QA Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF)

"Great course, very detailed clear and excellent resources. Feel prepared to deal with first aid situations with confidence now. Thank you!"

Upcoming dates for this Emergency Paediatric First Aid course

The next dates for our fully accredited QA Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RQF) courses are Wed 29 November 2017 and Mon 28 January 2018.

Book your Emergency Paediatric First Aid course here

The benefits of this one day Emergency Paediatric First Aid course:

  • Would you know what to do if you saw a child in need of First Aid?
  • Children are prone to minor injuries, but suffer from serious injuries also.
  • In 2014, 2,269 children in the UK were so badly bitten by an animal they had to be admitted to hospital.
  • More than 2 million children have accidents in the home for which they're taken to A&E - every year, with Under 5s accounting for 7% of all hospital emergency treatments.
  • Being able to deal with peadiatric emergencies can make the difference between the life and death of children, and save them a lot of suffering.

NEW Course Regulations

As of January 1st, 2017, the Paediatric and Emergency Paediatric First Aid courses will fall under the Regulations Qualifications Framework (RQF).

There will be a consistent syllabuses for these courses, as created by the Department for Education (DfE), in collaboration with Awarding Organisations and other experts.

This means that all those seeking training for Paediatric and Emergency Paediatric First Aid courses by properly accredited training providers, will all cover the same information and skills needed to keep children safe and know what to do in case of an emergency.

In this Emergency Paediatric First Aid course we will cover:

  • The Roles and Responsibilities of an Emergency Paediatric First Aider
  • Assessing an Emergency Situation
  • Accident Recording
  • Minor Injuries
  • Cuts, Grazes and Bruises
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Dealing with an Unresponsive Infant or Child
  • Recovery Position
  • CPR
  • Choking
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Seizures
  • Wounds and Bleeding
  • Shock

Accredited, Ofqual regulated qualification

Our Emergency Paediatric First Aid training course is a nationally recognised, Ofqual regulated qualification accredited by Qualsafe Awards. This means that you can be rest assured that your Emergency Paediatric First Aid certificate fulfills the legal requirements and is a very good way to make sure your employees are trained in Emergency Paediatric First Aid.

For Emergency Paediatric First Aid in Chesterfield and surroundings (and further afield).

We do most of our public Emergency Paediatric First Aid training in Chesterfield.

We're happy to come to your own venue ad train your staff in-house. The following list of possible locations is not exhaustive, we have even traveled as far as Cumbria and Cornwall to run training courses!

Chesterfield, Eckington, Coal Aston, Killamarsh, Barlborough, Bolsover, Clowne, Glapwell, Pleasley, Teversal, Tibshelf, Holmewood, Clay Cross, Ashover, Wingerworth, Ambergate, Belper, Milford, Duffield, Little Eaton, Long Eaton, Quarndon, Derby, Mackworth, Radbourne, Brailsford, Turnditch, Idridgehay, Shottle, Wirksworth, Carsington, Cromford, Matlock, Tansley, Rowsley, Beeley, Edensor, Bakewell, Baslow, Eyam, Little Longston, Eyam, Grindleford, Nether Padley, Owler Bar, Holmesfield, Dronfield, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Bamford, Hope, Castleton, Cresswell, South Normanton, Alfreton, Langley Mill in Derbyshire, Eastmidlands.
Sheffield, Mosborough, Beighton, Crosspool, Catcliffe, Treeton, Tinsley, Brinsworth, Swallow Nest, Kiveton Park, Rotherham, Thurcroft, Wickersley, Braithwell, Tickhill, Rossington, Maltby, Doncaster in South Yorkshire, Yorkshire.
Harworth, Langold, Oldcotes, Blyth, Carlton in Lindrick, Worksop, Shireoaks, Osberton, Carburton, Upper Morton, Church Warsop, Warsop, Mansfield Woodhouse, Mansfield, Pleasley, Sutton in Ashfield, Kirkby in Ashfield, Hucknall, Trowell, Beston, Stapleford, Clifton, West Bridgford, Nottingham in Nottinghamshire