the above mentioned, an additional ? hour is available to cover any 2 specialist requirements which are appropriate to your organisation Certification: Although there is no formal assessment, the instructor will assess each individual ongoing throughout the course There is no certificate required or issued on this Emergency Response CPR course Numbers: A maximum of 20 delegates can be accommodated on this course, and each delegate must be aged 16 years and above. Location: We are able to deliver this course at your site, subject to a pre-course assessment of your premises, reducing your costs in respect of additional time out and travelling.

Where an employer's assessment for First Aid needs identifies that a First Aider is not necessary, the minimum requirement for an employer is to appoint an individual to take charge of First Aid arrangements. This includes looking after the equipment and facilities and calling the Emergency Services when required. Arrangements should always be made for this Appointed Person to undertake these...

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