An increasing number of children and young people with disabilities and medical needs are being included in mainstream, private, voluntary and independent sector settings. A significant number require assistance with intimate personal care, especially toileting.
This full day course is for foster care training provides the knowledge and skills required to perform First Aid. There is a combination of theory and practical exercises that will enable you to treat children and young people who have suffered accidents and received injuries as a result.
Child Care Training Course | Delivered onsite to groups of up to 15 learners
Sexually Harmful Behaviours in Children Training gives support staff more confidence to identify potentially harmful sexual behaviour in children and young adults and understand levels of concern in respect of this.
Child Care Course | Onsite Group Training for up to 15 Learners
Child Sexual Exploitation Training helps learners to understand the complexities involved with child sexual exploitation issues and be more aware of how to recognise individuals most at risk, why young people respond in the way that they do and how children become implicated in Child Sexual Exploitation.
This (ADHD) training course is delivered to staff who support children and adults with Disorder. The course will give attendees a broader understanding of the issues associated with ADHD and the daily challenges for those with ADHD.
Self Harm Training & Ligature Training is essential for all staff who support individuals who are at risk of attempting suicide or self-harm by a number of means including the application of a ligature.
We give delegates skills and knowledge to recognise self harm and ligature injuries, safely remove someone from various means of strangulation and how to treat them post ligature.
This qualification provides theoretical and practical training in emergency first aid techniques that are specific to infants aged under 1, and children aged from 1 year old to the onset of puberty. Learners undertaking this qualification will be able to provide support to the paediatric first aider to maintain the welfare of infants and children.