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Ideal First Response

First Aid for Mental Health. Various courses available:

  • Level 1 Awareness of first aid for mental health; 4 hours minimum.
  • Level 2 First aid for mental health; 6 hours minimum.
  • Level 3 Supervising first aid for mental health; 12 hours minimum.

Principles Of Safeguarding & Protecting Children, Young People Or Vulnerable Adults Level 3 (Cost £95.00)

  • Safeguarding legislation and guidance.
  • Indicators of abuse and neglect.
  • Making judgements.
  • Communication.
  • Roles and responsibilities.
  • Sharing of information.
  • Dealing with and reporting of allegations and complaints.
  • Assessment and marking.

First Aid At Work Level 3 (Cost £205.00) & First Aid At Work Re-Qualification (Cost £155.00)

  • Legalities, responsibilities and reporting procedures.
  • Dealing with an unresponsive casualty.
  • Fractures and spinal injuries.
  • Control of bleeding.
  • Poisoning.
  • Burns.
  • Epilepsy.
  • Resuscitation and AED awareness.
  • Bandaging.
  • Heart attacks.
  • Stroke.
  • Head injuries.
  • Chest injuries.
  •  Shock (including anaphylaxis).
  • Asthma.
  • Choking.
  • Eye injuries.
  • Diabetes.
  • Sprains and strains.

Emergency First Aid At Work Level 3 (Cost £85.00)

  • Legalities, responsibilities and reporting procedures.
  • Primary and secondary surveys.
  • CPR- resuscitation.
  • Recovery position.
  • Choking.
  • Wounds and the control of bleeding.
  • Shock.
  • Epilepsy.
  • Minor injuries.
  • Burns.
  • AED awareness.

Emergency Paediatric First Aid; Level 3  (1 Day – Cost £85.00)

  • Role of the Paediatric First Aider.
  • Primary survey.
  • Resuscitation(CPR including the safe use of an AED)
  • Wounds, bleeding and shock.
  • Seizure.
  • Choking.
  • Minor injuries.
  • Recovery position.

Paediatric First Aid; Level 3 (2 Day – Cost £155.00)

  • Legalities, responsibilities and reporting procedures.
  • Primary and secondary surveys.
  • Resuscitation (CPR including the safe use of an AED).
  • Recovery position.
  • Choking.
  • Wounds and control of bleeding.
  • Fractures, sprains and strains.
  • Chest, head, neck and back injuries.
  • Asthma
  • Foreign bodies
  • Febrile convulsions.
  • Meningitis.
  • Sickle cell anaemia.
  • Shock.
  • Burns.
  • Allergic reactions including anaphylaxis.
  • Extreme cold and heat.
  • Electrical incidents.
  • Diabetes.
  • Seizure.