TQUK Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) Blended Part No1 & is the only course that is an alternative to the 2 day in the classroom for childminders, nursery nurses, breakfast clubs, after school clubs, primary schools and carers who need to complete a Paediatric First Aid Course to comply with the requirements of Ofsted, EYFS, CSSIW and SureStart.
The blended learning course Part No1 offers a video-based online course that is completed before attending a full day in the classroom with an instructor to complete the practical part of the course. This Paediatric course is approved by most councils across the UK.
This course offers an excellent alternative for those who are simply unable to spare the time to attend 2 days in a classroom only course. When you have successfully completed both the online and classroom modules, you will be issued a TQUK wall certificate and wallet card.
Eligibility & Certification
Eligibility: Persons must be 14 years or older at the time they start the course, and must have passed Part No1, the online based section, of this course within 6 weeks of the starting date of Part No2, classroom based course.
Assessment is a multiple choice paper and ongoing practical assessment by the course trainer. A 3-year qualification will be issued to those who meet the criteria.
To qualify for Part No2, the classroom based course, you must have completed Part No1, the online based course, within 6 weeks of the classroom based course date. This is an online course – Lasting 5 hours and 44 minutes, and is conducted via ‘Protrainings Europe’ webpage…
Location & Availability
We are based in the Sheffield & Rotherham area, however we area ideally suited to servicing the South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire areas.
This course type runs for 7 hours over 1 day…
The following ranges of subjects are covered:-
- Scene survey.
- Primary survey.
- Child & baby CPR.
- Recovery position child & baby.
- Adult, older child & baby choking.
- Illness Assessment.
- Anaphylactic shock.
- Minor injury treatment.
- Snake & tick bites.
- Spinal injury.
- Sprains & strains.
- Burns & scalds.
- Head injuries.