First Aid at Work Level 3 & Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Level 3

First Aid at Work Level 3 & Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Level 3

We offer First Aid at Work Course throughout the UK including a range of courses for members of the public and first aid at work courses for those who need to comply with health and safety requirements.

This First Aid at Work Course is a comprehensive classroom based training to enable candidates to gain knowledge and skill of the immediate response, basic & quality care given to an individual or casualty during accident or crises, be able to preserve life; to prevent worsening of any injuries and to promote recovery. First Aid at Work Course

In line with The Code, candidates will be able to be aware on the legal aspect of first aid, triaging or prioritizing immediate needs and safety equipment.

Course Details:
Day 1:

  • What is First Aid?
  • The Aims of a First Aider
  • Roles
  • Infection Control
  • Consent
  • Documentation
  • RIDDOR(1995)
  • Equipment used (First Aid Box)
  • Casualty Management
  • The Action Plan ”DRSABCD”
  • Action Plan:Responsive Breathing Casualty
  • Secondary Survey
  • Action Plan: Unresponsive Breathing Casualty First Aid At Work
  • Recovery Position
  • Seizure and its Treatment
  • Febrile Convulsion
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Defibrillator: Use of AED
  • Infant and Child CPR
  • Adult Choking
  • Infant Choking
  • Wound and Bleeding First Aid At Work
  • Wounds, Cuts and Grazes
  • Types of Bleeding
  • Shock and its Treatment
  •  Bruising, Minor Burns and Scalds
  • Small Splinters

Day 2:

  • Casualty History First Aid At Work
  • Causes, Classification, Symptoms of Fractures
  • Treatment for Upper and Lower Limb Fracture and Use of Sling
  • Signs and Symptoms of Soft Tissue Injuries and its Treatment
  • Dislocations and its Treatment
  • Head Injuries
  • Concussion
  • Compression
  • Sign and Symptoms of Fractured Skull: Racoon Eyes & Battle’s Sign First Aid At Work
  • Treatment of Head Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries, Signs and Symptoms and treatment
  • Chest Injuries, Signs and Symptoms  and treatment
  • Penetrating Chest Wound
  • Severe Burns and Scalds
  • Denaturation
  • Types,Measurement and General Treatment of Burns First Aid At Work
  • Minor Eye Injuries and Treatment
  • Sudden Poisoning, Signs and Symptoms and Treatment

Day 3:

  • Anaphylaxis
  • Heart Attack (CVA)
  • Stroke: Act F.A.S.T
  • Nonconvulsive Seizures
  • Convulsive Seizures
  • Asthma
  • Hypoglycaemia

Day 4:

  • Understanding Roles, Responsibilities, and Relationships in
  • Preparing to Teach in Life Long Sector
  • The role and responsibilities of teachers
  • The Lifelong Learning Sector
  • The Teaching role
  • The Teaching and Learning Circle
  • The Institute for Learning
  • ATLS and QTLS
  • Responsibilities in Education and Training
  • Skills and Attributes of a Teacher
  • Generic Key Aspects  of Legislation, Regulatory Requirements  and Codes of Practice
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Equality Act 2010
  • The Seven Types of Discrimination
  • Promoting End of Life Care Decisions in the Classroom
  • Icebreakers
  • The Role of Icebreakers
  • Identify and meet individual student needs
  • Potential reasons for challenges, barriers, attitudes in Education and Training
  • Signs of Challenges, Barriers, and Attitudes to Learning
  • Meeting Individual Students Needs
  • The Learning Environment
  • Maintaining a Safe and Supportive Environment
  • Ways to Maintain a Safe and Supportive Environment
  • Using of Classroom Layouts
  • Importance to Promote Appropriate Behaviour and Respect for Others
  • Teaching and Other Professional Relationships
  • Boundaries in Education and Training
  • Boundaries between the Teacher and other Professional Roles
  • Points of Referral to meet Individual Needs of Student

Day 5:

  • Understanding and using Inclusive teaching and Learning Approaches in Education and Training
  • Inclusive Teaching
  • Features of Inclusive Teaching and Learning
  • Learning Retention: Pike (1989)
  • Kold (1984) Four Stage Experimental Learning Cycle
  • Vark (Fleming, 2005)
  • Honey and Mumford
  • The Peter Principle
  • Teaching Practical Skills: EDIP
  • Tuckman’s  1965 &1975: Theory on Group Formation
  • Teaching and Learning Approaches
  • Types of Assessment
  • The Purpose of Assessment
  • The Assessment Cycle
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Record Keeping
  • Tips for Keeping Record

Fee: £500 mandatory training
Duration: 5 Day Course (0930-1730)
Target Audience:  All Healthcare Professionals
Lunch will not be provided only Tea and coffee will be provided in the morning and during breaks.

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First Aid at Work Level 3 & Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Level 3 

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