Baby first aid – coping in an emergency
Why do our course?
Learning baby first aid helps reduce new parent anxiety.
For example, know what to do if your baby stops breathing or chokes on milk or food.
Recognise early signs of life-threatening illnesses such as meningitis or severe allergic reactions.
Deal with fever, head injuries, nose bleeds and other minor incidents.
Most importantly, feel confident you could cope with an emergency with your child.
Who is this course for?
Expectant parents (attend around 1 month before due date).
Parents of children aged 0-12 years.
Grandparents and other family members.
Babysitters/friends who look after your child.
What’s included and how much does it cost?
primary assessment, resuscitation (CPR), secondary assessment, recovery position, choking, severe allergic reaction, fever, meningitis and severe bleeding.
£30 per person for open courses in Cockfosters (sometimes we have special offers)
£30-40 per person for private courses in client homes depending on distance and trainee numbers. Usual maximum 12 per course (minimum 6 per course).
includes same as 2hr30m and additionally:
minor bleeding, splinters, nose bleeds, burns, fever, head injuries, bites & stings, foreign body in nose/ears and seizures.
£35 per person in Cockfosters, £35-45 per person in private venues.
However, please note that this course is non-accredited. This means that you cannot receive a certificate of competence but you may request a certificate of attendance which details the topics covered. As a result, this course does not meet the paediatric first aid requirements for nannies or nursery workers.
What feedback do we get?
“Informative, useful, excellent first aid course. I would recommend it to everyone who has children.” I. Bosanszky
Fantastic first aid course run by Michelle. Very informative and useful! H. Esner