The Blended Combined EFAW and Paediatric elearning module allows learners to complete the full 18 hour of a combined qualification as a blended course.
This elearning module has been designed to give learners the theoretical knowledge needed to accompany 2 days of practical face to face training day and meets HSE requirements for the First Aid at Work qualification.
The Blended Combined EFAW and Paediatric is in 2 parts:
Part 1, involves completing our interactive e-learning module and can be done any time before you attend the face to face training. You will be sent a link to the e-learning module when you book this course.
Duration: 6 hours
Part 2, is a one day face to face course where you will learn and demonstrate all the practical sections of the course.
Duration: 12 hours
Course syllabus includes:
|The Role of the Paediatric/First Aider||CPR and AED use for babies, children and adults|
|Incident and Casualty Assessment||Choking for babies, children and adults|
|Dealing with an Unconscious Casualty||Anaphylaxis (Epi-pen)|
|Minor Injuries||External Bleeding|
|Eyes, Ears and Nose injuries||Burns|
|Chest Injuries||Heart Problems and Stroke|
|Fractures, Dislocations, Sprains and Strains||Epilepsy and Seizures (inc febrile convulsions)|
|Poisonous Substances||Electric Shock|
|Body Temperature||Head and Spinal Injuries|
Assessment*: Self checks after each section of the course and an end of course multiple choice assessment
Certification: On successful completion, learners can download a certificate as evidence that they have passed the course
Accreditation: This course has been approved by the CPD Accreditation Group and qualifies for 6 CPD points. It has been approved by the FAIB (First Aid Industry Body)
*For enhanced quality assurance, it is strongly recommended that the elearning module is completed prior to the practical face to face training day to ensure that learners have the opportunity to ask their trainer any questions about what they have learned and so that the trainer can test learners’ knowledge in the classroom before issuing the full First Aid at Work certificate