Safeguarding Level 3
It promotes awareness and sensitivity to safeguarding enabling learners to be able to identify issues and emphasises the responsibility to ensure that concerns are reported and acted on appropriately.
- How long is the course?
The minimum classroom contact time of 7 hours must be delivered over a minimum of 1 day.
- How many units are there?
There are two units consisting of theoretical and practical work.
- What do the units cover?
A range of subjects are covered including:
Responsibilities and reporting; Resuscitation; Assessment of the situation; Fainting; Dealing with an unresponsive casualty; Choking; Head injuries; Diabetes; Infantile convulsions; Foreign bodies; Control of bleeding; Anaphylaxia; Eye injuries; Fractures; Heat and Cold; Asthma; Sickle cell anaemia; Meningitis; Burns; and Shock.
- How is it assessed?
The qualification is assessed by written assessment. A learner must successfully pass the written assessment to achieve the qualification. There is no grading of the assessment; learners pass or are referred.
The learner will complete a written assessment paper containing 10 open and multiple choice questions needing to achieve a minimum of 7 out of 10 to pass. The duration of the assessment is 30 minutes.
- Who is the Awarding Body?
This qualification is awarded by First Aid Awards.
- How many candidates can be in a group?
We deliver to a minimum group size of 4 and up to a maximum of 12 candidates.
- Where is the training held?
This course can be held at a location of your choice. We will work with you to find a suitable location, for example your workplace or a local community centre. Courses can be held anywhere across Hampshire.
- How much does it cost?
£60+VAT per person; group discounts are available so please contact us to find out more.
- How do I book?