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Draycott Sports Camp

Oakhurst Primary School

Pioneer Road

Swindon

Wiltshire

SN25 2HY

 

Tel: 07581045845

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DSC Safe

Draycott Sports Camp is partnered with first aid trainer, John Collett to deliver first aid to children and adults across Swindon and the surrounding areas. DSC Safe was launched in March 2018, with the incentive to introduce first aid into schools and workforces, enabling children and adults to become 'a hero for life'.  As well as empowering adults with the confidence to respond in an emergency, extending first aid training to children teaches them to care for others, equipping them with skills to be the difference between a life lost and a life saved. We have already successfully trained over 1500 children across North Swindon through our Sports Camps and in local schools, and have provided Emergency First Aid at Work training to adults in the professional industry.

We have led sessions in:

Oakhurst Primary School

Bridlewood Primary School

Orchid Vale Primary School

Red Oaks Primary School

St Joseph's Catholic College

We are able to provide you with accredited training, and can tailor packages to suit your needs. Our first aid package for children includes teaching the following skills:

  • CPR 

  • Choking

  • The Recovery Position

  • Making an Emergency Call

Our first aid packages for adults are as listed below:

Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)

The workplace can often be a dangerous place with many actual and potential hazards. This DSC Safe course gives individuals the confidence to put newly gained skills into practice, where required in the workplace.

The one day course provides learners with an essential range of basic first aid skills and knowledge, and is ideally suited to lower-risk workplace environments, where a risk assessment has identified a need for first aid skills & knowledge.

Who should attend?

  • Staff working in lower-risk workplace environments

  • First aid beginners

  • People needing to renew their basic first aid skills and knowledge

  • Learners of all confidence levels 

  • Anyone who works in an industry that requires Emergency First Aid at Work Training

 

Duration – 6 hours

Primarily with reference to adults, areas covered include:-

  • The Role of the First Aider:

    • Regulations

    • Reporting accidents

    • First aid kits

  • Primary Care (Emergency Care):

    • Scene assessment

    • Barrier use

    • Primary Survey (D.R.A.B.C)

    • Unresponsive breathing person - recovery position

    • Unresponsive non-breathing person – CPR

    • Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

    • Choking

    • Bleeding

    • Shock

    • Spinal injuries

  • Secondary Care:

    • Nosebleeds, splinters, eye injuries.

    • Allergic reactions - Anaphylaxis (use of Epipen)

    • Poisoning

    • Burns

    • Head injuries

    • Bandages/Fractures

    • Seizures

    • Diabetes

    • Asthma

 

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the delegates, there is no final exam. Those delegates who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard, are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years. Under the current guidelines it is strongly recommended that first aid trained staff attend refresher training every twelve months.

 

First Aid at Work (FAW)

This 3 day FAW course covers all areas from the 1 day EFAW course in more detail. It has the added benefit of more practise time including realistic scenarios, equipping learners with the skills and confidence to become active first aiders in their place of work.

 

Who should attend?

  • Those who are aged 16 or over and need to be a first aider in the workplace

(Once qualified, holders of this First Aid at Work certificate can be used as First Aiders in the workplace in accordance with the HSE regulations and recommendations.)

Duration – 18 hours over 3 days

 

Primarily with reference to adults, areas covered include:-

  • Role of the First Aider:

    • Regulations

    • Reporting accidents

    • First aid kits

  • Primary Care (Emergency Care):

    • Scene assessment

    • Barrier use

    • Primary Survey (D.R.A.B.C)

    • Unresponsive breathing person - recovery position

    • Unresponsive non-breathing person – CPR

    • Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

    • Choking

    • Bleeding

    • Shock

    • Spinal injuries

  • Secondary Care:

    • Nosebleeds, splinters, eye injuries.

    • Allergic reactions - Anaphylaxis (use of Epipen)

    • Poisoning

    • Burns

    • Head injuries

    • Bandages/Fractures

    • Seizures

    • Diabetes

    • Chest injuries

 

Delegates are independently examined on the final afternoon of the course. Upon successful completion, certification is valid for three years. Learners that have previously completed the full 3 day First Aid at Work Course and their certification is in date or within 28 days after the expiry date, they may wish to consider the 2 day re-qualification course. 

Note - The HSE 'strongly recommends' that first aid trained staff attend refresher training every 12 months - before completing full re-qualification training at the three year point.

Emergency Paediatric First Aid

The course takes place over six hours on a single day and will include both theory and practical sessions. 

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who care for young children in the absence of their parents. (This includes childminders, Nannies, Au Pairs, or parents wanting to learn lifesaving skills)

 

A full 12-hour course is available for those that need the qualification to meet the requirements of the EYFS, Ofsted and a setting's own Risk Assessment.

Duration – 6 hours (1 day)

Primarily with reference to children and infants, areas covered include:

  • Role of the First Aider

    • Regulations

    • Reporting accidents

    • First aid Kits

  • Primary Care (Emergency Care):

    • Scene assessment

    • Barrier use

    • Primary Survey (D.R.A.B.C)

    • Unresponsive breathing person - recovery position

    • Unresponsive non-breathing person – CPR

    • Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

    • Choking

    • Bleeding

    • Shock

    • Spinal injuries

  • Secondary Care:

    • Nosebleeds, splinters, eye injuries

    • Allergic Reactions - Anaphylaxis (use of Epipen)

    • Poisoning

    • Burns

    • Head injuries

    • Bandages/Fractures

    • Seizures

    • Diabetes

Paediatric first aid certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment. There is no final examination. On successful completion of the course, delegates will be awarded certification valid for three years, after which time they will need to renew their certification.

FULL Paediatric First Aid

This course is in line with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and meets the needs of Ofsted.

 

Who should attend?

  • Childminders, Nursery and School Staff (working withing the Foundation Stage)

  • Anybody who works with children and wants a more in-depth knowledge

 

The 12 hour Paediatric First Aid Course covers all areas from the 1 day Emergency Paediatric Course but in more detail, and with the addition of Meningitis, Febrile Convulsions and Sickle Cell Anemia.

Course duration -  2 days

Primarily with reference to children and infants, areas covered include:-

  • Role of the First Aider:

    • Regulations

    • Reporting accidents

    • First aid kits

  • Primary Care (Emergency Care):

    • Scene assessment

    • Barrier use

    • Primary Survey (D.R.A.B.C)

    • Unresponsive breathing person - recovery position

    • Unresponsive non-breathing person – CPR

    • Automated External Defibrillators (AED)

    • Choking

    • Bleeding

    • Shock

    • Spinal injuries

  • Secondary Care

    • Nosebleeds, splinters, eye injuries

    • Allergic reactions - Anaphylaxis (use of Epipen)

    • Poisoning

    • Burns

    • Head injuries

    • Bandages/Fractures

    • Seizures

    • Diabetes

    • Meningitis

    • Febrile convulsions

    • Sickle cell anemia

Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the delegate. Those who complete the course and are deemed to have reached the required standard are issued with a certificate that is valid for three years. 

For further information, or to discuss additional first aid training available, or to book DSC Safe for your establishment, please email info@draycottsportscamp.com