Being able to administer first aid is a critical skill that you need to know but we hope you never have to use.
1,100 students are injured at school each month.
Due to the global pandemic the world has changed and first aid is no different. So if you’re doing this Emergency Paediatric First Aid at Work course as a re-qualification, you will gain valuable new skills.
Knowing how to protect yourself and your casualty from transmitting the coronavirus is standard across all our first aid training courses.
Skills Shop is your go-to supplier of both in-person and online training courses for a variety of different subjects, including our Emergency Paediatric First Aid at Work Training.
Our customers love the flexibility that we offer and being able to choose between virtual or in-person training. Our in-person training locations include North West areas such as Manchester, Liverpool, Carlisle, Preston and Lancaster.
For our Emergency Paediatric First Aid at Work training course, we encourage staff to learn basic first aid which can prove highly beneficial in emergency situations.
This course is designed for all staff who work in the care and education sectors and takes into account that various emergency situations can occur when in the care of a minor. Our specialist trainers will help teach staff essential life-saving skills, which can be applied not only within the workplace, but for everyday life.
When you attend a Skills Shop first aid training course you’ll benefit from scenario based training. These scenarios are based on your job roles allowing you to immediately act in an emergency situation.
All our training comes with continuous support so even after completing the training, we are always here to offer you peace of mind.
CADAS was founded in 1979 by a group of concerned individuals and professionals who wanted to provide a service for the people of Cumbria who suffered from the effects of alcohol and drugs.
It was registered as a charity in the same year. Over the last 40+ years we have grown to our current size with staff and volunteers operating from four centres across Cumbria.
We continue to provide our recovery service to individuals and offer help to families, communities and employers with training and information provision. We believe that our major strengths are our independence, our commitment to people and communities, our inclusive approach and our accessibility.
If you are ready for change, we can help to bring it about with you for you, and your family and friends, and your community.