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First aid training workshops for schools

We should all know first aid right? So we have starting running first aid training workshops for schools as a method to increase the number of people who know some basic first aid.

Our 6 hr First Aid Workshops are aimed at preteens -tween’s  aged 7-11.  Workshops are designed to teach basic life saving first aid skills to children in a  fun informative manor.

Often being at home with parents, careers or guardians,  preteens may find themselves having the overwhelming task of acting as the “grown up” in a medical emergency- if their  parents, careers or guardian were to have an accident, or to be taken ill. This is where our training comes in , courses are designed to provide the skills and build confidence to help in these types of situations.

The 6 hour workshop are broken down into 60 minute Bite size First Aid Sessions covering the following:

Scene safety

Calling for emergency help

Casualty assessment

CPR

Airway management including choking and vomiting

Control of bleeding.

After each session children will receive a worksheet, the worksheets are designed  to improve their knowledge and understanding of the subject taught on that particular session. Worksheets contain useful information word searches and First Aid Questions.

All Trainers & Assistants have current DBS  Certificates.

If you are interested in our first aid training workshops for schools, or any of our training give us a call on 0800 242 5210 or email us on info@lazarustraining.co.uk

If you want to know more about our schools first aid training click here, or explore the website for more details.

Teenaider first aid training is back.

Teenaider first aid training is aimed at teenagers and other young people who may find themselves providing emergency medical care without immediate adult supervision. As teenagers discover their independence they might find themselves being the “grown up” in a medical emergency- perhaps a friends has had an accident, or a parent or carer has been taken ill, then it would be down to the teenager to summon help and potentially provide basic life saving help. Our Teenaider courses are designed to provide the skills and confidence that might be needed to help in these types of situations.

As with all the first aid training provided by Lazarus Training we believe training must be practical and aimed at the real life situations the delegates might face, two principles we sum up as #trainforreal and “first aid training is a contact sport”. On this course your teenager will receive instruction in:

Scene safety

Calling for emergency help

Casualty assessment

CPR

Airway management including choking and vomiting

Control of bleeding

All training is conducted in a life like manner and is designed to build the confidence of the teenager and ensure the principles are firmly in mind by the end of the course.

The main session is 3 hours long, with additional 3 hour sessions available for those that wish to really explore the topic and their skills and reactions. The training is currently run at our Leigh on Sea venue, but we can travel to groups such as schools, scouts etc.

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All training is conducted by qualified instructors, most with a background in the emergency services. Training involves some physical activity such as laying on the floor and clothing may get slightly dirty. For full details of what should be worn, ask our office team for our “You want to be a Teenaider” leaflet.

Our Teenaider first aid training is normally run during school holidays, but can also be arranged for weekends on request.

Teenaider first aid training

To book the course, or to find out more call us on 0800 242 5210 or email us via info@lazarustraining.co.uk

Schools first aid training

The need for first aid training in schools is well established, but finding the right course for your school isn’t as clear. Workplace first aid training is currently regulated by the Health and Safety Executive, but most is aimed at the average workplace, rather than the specific environment of a school. Whilst many first aid skills are universal, for example we all bleed the same way, providing first aid to a child has specific challenges. To reuse our example, a child’s body reacts differently to the effects of blood loss than an adult’s. To ensure that school staff are capable and confident to apply first aid to a child, the training must allow them to practice relevant skills, in an appropriate setting, with age appropriate manikins.

With the forthcoming changes to the structure of first aid training, schools will be able to dictate their requirements to their training provider. The HSE will set underpinning standards/requirements, but the emphasis is increasingly on schools satisfying themselves of the suitability of the training proposed.

Lazarus Training has a range of courses for schools that meet the current workplace requirements. Scenarios are relevant to the age range of schools, using our own videos and photos. Our staff are experienced and qualified in providing medical care and training, but Lazarus Training works with schools to ensure that its training is current, relevant and reliable. To find out more visit our primary schools first aid training website or our main site.

Lazarus Training mini sites

Lazarus Training has a wide range of courses, which continues to expand. To allow people to find the right information quickly, Lazarus has started to develop new topic specific mini sites. You can view examples by clicking on the titles; Primary School First Aid Training; Firearms Medical Training.

This site will continued to be the main site for information about Lazarus Training, but keep an eye on these new sites.