Emergency First Aid for School Teachers
What topics are covered by the course?
CPR, Unconsciousness, Legislation, Wounds, Burns
Who should attend?
Staff who work in schools
What will I be able to do on completion?
Become an Emergency First Aid at Work holder in the School
How will I be assessed?
Ongoing student observation
This Schools First Aid course for Teachers includes the Emergency First Aid at Work (statutory) course, which complies with the current Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. Successful students receive certificates to show that they are qualified to be First Aiders in the workplace for the next three years.
Who should attend
Nominated emergency first aiders, or anyone wanting a comprehensive one day first aid.
Those teaching over five year olds.
Student Teachers and NQTs wishing to enhance their CV.
Health and safety (first aid) regulations
Managing an incident
The priorities of first aid
Treatment of an unconscious casualty
Resuscitation (Adult & Child)
Bleeding (including grazes, nose-bleeds and small wounds)
Common school injuries (including a Question & Answer session)
Continuous assessment by the Training staff
A Haven Ambulance Service HSE approved certificate which is valid for three years.
Haven Ambulance Service are twice winners of the National Training Awards, which means you can be assured we are heavily regulated by Haven Ambulance Service to provide the highest quality of course possible.
This Training Course is taught in classrooms in the following locations:
Guide Price: 55.00
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