Essential emergency skills Blooming Babies Paediatric First Aid Courses
Develop the confidence and vital life-saving skills needed to protect your child in an emergency situation, with paediatric first aid training from Blooming Babies.
Classes are run by Annie, a qualified nurse who specialised in A&E nursing and is a registered midwife with decades of experience. The course is suitable for parents, grandparents, extended family members and professionals involved in the care of babies or young children.
Scheduled Paediatric First Aid courses consist of a 2 hour course held on an evening or weekends. You will also receive a Paediatric First Aid book with each booking. Please get in touch for upcoming dates or see our booking schedule online.
Private groups are available on request. Minimum group size of 6 attendees and maximum of 10.
Courses are held at Oasis School of Human Relations, Boston Spa and Nuffield Guiseley!
Dates To Be Confirmed. Please Contact Us.
Generally these are:
Thursday Evening or Weekend Dates - Check our Booking Schedule
At Oasis School of Human Relations, Hall Mews, Clifford Rd, Boston Spa, LS23 6DT.
Weekend Dates - Check our Booking Schedule
At Nuffield Health, Otley Road, White Cross, Guiseley, Leeds, LS20 8LY.
We also offer private tuition in a place of your choice including the comfort of your own home, and can provide group courses on request for between 6 and 10 participants.
What you’ll learn
The Blooming Babies Paediatric First Aid course covers a range of basic first aid skills. You’ll learn how to react in a range of emergency and health situations, including when a baby or child:
• Is unresponsive or not breathing
• Has suffered a head injury
• Is choking or has swallowed something harmful
• Is having an asthma attack
• Is having an extreme allergic reaction
• Is having a febrile convulsion (Fitting)
• Is suffering from hypothermia
• Is bleeding
• May be showing symptoms of meningitis
• Is burnt or scalded
• Has an injury to any part of the body
• Is suffering from sickness or a fever