First Aid for Schools (PSHE) curriculum
First Aid is a vital skill and as such it’s important to deliver appropriate training.
Flat Stan first aid training workshops have been specifically designed for children aged between 4 – 11 years. The aim of Flat Stan is to teach younger children vital and essential life skills.
These skills are delivered using a course that is short enough to keep the children engaged, incorporating practical elements, ensuring the children not only learn, but have fun in the process.
Flat Stan first aid aims to allow children to interact, learn and have fun in a comfortable learning environment, at the same time benchmarking and meeting key stage and curricular objectives.
The Flat Stan workshops, booklets and Flat Stan training manikins, have been especially developed to allow first aid skills to be taught to children. These are delivered nationally by a team of experienced and DBS checked trainers, in a fun and enriching way on site at your school, sports club, after school club and parties.
Each 60 – 75 minute workshop session will provide the children with the skills, confidence and knowledge to help recognise a variety of first aid situations and how to deal with them. How to summon appropriate help, know what DRS-ABC stands for, how to check if someone is breathing, place a casualty into the recovery position, how to give chest compressions, help someone who is choking, bleeding or has a burn.
Young children are actually capable of providing help and assistance in an emergency situation, they must be given the opportunity to learn and develop skills which they can then use for the rest of their lives.
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