Emergency First Aid for Schools

Emergency First Aid for Schools

on Tuesday, 08 September 2015. Posted in Emergency First Aid

Parents are increasingly concerned about the first aid care available in schools. This one day course will give staff the first aid skill they need to treat children and young people.

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Who is it for?

Designed especially for teachers and support staff, this course will give your colleagues a solid grounding in first aid, but with a particular focus on treating children and young people. Whether you work in a primary school, high school or college, it can be tailored to suit the age group of students in your care.

Course features

  • Engaging teaching including demonstrations, discussions and role plays
  • Professional trainers available across UK.
  • Certificate for every learner
  • First aid manual included

Topics covered

Your staff will learn all the basics they need to perform first aid at school- from incident management to treating casualties, and dealing with choking, seizures and common minor injuries. Download the course PDF to see the full outline. 

Key facts

Course Duration
1 day (6 hours)

Maximum number of learners

Quality training

 imperative training is the largest independent provider of first aid training in the UK, and we're happy to provide in-house training wherever you are. Find out about the full range of courses we offer, or use the box below to discuss your school's needs with our friendly team. 

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