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HLTAID004 Provide an emergency First Aid Response in an education and care setting Training

CPR and HLTAID004  Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an education and care setting

Childcare and Education Industries, which includes; Family Day Care, Long Day Care, Out of Hours Care setting and Schools care for one of the most important people in the world, Our Children.

“The Queensland approved provider of a QEC approved service must ensure that the following persons are in attendance at any place a QEC service child is and immediately available in an emergency at all times the QEC service provides regulated education and care to the child— (a) at least 1 educator who holds a current approved first aid qualification; (b) at least 1 educator who has undertaken current approved anaphylaxis management training; (c) at least 1 educator who has undertaken current approved emergency asthma management training. Maximum penalty

;20 penalty units.”

Source: https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/E/EducCareServR13.pdf
HLTAID004  Provide an emergency First Aid Response  in an education and care setting Training

Training

Child Care First Aid training is to be updated every three years, CPR is every Twelve months. The new requirement for Teachers and Educators is HLTAID004 has many inclusive modules to assist them in every situation that could occur in an Education Setting, including; Anaphylaxis and Asthma Management, CPR for adults, children, and infants and First Aid Management.

Importance of First Aid and CPR Training in Education Setting

Children are very inquisitive people, learning through play and discovering new things every day. Some of these discoveries can be quite dangerous, which helps children, toddlers, and infants to learn the basics of life. Some of these discoveries can include; infants mouthing toys, introducing foods to infants and toddlers, and children playing in indoor or outdoor playgrounds, and/or infants, toddlers learning to walk, run, etc.

These events can lead to injuries including; head injuries (concussion); scrapes, cuts or grazes to knees, elbows etc; asthma attacks; anaphylaxis (Food reaction) or choking.

Some of these events can lead to severe illnesses or death in children if those caring for them are untrained.

Cardiac Safe offer onsite Practical training to the Childcare Industry and will assist in tailoring courses to suit your centers or schools needs.

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By |2019-04-12T10:52:21+10:00June 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on HLTAID004 Provide an emergency First Aid Response in an education and care setting Training

About the Author:

Tristan is a passionate trainer in the first aid and safety industry and enjoys ensuring that the training he delivers is engaging and practical. He volunteers with the State Emergency Services Queensland, and supports the local community by offering grants and subsidies for AEDs in the community program.