The National Safety Council Pediatric First Aid program covers the latest techniques for emergency care and practical safety tips for preventing injuries to infants and children. This program is particularly designed to meet the special needs of infants and children with special consideration for medical conditions such as asthma and diabetes. Participants are thought to deal with common injuries such as head bumps, tooth loss and objects lodged in the ears or nose.
- Child Safety
- Breathing and Cardiac Emergencies
- Childhood illness such as whooping cough, chickenpox, conjunctivitis and head lice
- Children with disabilities
- Dealing with signs of abuse and neglect
The course is completed in 1 or 2 days
- Law enforcement professionals
- Individuals interested in being prepared to deal with such emergencies
On successful completion of the course participants will receive a Certificate from the National Safety Council. It is recommended that the certificate be renewed every 3 years.