First Aid for School Pupils
We now offer courses in first aid for school pupils. The Department for Education have recently announced that from 2020 onwards all state-funded schools in England will be required to teach first aid as part of health education. This will include basic first aid for primary school children, for example dealing with common injuries, such as head injuries. Pupils in secondary schools will be taught first aid. For example, how to administer CPR and the purpose of defibrillators.
The decision to make the lessons compulsory came after Lord Kerslake’s inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing in May 2017 raised concerns that people on the scene “did not appear familiar with first aid principles”.
We will now be offering the following courses in line with these new changes.
Courses in First Aid for School Pupils
3-hour Primary School First Aid Course
This 3-hour course meets the recommendations from the Department for Education to teach the concepts of basic first aid for example CPR Awareness and dealing with common injuries including head injuries. This course is ideal for Key Stage 2 pupils aged 7 and above
3-hour Secondary School First Aid Course
This 3-hour course meets the recommendations from the Department for Education to teach life-saving skills including how to administer CPR, the purpose of defibrillators and the basic treatment of common injuries. This course is ideal for Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils.
6-hour Advanced Secondary School First Aid Course
This 6-hour advanced course meets the recommendations from the Department for Education to teach lifesaving skills including how to administer CPR, dealing with a chocking casualty and the basic treatment of common injuries including burns. This course is ideal for Key Stage 3 & 4 pupils.
You can download the Course Information Sheets below including Course Content and Learning Outcomes and costs.
If you would like to book a training dates please contact Samantha Ryan at email email@example.com or telephone 01706 648855 and a mutually convenient date can be arranged.