First Aid Training for Nursery Staff

Children and kids are curious creatures, making them more likely to get hurt. If they can’t talk yet, they can’t tell you what hurts or makes them sick so they can get worse quickly. To fully understand something about an emergency, you need to have the necessary knowledge, skills, and confidence. In today’s world, it is the goal of any nursery or pre-school to keep their students safe from harm, yet there are several hazards on and around the school premises that could cause injury at any time. Although schools cannot eliminate all potential dangers, they may improve their ability to tackle problems by means that all employees who work with or near children have adequate first aid training for nursery staff.
After the introduction of Millie’s Law in September 2016, new nursery staff were required to complete training in pediatric first aid before they could begin working. As a result of the measures made by the government, receiving first aid training for nursery staff  is now obligatory for anybody seeking employment in nurseries or pre-schools.
In order to ensure that newly certified childcare workers holding a level 2 or 3 childcare certification are properly trained in emergency pediatric first aid or first aid training for nursery staff. This move, which could save countless lives, will hopefully result in an annual increase of approximately 15,000 skilled early years professionals who work in nurseries, pre-schools, and child care facilities.
Millie’s Mark 
Joanne and Dan Thompson support the plans after Millie’s death. Since 9-month-old Millie died of choking at childcare in October 2012, they’ve campaigned for reform. The initiative concluded in an e-petition by 103,000-person.
Millie’s Mark seeks to keep the children safe as well as reduce the risk and accidents by:
Raising pediatric first aid standards.
A growing number of staff members who are trained in first aid.
Enhancing individual’s competence in the provision of first aid.
Providing the employees with the ability to act quickly in emergency.
Increasing the workforce’s quality and abilities in the early years and assisting them with common first aid situations, like allergies.
Delivering reassurance to parents and guardians.
Every parent wants to know that anyone providing care for their child is properly trained. A basic understanding of first aid can literally save a person’s life. These alterations to the law have the potential to save the life of a kid.
Pediatric First Aid training:
This Pediatric First Aid training course will teach those who work with infants or children how to deliver pediatric first aid assistance in an emergency. It covers a variety of fundamental first aid topics, including the law surrounding first aid, how to carry out primary and secondary surveys, how to put children and infants into the recovery position, how to administer life-saving CPR, how to use defibrillators, and how to provide assistance for a variety of injuries and illnesses.
 
Upon completion of the training, you will gain the confidence to take appropriate action in a range of situations, from minor incidents to life-threatening accidents, and know when to seek further medical advice if required.
 
Who should take this course?
This course is designed for those who work with infants and children and have been assigned pediatric first aid responsibilities. In the context of first aid, infants are newborns to 12 months, while children are aged 12 months to the onset of puberty.
 
Examples of those who may take this course include:
Teachers and classroom assistants.
School administration and support staff.
Nursery workers.
Staff who run after-school clubs and activities.
Sports coaches.
Childminders, nannies, and au-pairs.
Parents, carers, and foster carers.
 
NOTE: This course is not a substitute for practical training, which is required to be considered a qualified first aider. However, it is suitable to take as a refresher course for those with existing first aid knowledge or for those who are already qualified first aiders, as well as for first time learners to give them a solid introduction to pediatric first aid.
Course aims:
The aims of this Pediatric First Aid Awareness e-learning course are to:
Enhance your knowledge and skills in regard to your responsibilities and associated actions as Pediatric First Aiders.
Provide you with knowledge and understanding of First Aid procedures when working with children and babies, along with the ability to recognise and treat many childhood conditions and illnesses.
 
Learning Objectives:
The learning objectives of this online Pediatric First Aid Awareness training course are to:
Explain what is meant by first aid
Know the role and responsibilities of a pediatric first aider
Explain the aims of first aid
Know how to respond in both an emergency and non-emergency situation involving children and babies
Recognise how to help an unconscious child or baby
Explain how to perform CPR and the recovery position
Develop confidence in treating minor and major bleeds
Identify different types of choking and practical advice on responding to incidents
Know the signs and symptoms of childhood illnesses and allergies and guidance on treatment.
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of this Pediatric First Aid Awareness eLearning course, learners will be able to:
Define first aid
Define pediatric
Identify the role and responsibilities of a pediatric first aider
List the contents in a pediatric first aid kit
Differentiate between an infant and a child for the purposes of first aid
Conduct a primary survey on an infant and a child
Know who to call in an emergency
List some of the life-threatening conditions that can result from respiratory distress
Demonstrate how to place an infant and a child into the recovery position
Know how to administer first aid to an infant and a child who is choking
Identify how to administer first aid for an infant or a child who is suspected to be suffering from diabetes, asthma or allergic reaction
Demonstrate how to administer first aid to an infant or a child with external bleeding.
We are also providing the Class – Based Training for TQUK’s Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work. The Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) meets The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 regarding First Aid at Work. There are no specific entry requirements for First Aid at Work. However, learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy and numeracy or equivalent. Upon successfully passing the qualification, the learner will get an Ofqual Regulated Certificate (Hardcopy OR PDF) from TQUK, an Ofqual Regulated Awarding Organisation. Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work is suitable for all individuals either working or intended to work in any organisation. Secondly, following FAIB guidance, the individuals from the SIA industry, such as Door Supervisors or Security Officers, should take this qualification because it will make them eligible for an SIA license.
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