The importance of First Aid for childcare
Whether you work in childcare or have your own children, you will understand how important first aid is for childcare.
After all, children can be prone to bumps and bruises, particularly when they are experimenting with physical activities, learning to walk and playing with new toys. Gaining a first aid course and knowledge of what to do in a first aid situation is essential when caring for children.
First aid courses for the childcare industry
The childcare industry involves numerous regulations and rules to make sure all children are protected. One of those rules is having qualified first aiders on-site who are ready to deal with an emergency situation.
At First Aid Course, we are highly-experienced at delivering paediatric first aid courses that will ensure you have the necessary training to deal with any emergency situation involving a child. An emergency situation may involve falling over outdoors, anaphylactic shock or a head injury.
Why choose First Aid Course for your paediatric first aid course?
First Aid Course provide professional, extensive first aid courses that give you the skills and knowledge you need to deal with emergency situations.
All of our first aid courses are delivered by friendly and approachable trainers that can tailor their teaching to suit each group of students on the course.
If you sign up for a paediatric first aid course, you can choose to complete the course as a group or corporate course, and gain your qualification with a group of colleagues.
Contact First Aid Course
If you are interested in a paediatric first aid course from First Aid Course, then please contact us online and we’ll be happy to help you gain the qualification you require in 2017. Alternatively, you can speak to a member of First Aid Course directly by calling 01772 910 930.
It doesn’t matter if you need the qualification for work, a leisure club or even when looking after you own children, we will provide you with excellent paediatric first aid skills at First Aid Course.