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The first aid training program for children and infants is designed to appeal to both individuals and professionals working with children.

It meets the standards set by the Council for the Teaching of Skills for Children (ofsted GB) and is one of the most complete educational programs at an international level. The AED for children is selectively taught.

Participants are prepared to be able to recognize a variety of situations whether or not they threaten the life of a child or infant.

Training focuses on Basic Life Support (CPR) and First Aid (treating common illnesses and injuries) equally for both age groups.

Target Audience:

To anyone interested who wishes to know validly all the techniques for dealing with an emergency involving a child or infant.
Suitable choice for nursery teachers, parents, teachers, childcare staff, academy coaches, health professionals.

Duration: 12 hours



  • Emergency plan

  • Lifeguard safety

  • Child care

  • Basic Life Support – Child

  • Basic Life Support – Infant

  • Recovery position

  • Airway obstruction – Child

  • Airway obstruction – Infant

  • Submersion injuries

  • Physical shock

  • Heavy bleeding

  • Internal bleeding

  • Asthma

  • Meningitis

  • Anaphylaxis shock

  • Seizures with convulsions

  • Fever attacks

  • Diabetes

  • Sickle cell anemia

  • Whooping cough

  • Burns

  • Electrical burns

  • Bone injuries

  • Head injuries

  • Bites & stings

  • Eye injuries

  • Accident report

  • Other forms

  • First aid box

  • Activation of Health Services


Examination of trainees:

  • Multiple choice essay

  • Practical application


Program benefits:

  • Educational kit

  • First aid manuals

  • Protective Breathing Diaphragm

  • Revival Keychain

  • Pen

  • Notebook

  • Basic First Aid Steps Summary Tab

  • Badge sticker

  • Certification Parable

  • Education certificate


Entry requirements: There are no entry requirements.


Certificate validity: 2 years

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