First Aid Workshops

Due to numerous requests from clients we have developed two different First Aid Workshops in English to help with skills and knowledge to deal with common accidents and ailments that young children and babies may experience.

Nobody likes to think of their child being in an emergency situation, but learning first aid will give you the confidence to be able to help should you need to.

Who are they for?

Our First Aid for Parents workshop has been designed with parents in mind, to guide you through exactly what you need to know. It covers a range of childhood emergency situations; from choking and unconsciousness to fever and meningitis. You do not need any prior knowledge in order to participate in our course.

It’s perfect for:

  • parents of children of all ages (from birth to puberty)
  • expectant parents, as part of preparing for parenthood
  • grandparents
  • family members
  • babysitters.

Our First Aid for Children workshop has been designed to equip children with essential basic first aid skills.

It’s perfect for

  • Children between 7-16 years old

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First Aid for Parents Workshop content

You will receive practical, hands-on learning. Our trainers will help you learn some key skills you really need to know:

  • dealing with an emergency
  • most common accidents in babies and children
  • accident prevention
  • choking baby and child
  • unconscious breathing baby and child
  • unconscious not breathing baby and child (CPR)
  • fever and febrile seizures
  • head injury
  • burns
  • severe allergic reaction
  • poisons
  • nosebleed
  • asthma attack
  • meningitis
  • broken bones, strains and sprains.
First Aid for Children Workshop content

Suitable for 7-16 year olds.

  • dealing with an emergency – how to contact the emergency services
  • choking
  • unconscious breathing baby and child
  • unconscious not breathing baby and child (CPR)
  • head injury
  • burns
  • severe allergic reaction
  • poisins
  • nosebleed
  • asthma attack
  • broken bones, strains and sprains.
Qualification

Each workshop participant will receive a Certificate of Attendance and a first aid flipchart full of helpful advice; this can be taken home and used to check and refresh your knowledge.

Insurance

The workshop costs €75 per person and will usually be covered by your health insurance under the category ‘preventative care’.
Click here for a summary of insurance companies reimbursements for First Aid courses (in Dutch).