Level 3 EAT is the starting point for anyone involved in the delivery of learning, the course is part of the National Qualifications Framework and is set at Level 3. This combined with the Adult & Paediatric First Aid Instructor course provides the necessary training qualifications to deliver both First Aid training within the workplace and Paediatric First Aid. Delegates leaving this course should be able to deliver both Emergency First Aid at Work, First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid courses.
This course suits those who do not require practical first aid input as extensive knowledge is already held – typically Nurses, Paramedics, First Responders etc. Delegates must hold an in date First Aid at Work certificate as a minimum, if not one of the above.
Where and When?
At your venue on dates to suit your group.
Who should attend
There is a considerable amount of written work to be completed. This will involve reading of supplied reference books, researching specific topics, applying theory to practical scenarios and demonstrating knowledge and understanding through written work. Therefore, candidates for this course should have a good standard of written and verbal communications skills.
- The roles and responsibilities of a teacher in education
- Relationships between different professionals in education and training
- Inclusive teaching and learning approaches to meet the needs of learners
- Creating a safe and supportive learning environment that engages and motivates their learners
- Planning, delivery and evaluation of inclusive teaching and learning
- Reflecting on their own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills
- Identify different types and methods of assessment
- In addition students will receive training and advice in delivering and assessing First Aid courses. Students will also deliver a minimum of one practical and one theory session each in the course of the week. These will be assessed, and feedback given to the potential instructor, by a senior member of Aid Training
On successful completion and by holding an in date First Aid at Work certificate or being exempt* students will be qualified to train and assess First Aid courses. *Includes Registered General Nurse, Doctor or State Registered Paramedic.
Under current HSE guidance those training First Aid at Work must meet, as a minimum, the following criteria:
- Current, in-date FAW certificate-unless a Registered General Nurse, Doctor or State Registered Paramedic
- Training qualification and/or experience
- Background in first aid within the workplace
Assessment & certification
The course is assessed by completing a series of assignments, and the delivery of two micro-teaching sessions. A combination of City & Guilds and Aid Training Certification. The Award in Education & Training element is generic so delegates on the first 5 days of this course will be training in a variety of subjects. On the 6th day we assess first aid knowledge and run through the framework of first aid training delivery.
Pricing & booking
The cost of this course is £5000 + VAT for up to 10 students when run at your venue. This includes certification and comprehensive manuals for each student.