Qualsafe Combined Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid
What’s It About?
This slightly extended one-day emergency first aid at work course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to provide both emergency adult first aid at work and paediatric first aid.
The course allows employees to dual qualify in just one day rather than having to attend two separate one-day courses, therefore saving both time and money.
Furthermore, it will enable you to act as your appointed person and to take charge of the first-aid arrangements. The course also includes looking after your first aid equipment and facilities and calling the emergency services when required.
What Will You Gain?
By attending this specifically designed course, you will meets the requirements of the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 for workplace first aiders as well as the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework for paediatric first aid.
By completing this combined course you will save both time and money on your training costs.
On returning to the workplace, you will have the confidence to react quickly in response to an incident. Quickly administering the right level of first aid can often be the difference between life and death.
Who Should Attend?
This course is perfect for those employees who have a specific responsibility at work to maintain adequate first aid provision for both adults and paediatrics in their care, such as schools, nurseries, sports clubs, or other childcare settings.
Please note that the Early Years Framework states that anyone left in sole charge of a child or children requires the two-day Paediatric First Aid qualification.
To establish the first aid requirement within your business you must carry out a first aid needs analysis. Complete our First Aid requirements Calculator.
If your first aid needs analysis tells you that you need some people trained in first aid at work, they will need to attend our three-day QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work Course.
Why’s It Important?
Having designated first aiders in the workplace is a legal requirement. The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 state that employers should provide adequate and appropriate equipment and enough trained first aiders to help injured or ill staff.
Although accidents are preventable, they can still occur. It is essential to be prepared. Training your staff in first-aid will ensure that if an emergency does arise, it is dealt with promptly and effectively.
However, if you fail to provide emergency first aiders in the workplace, then you are putting everyone involved in your business at risk.
How would you feel if you had to tell someone’s family that their loved one died because no one in your business knew what to do?
Course Delivery Options and Prices
We aim to help you make your training budget go further, and we offer a range of cost-effective training options, for example: