Emergency Paediatric First Aid Course Level 3

 

This course is for Nannies and Au Pairs who do not need to register with Ofsted. Childminders, nursery workers and child workers still need the 2 day 12 hour course to meet their requirements. If you are looking at also entering other childcare sectors, then the full

2 day or our blended Paediatric course would be best. It is now stated by the Statutory Framework for the EYFS that “All newly qualified entrants to the early years workforce who have completed a level 2 and/or level 3 qualification on or after 30 June 2016, must also have either a full PFA or an emergency PFA certificate within three months of starting work in order to be included in the required staff: child ratios at level 2 or level 3 in an early years setting”

This one day course meets the needs of the voluntary part of the Ofsted Childcare

Register for Nannies and Au Pairs.

If you want to save time in the classroom but still meeting the required hours, we offer a blended version where you complete half the course using our video online training then attend one day in the classroom.

All our first aid courses fully meet the UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines 2015 as per the HSE requirements. ProTrainings Vocational Training Qualifications (VTQ) are fully recognised by the HSE as Trade Body Qualifications.

The HSE strongly recommend that all first aiders complete an annual first aid refresher courses.

Occupations That Use This Course

  • Parents
  • Families
  • Nannies (ensure that you do not actually require the full 2 days or blended Paediatric First Aid course)
  • Au Pairs (ensure that you do not actually require the full 2 days or blended Paediatric First Aid course)
  • Childminders (ensure that you do not actually require the full 2 days or blended Paediatric First Aid course)
  • Child care workers

CPD Certified – 3.0 hours

This course comes with 3.0 hours of CPD, although the time to complete the course online may be less than this.

 

 

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