First Aid Training for Nannies and Childminders
First Aid Training for Nannies: Do you know what to do if the children you’re caring for have an accident or suddenly fall ill?
All nannies on Ofsted’s voluntary childcare register must hold an appropriate valid paediatric first-aid certificate when they register and it should be updated on a regular basis.
Government guidelines for childcarers state that first-aid training must:
- Cater for practitioners caring for children in the absence of their parents
- Be a minimum of 12 hours
- Cover what to include in a first-aid kit for babies and children
- Demonstrate resuscitation techniques using models of babies and children, and give practitioners a chance to practise on models of each age group
- Include how to record accidents and incidents appropriately.
First Aid Training for Nannies
This First Aid Training for Nannies paediatric first aid course meets the requirements of the Early Years foundation stage statutory framework.
The course focuses on emergency scenarios that are faced by professionals, including teachers, Teaching assistants, playgroup leaders, looking after young children.
It meets Ofsted requirements for registered childminders and the requirements for nannies under the Approved Carers Scheme. It can also be used as evidence for employees working towards an NVQ in Childcare and Education.
The Paediatric First Aid course covers in detail all the conditions, injuries and medical emergencies which could occur in a childcare setting through a range of practical and theoretical workshops. All our trainers specialise in the emergency care of children and look forward to sharing their experiences with you and your staff to ensure you is confident to dealing with any situation which requires first aid involving children and babies.
For more information on the Courses please select the link below to access full course details
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