Family First Aid and AED Training

A bespoke family first aid session

Mentored by

Jen Fisher

Location address: Withyham, TN7 4BD
Chosen age group:

Ages: 18+ years

Available tickets:
Standard £20
Next date: None - Register your interest
A summary
During this 2.5 hour bespoke first aid information session for families we'll cover: -Getting help safely in an emergency -First aid kit essentials -Assessing a casualty -The recovery position -CPR -Using an AED -Head injuries -Wounds/Bleeding, shock and bandaging -Febrile seizures -Meningitis awareness -Choking -Burns -Fainting -asthma -allergies and anaphylaxis The session would be ideal for anyone wanting to learn some basic first and skills for adults or those with a school aged child.
About your mentor
Jen Fisher
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Jen has worked with children, teens, families and vulnerable adults for over 15 years and has experienced many real life first aid emergencies through these roles. Jen is a qualified Youth Worker and Leader in Charge having also managed a local youth club and detached youth work team. Since having her daughter, who is now a toddler, Jen has become increasingly aware of the need for families to be able to access first aid training and is passionate about making first aid accessible to children, parents and professionals.
Learning aim
Aim 1
To feel confident in any medical situation.
Pricing information
Ticket nameStandard
Where we'll be
Kings' Hall, Withyham Road, Withyham, East Sussex, TN7 4BD
Enhanced DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit

Please note

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Cancellation Policy
No refunds are given except in the case of a cancellation by the Mentor.

My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.