The EYFS that comes into effect on the 1st September 2014 states:Providers can choose which organisation they wish to provide the training (preferably one with a nationally approved and accredited first aid qualification or one that is a member of a trade body with an approval and monitoring scheme).The training must cover the course content as designated for paediatric first aid training and be renewed every three years. Therefore from the 1st September 2014 the County Council approval will end. First Response Learning & Qualsafe Awards Ofqual Level 3 - 12 Hour Paediatric Course This course is for Child care personnel working with babies and children; schools; nurseries; childminders; crèches; parents; grandparents; carers; babysitters. No prior learning or experience required for this course.DeliveryExperienced professional tutors with an active professional interest in First Aid training who are constantly updating their skills and knowledge to keep abreast of current best practice. Timings are 12 hours training time plus an hour for breaks and can be adjusted to the clients needs over 2, 3 or 4 days. Scheduled courses are run over 2 days.Unit 1 – Emergency Paediatric First Aid0900–0915 Assembly and introductions0915–1015 Role and responsibilities of paediatric first aider:Role, responsibilities, definition of an infant and a child, infection control, consent, completing accident forms/reports, first aid and personal protection equipment1015–1045 Incident and casualty assessment: Scene survey, primary survey, calling for help/information needed1045–1100 Break1100–1245 CPR: An infant and a child who is unresponsive and not breathing normally PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT1245–1315 Lunch1315–1345 Unconscious casualty: An infant and a child who is breathing normally: Recovery position Management of a seizure PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT1345–1410 Choking casualty: Recognition and treatment PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT1410–1430 Anaphylaxis: Recognition and treatment of anaphylaxis1430–1445 Shock: Recognition and treatment of shock in an infant and a child1445–1455 Break1455–1550 External bleeding: Types and treatment of bleeding PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT Minor injuries:Small cuts, grazes, bumps and bruises, small splinters and nosebleeds1550–1620 Multiple choice question paper/written assessment1620–1630 Course evaluation and closureUnit 2 – Managing Paediatric Illness, Injuries and Emergencies0900–0910 Assembly, introductions and review0910–0925 Bites and stings: Complications and treatment0925–0930 Eye, ear and nose conditions: Recognition and treatment0930–1045 Fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains: Recognition and treatment, support and elevation slings PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT1045–1100 Break1100–1200 Head and spinal injuries: Types, recognition, treatment and Manual Inline Stabilisation (MILS) PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT1200–1245 Chronic medical conditions or sudden illness: Recognition and management (continued after lunch)Sickle cell syndrome (10 mins), diabetes (30 mins), asthma (40 mins), meningitis (10 mins) and febrile convulsions (10 mins)1245–1315 Lunch1315–1410 Chronic medical conditions or sudden illness: Recognition and management (continued)1410–1435 Body temperature: Extremes of heat and cold recognition and management (hypo and hyperthermia)1435–1445 Electric shock: Dangers and management1445–1515 Burns and scalds: Types, recognition and management1515–1525 Break1525–1540 Poisonous substances: Types, recognition and treatment1540–1625 Multiple choice question paper/written assessment1625–1635 Course evaluation and closurePackageInteractive hands on practical training with multi media for conditions and illnessesCPR training manikins adult, child & baby sizedEasy to follow individual course booklet and wallet CPR CardA Recognised certificate valid for 3 years; Record of Achievement; Wallet Certificate; First Response Learning CPR CARD & First Aid BOOK.CostCourse fees please free phone 0800 999 0100.RevalidationTo renew please book another 12 Hour Paediatric course within 3 year period of your certification phone 0800 999 0100.