The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF) qualification is the starting point for anyone involved in the delivery of learning.
Completing this course will meet the needs of those who do not require practical first aid input as extensive knowledge is already held – typically Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, First Aid at Work certificate holders or recognised equivalent such as EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER – FROS® Blended – (remotefirstaid.co.uk).
Who should attend?
There is no “hands-on” first aid taught on this course-candidates must have a strong first aid/medical background before considering this course. Candidates wishing to use the course to train First Aid at Work (FAW) courses must be in possession of a valid FAW certificate, or equivalent unless exempt, at the start of the course. Those who don’t meet this criteria should consider attending the EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONDER – FROS® Blended – (remotefirstaid.co.uk) course.
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.
Where and When?
At your venue at dates to suit your group, Or individuals may enrol on to our Cardiff open dates.
Cardiff Open Dates
Monday 15th November to Friday 19th November 2021 (FULL) and Monday 22nd & 23rd November.
Monday 13th December to Friday 17th December 2021 (2 SPACES) and 21st & 22nd December. (FULL).
Monday 7th to Friday 11th and Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th January 2022
For up to 10 delegates
When joining us
Fees include all training, learning materials, assessments and ongoing support on course.
- 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 two practical and two theory sessions during the course. These will be assessed, and feedback given to the potential instructor, by a senior member of Remote First Aid.
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:
- provide an in-date FAW certificate-unless providing proof of being a Registered General Nurse, Doctor or State Registered Paramedic
- hold a generic recognised training qualification
- have 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 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 and 7th day’s we assess first aid knowledge and go through the framework of first aid training delivery and includes a further two micro-teach sessions. The First Aid at Work Certificate and the Paediatric First Aid Certificate will be awarded to every candidate on successful completion.