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Beyond First AidCourses 2018
First Aid at WorkEmergency First Aid at Work & Refresher
Paediatric First AidPaediatric Emergency First Aid
Sports First Aid
Activity First Aid
Basic Life Support
Family First Aid
The First Aid at Work course will enable individuals to carry out appropriate first aid in an emergency situation in the workplace. Following the course, candidates will be able to manage a casualty who is injured or becomes ill at work until medical services arrive or can be reached.The 1 day course is ideal for smaller workplaces and those with a lower risk.
On completion of training, successful candidates should be able to:Understand
the role of the first-aider the importance of preventing cross-infection the need for recording incidents and actions use of available equipment
Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergencyAdminister
first aid to a casualty who is unconscious (including seizure) cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) first aid to a casualty who is choking first aid to a casualty who is wounded and bleeding first aid to a casualty who is suffering from shock
Provide appropriate first aid for minor injuries (including small cuts, grazes and bruises, burns and scalds).
In addition to the Emergency First Aid at Work syllabus, students on a First Aid at Work course should be able to:Administer first aid to a casualty with injuries to:
Bones (including suspected spinal injuries) Muscles and joints Chest injuries Sudden poisoning
Recognise the presence of major illness and provide appropriate first aid for:
Heart attack Angina Stroke Epilepsy Asthma Diabetes Anaphylactic shock
The Forestry Commission recommends that people working in the
forestry, haulage, harvesting industries for example, should also cover
the following topics on their first aid course because of the hazardous
nature of their work.
Severe bleeding (i.e. chainsaw injury)Crush injuryHypothermiaLyme Disease
Get in touch if you think your industry needs more training than that
offered on a normal course.
The 12 Hour Paediatric First Aid course will equip candidates working within childcare with a sound knowledge of child and infant first aid. Candidates will also be able to recognise common childhood conditions and carry out the correct treatment until medical professionals arrive or can be reached. The course meets the requirements of Ofsted and the Early Years Foundation Stage for staff who need paediatric first aid training. The shorter (6 hour) course, whilst not recognised by Ofsted or EYFS, is highly recommended for staff such as Teaching Assistants, Lunchtime Staff or anyone with an interest in first aid for children.
On completion of training, successful candidates should be able to:Understand the role and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider.Assess an emergency situation safely.Provide first aid for an infant and a child:
who is who is unconscious who is unresponsive and not breathing who is choking with minor injuries, including cuts, grazes, bumps and bruises,
small splinters and nose bleeds
Understand how to administer first aid to an infant and a child suffering from:
In addition to the one day course, students on a Paediatric First Aid course should be able to provide first aid for an infant and a child with injuries to bones, joints and muscles, including head and spinal injuries.You will understand how to administer emergency first aid to an infant and a child with a chronic medical condition or sudden illness, such as:
sickle cell anaemia diabetes asthma meningitis and septicaemia febrile convulsions
You will also learn how to administer first aid to an infant and a child who is experiencing the effects of extreme heat and cold, or has sustained an electric shock. Burns or scalds, poisoning, bites and stings, conditions affecting the eyes, ears and nose, are also covered.
Beyond First Aid are proud of our Sports Courses. They have been developed over several years of
actually covering sporting events. We have helped injured rugby and football players, runners,
swimmers and cyclists. Martial arts champions, weight lifters and even ballet dancers have all been
helped by our medics.Sports First Aid will give you all the necessary skills to deal with a whole range of sporting injuries. Anyone
involved in sporting activities - from referees and coaches to players should attend. This course can be custom built to suit your sport, giving you the course
most suitable for your needs.
This Beyond First Aid Award is a training course which is designed for those who are involved in the outdoor and activity based environments that require a first aid qualification in addition to providing the knowledge and skills to operate in these different and often challenging environments.
This qualification is aimed at anyone who requires a first aid qualification which covers additional training for working in the outdoor and activity based sectors. Examples include: Outdoor instructors e.g. hill walking, kayaking, climbing, etc. Duke of Edinburgh Award Leaders and Assessors Scout/Guide leaders Mountain/Walking leaders
This course has been designed for those interested in knowing more about the bodys basic functions. Well explore the anatomy and physiology underlying the five vital signs.
Heart rate Blood pressure Body temperature Respiration rate Pain
By completing this course, you will develop a systematic, integrated understanding of how the body works, and what to look for when things might be going wrong.
Designed to make sure our own staff were up to speed, this course is now open to the general public. It would be useful for medical or nursing students, or indeed anyone who just wants to know how we work inside.
Heart anatomy Cardiac Conduction System Cardiac Output and Pulse Heart Sounds Blood Vessels Blood Pressure Metabolism Temperature Respiratory System Lung Sounds Basic neurologic and sensory anatomy Pain
This 3 hour course provides essential training in Basic Life Support, following the latest Resuscitation Council UK Guidelines. It is intended for health care workers who are required to carry out annual update training in Basic Life Support.The course covers:
Treatment of an unconscious casualty CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) Heart Attacks and Cardiac Arrest Choking Introduction to, and Operation of AEDs
This 2 hour course provides that little bit of peace of mind for new Mums and Dads.
Usually delivered to small groups, this course covers some of those basic everyday knocks and scrapes
that children have a habit of getting, but it also shows you what to do in a life threatening emergency
The course covers: Unconscious babies and children
Choking Minor wounds and burns
Bumped heads Loads more
Course Title Length of
First Aid at Work 18 hours 215.00
Emergency First Aid at Work 6 hours 70.00
First Aid at Work Refresher 12 hours 145.00
Paediatric First Aid 12 hours 120.00
Paediatric Emergency First Aid 6 hours 70.00
Sports First Aid 10 hours 120.00
Activity First Aid 12 hours 145.00
Basic Life Support (including AED) 3 hours 35.00
Vital Signs 6 hours 70.00
Family First Aid (for new parents)* 2 hours 15.00
School Inset Days Contact us for details
Prices are Per Person
N.B. Discounts are available for group bookings, contact us for details.
*Discounts do not apply to Family First Aid
Reading Buses, The 19b travels along Beech Lane with the closest stop being Thanington Way. Walk up Thanington Way then turn right into Northbourne Close. There is a footpath at the end Northbourne Close, turn right at the end of the path and Beyond First Aid is on the left
Routes and timetables for this bus service can be found at http://www.reading-buses.co.uk/
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