Is it time to update your first aid skills?
Anyone who’s ever had children, or worked with kids, knows how accident prone they can be. From minor accidents like tripping over and incurring a bleeding knee, to more serious incidents like asthma attacks, you need to be prepared for anything.
Since health and safety regulations have become stricter over the past few decades, it’s crucial to regularly refresh your skills if you work with kids.
Knowing first aid can also be extremely useful if you’re a parent. When exploring the outdoors, there’s so many situations where emergency services can take significant time to arrive, so it’s crucial to know what to do in the meantime.
When helping children with outdoor activities, knowing paediatric first aid can be invaluable.
Based in the New Forest, Fresh Air Training is only ten minutes from the market town of Lymington in Hampshire. Our paediatric first aid course is Ofqual accredited, meets Ofsted requirements and is in line with the statutory framework Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Options also include our ITC Forest School and Paediatric Combined First Aid Course.
These courses meet the needs of up to Level 3 Forest School practitioners. The course will be tailored to the specific needs of your group, and as we are combining 2 courses you will receive 2 certificates upon successful completion.
Working with both individuals and groups, Fresh Air Training helps people improve their outdoor skills.
Our paediatric first aid courses can be held at a range of locations in Hampshire, with all kinds of dates available. Enjoyable and inspiring, our first aid courses also include those for work in water sports.