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Hsis Early Years - First Aid Training for Childminders

Outline

Being Safe – best practice including prevention of cross-infection
Vital Signs – temperature, colour, pulse, breathing, level of consciousness
Incident Handling – a systematic approach to problem solving & decision making
Unconsciousness – managing the unconscious casualty to ensure a safe airway, including Seizures
CPR & Choking – dealing with the non-breathing casualty, including drowning
Wounds & Bleeding – dealing with external & internal bleeding and shock
Minor Injuries – small cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters
Major Injuries – injuries to various bones including suspected head injuries, spinal injuries and chest injuries
Eye, Ears & Nose – how to manage an infant with foreign bodies in their eyes, ears or nose, including how to irrigate an eye
Common Medical Issues – including asthma, diabetes, and sickle cell anaemia
Sudden Illness – how to recognise and manage, including meningitis and febrile convulsions
Extreme Heat & Cold – how to recognise and treat the effects
Burns & Scalds – how to recognise and treat based on severity, including electric shock incidents
Bites, Stings & Poisons – including dealing with anaphylactic shock
Record Keeping – recording incidents and actions
First Aid Regulations – some awareness including First Aid kits

Description

This 12 hour face-to-face course held over 2 days is delivered by Swift First Aid Training. The course is accredited by reputable awarding bodies.

Programme

Day 1: 13/10/2018 | 09:00 - 15:30

Title: Hsis Early Years - First Aid Training for Childminders (Day 1)
Venue: CEME (234+235)
Trainer: Celia Freeth, Inspector, Standards & Effectiveness (Early Years)

Day 2: 20/10/2018 | 09:00 - 15:30

Title: Hsis Early Years - First Aid Training for Childminders (Day 2)
Venue: CEME (234+235)
Trainer: Celia Freeth, Inspector, Standards & Effectiveness (Early Years)

Outcomes

This course is in line with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and meets the needs of Ofsted. It will provide learners with the skills and confidence to deal with life-threatening situations, they will also receive knowledge in how to deal with illnesses and injuries which can occur with children, including bleeding, asthma, burns, choking, fractures, soft tissue injuries, head injuries and more.

Audience

Childminders

13 Oct 2018 09:00 - 15:30

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Day 1: 13 Oct 2018 09:00 - 15:30
Hsis Early Years - First Aid Training for Childminders (Day 1)
CEME (234+235)
Trainer: Celia Freeth
Day 2: 20 Oct 2018 09:00 - 15:30
Hsis Early Years - First Aid Training for Childminders (Day 2)
CEME (234+235)
Trainer: Celia Freeth