This course will provide your staff, with the knowledge and practical skills to deal with common illnesses and injuries in schools.
Who should attend this course?
Teachers and school ancillary staff.
- The role of the first aider
- Primary survey
- Communication and casualty care
- Head injuries
- Bone, muscle and joint injuries
- Resuscitation (CPR)*
- Unresponsive casualty*
- Severe allergic reaction
- Bleeding (minor and severe)
- Giving medication at school including auto-injectors
*Subjects cover adult and child.
Practical assessment is carried out throughout the day by a qualified Trainer Assessor. Therefore learners will need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2).
On completion, successful candidates will receive a certificate
Why train with us?
All of our trainers hold professional teaching and assessor qualifications, which enables them to deliver high quality training.
Their knowledge, experience and teaching skills enable them to target all of your employees training needs, by using a wide range of teaching methods, resources and learning aids.
Our Internal Quality Assurance team regularly carryout training and assessment audits during training sessions, to ensure the training we provide not only follows current guidance but is delivered in a professional and consistent manner.
On successful completion of a course a certificate will be issued which should qualify students for Continuous Professional Development.