This ultimate bundle course is designed to provide those who work with children or are responsible for caring for children with a more in-depth understanding of safeguarding and first aid practices. By combining both of these training programs in one course, learners will gain all the relevant skills and knowledge to ensure the protection of the welfare of children and young people under their care and supervision.
The following 2 courses are included in this bundle:
Those who work with children or are responsible for caring for them must demonstrate an understanding of their legal requirements when protecting their safety and welfare. In this safeguarding course, you will develop your understanding of child safeguarding practices and principles, learning how to comply with safeguarding laws and policies in the UK. By the end of the course, you will be able to recognise signs of abuse and neglect in children, report your safeguarding concerns, make a referral to child services and take appropriate action when required.
Paediatric First Aid Training
This instructor-led paediatric first aid training course is designed to to help learners gain an in-depth understanding of first aid best practice and procedures. Take steps to become a qualified paediatric first aider and be prepared for any situation, from minor accidents to emergencies, by learning how to perform CPR, dress wounds, conduct a primary survey, recognise the signs of illness and much more.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to demonstrate that they;
Who should take the course
This practical bundle training course is ideal for those who work with children or are responsible for caring for children, who want to gain a better understanding of paediatric first aid procedures and safeguarding practices and principles. There are no specific entry requirements for this course, which is open to learners of all levels and academic backgrounds.
Once you’ve successfully completed your course, you will immediately be sent a digital certificate. Also, you can have your printed certificate delivered by post (shipping cost £3.99). All of our courses are fully accredited, providing you with up-to-date skills and knowledge and helping you to become more competent and effective in your chosen field. Our certifications have no expiry dates, although we do recommend that you renew them every 12 months.
At the end of the course, there will be an online assessment, which you will need to pass to complete the course. Answers are marked instantly and automatically, allowing you to know straight away whether you have passed. If you haven’t, there’s no limit on the number of times you can take the final exam. All this is included in the one-time fee you paid for the course itself.
Course Curriculum for Safeguarding Children
In module one, we will learn the definition of safeguarding, the importance of safeguarding, safeguarding roles and responsibilities, and child protection policies.
In module two, we will explore the UK laws and key legislation behind safeguarding children, outlining the fundamental points of each act. We will also take a look at child safeguarding policy and guidelines.
In module three, we will gain an in-depth understanding of what constitutes abuse and neglect, the different types of abuse, and how to identify the signs of a child at risk.
In module 4, we will learn about child sexual exploitation, the types of sexual abuse, the characteristics of sexual offenders, and the common patterns and signs of child sexual abuse.
In module 5, you will be guided on how to assess if a child is at risk of harm, how to recognise a high-risk situation, and will explore the steps in the single assessment process.
In module 6, we will learn about the protocol on sharing information that has been disclosed by a child, your ‘duty of care’, and how to take appropriate action when making referrals to social care services.
In module 7, you will learn how to make a referral to social services, what should be included in your referral, and what to do if you disagree with the decision made.
Course Curriculum for Paediatric First Aid Training
Module one introduces the basic principles of First Aid when applied specifically to children and infants. It also looks at the key responsibilities for a Paediatric First-Aider, and how these apply to public places and community properties. The extreme importance of preventing cross-infection and operating within the bounds of public safety is covered as well.
In Module two, we explore the best ways to take control of an incident where a child has been hurt and expand the importance of being able to assess the severity in moments. This opens up to details of how to effectively communicate with a young casualty and get the information you need under the worst of circumstances. The importance of scene cleaning and post-accident hygiene is also covered.
In Module Three, we look at the way CPR can be applied to two sets of distinctive age groups, that of children and infants. The module shows how to check for responsiveness and breathing difficulties in patients, and exactly what methods should be applied in each situation. We also examine the uses of an AED and what role it can play in the resuscitation of a child.
In Module Four, we run through the symptoms, causes and treatments of the most common ailments that can affect a child. This includes all-too-frequent occurrences like stings and burns, along with life-affecting conditions such as Diabetes and Anaphylaxis. The module also looks at rarer incidents such as Frostbite and Heatstroke, and exactly what you should do to relieve the child’s condition.
Module Five examines the more complex medical conditions that can seriously affect the well-being of a child. You’ll learn the cause and effect of serious illnesses such as Sickle-Cell Anaemia and Meningitis, as well as understanding exactly what to do if a child suffers from symptoms. We also explain the existence of Febrile Convulsions, along with more recognisable conditions such as Asthma and food poisoning.
Module Six goes into detail as regards the criteria for calling Emergency Services, and the different type of services that exist in the UK via 999 and 112. It also supplies recommendations of the actions that a Paediatric First-Aider can do when waiting for an ambulance.