(2 Day Course)
Would you like to learn Paediatric First Aid?
This course is designed for parents, teachers, childminders, babysitters and childcare workers to provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and understanding required to deal effectively with a variety of childhood emergencies.
Did you know that most accidents involving children occur in the home or care setting? This course will give you the confidence to deal competently with any accidents which may arise.
- First aid principles and equipment
- Child assessment
- Wounds and bleeding
- Child & infant CPR & defibrillation
- Rescue breathing
- Choking infant and child
- Burns & scalds, poisons & electrical shock
- Fractures and sprains
- Temperature management
- Other paediatric medical emergencies including; Convulsions, Asthma, Croup, Meningitis, Diabetes & Epilepsy
€120 (Payment options and group rates available)
Price includes: Tuition, Course Training Manual & assessment.
Successful candidates will receive a Certificate in Paediatric Firs Aid.
Contact 057 8621216 for more details.
Course information to follow shortly.
Maltings Training will do everything in its power to ensure that applicants are fully aware of the content and detail of all programmes of study before application for same. This will be achieved through the use of our website www.maltingstraining.ie, through information packs, telephone assistance, and where relevant information evenings. Candidates with particular learning requirements will be accommodated sensitively. Those who consider the require special assistance or have a previously identified learning difficulty are obliged to notify this in writing to Maltings Training on application for a course place.
Once candidates commence on a programme of study, refunds will not be made if for any reason the applicant then decides not to continue with the programme.
Booking deposits paid to reserve course places are non refundable.
Course fees paid in advance of course start date, over and above the booking deposit will be refunded to the applicant if the applicant cannot pursue the programme due to work / family / health reasons, these must be submitted in documented format.
Once applicants commence a programme of study all fees due by that date will not be refunded.