Emergency Paediatric First Aid – 6 hour (Level 2/3)

All Courses Are Fully Approved (Essex County Council) And Certificated

This course is designed for those that require training as evidence when working towards an NVQ in childcare and education, or if already in an Early Years setting are working alongside another that has a full 12 hour PFA certificate.

It has a variety of practical and theoretical elements to handle scenarios that may happen and ensures that you comply with Ofsted for the Voluntary Childcare Register and Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)


By attending this training you will be able to confidently and effectively manage a baby or child that;

  • Is unconscious and breathing
  • Is unconscious and not breathing
  • Is bleeding
  • Is choking
  • Is suffering with shock

In addition we will teach you how to identify and treat the following;

  • Asthma
  • Seizures

Throughout your training we will be reviewing how to safely approach a scenario, how to monitor your casualty and manage treatment of injuries or illnesses until help arrives.

We will provide you with all the equipment that you will need throughout your training with us.

It is advisable to wear comfortable clothing that is suitable for moving around as we like to do lots of practical activities where possible.

We provide hot drinks however lunch is not provided as part of your training. There are nearby facilities for you to visit during our learning break.

There is no assessment for this particular course as you will be reviewed throughout to ensure that your learning is as thorough as possible.

On successful completion of this course you will be issued with a certificate to show you have demonstrated the required skills which will be valid for 3 years.

Client Feedback


23rd, 24th & 25th November 2020.
The trainer was very good, very clear, I got to understand everything. He was very nice and very helpful. The work books were very helpful and clear to follow over the 3 days. I loved practicing with the mannequins in my own time at home. Hygiene was very good. I loved everything about the course, all was explained so I could understand what was required to be a good first aider, and yes, I passed as all of us did!

AlexandraFirst Aid at Work

23rd, 24th & 25th November 2020.
The course was a lot to take in but the trainer took his time to explain everything. The trainer was funny but serious when he had to be. The work books were great and easy to follow on the various contents of the 3 days. The mannequins were very clean and were well kept. I enjoyed the course, everything was explained very clearly and questions answered well, also making it fun hoped me remember things.

Zoe WitherallFirst Aid at Work

23rd, 24th & 25th November 2020.
The course was enjoyable and memorable.
The course was well set out in structured days.
It was good having our own mannequins to take home to practice and not having to share with others.
The workbooks were very helpful and easy to use.
The trainer was very knowledgeable and had good ways of explaining things un can easy way.

Hannah MasonFirst Aid at Work

I have just completed a course with one of the trainers from P J First Aid. The course was so interesting and I really enjoyed it, as they had many activities for us to carry out.

Anom.Early Years First Aid 2 day

Just finished my first aid course. It was really good, I learnt a lot from the course and went into depth which was good.

SophieEarly Years First Aid 2 day

28th & 29th October 2019
I completed an early years first aid course with P J First Aid Training, I found the course to be very useful and in depth. The trainer allowed us to take the mannequins home to practice, which helped the practical part of the test and everything was taught at a very good pace.

K. Lane.Early Years First Aid 2 day