Early years training courses across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex
If you’re planning to enrol in an early years training course, you can count on MJ Training of Lowestoft for quality training. Call us for more information, if you’re in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and London, and the East of England.
Early Years' Training Courses
– Youth Groups
The following courses are vital for your staff and volunteers to enable them to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the young people in their care:
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(Either accredited or non-accredited certificate awarded)
Emergency Paediatric First Aid
Paediatric First Aid
Moving of People Safely
Health & Safety
Paediatric first aid
Although this qualification does not fully meet Ofsted requirements, this course satisfies the requirements for gaining the ‘Millies Mark’. This quality mark, if being applied for by nurseries, pre-schools etc, which requires all staff working with children to have at least the one day Emergency Paediatric First Aid Certificate, with additional 2 day Paediatric First Aiders still required as well. Plus all new staff working towards their childcare qualification require at least this one day Emergency Paediatric First Aid Certificate within 2 months of starting their placement.
Again on this course we also cover adult CPR and Choking procedures and we provide ongoing support for the lifetime of the certificate. Along with renewal reminders, a revision service as well as the option to call us 24/7 for support following any administering of first aid.
We offer one and two day paediatric first aid courses each month. To find out more information on the forthcoming open course dates at our venue in Lowestoft, Suffolk, or to book a course at your own venue, either email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01502 560 779.
Emergency paediatric first aid
We also provide ongoing support for all our courses for the lifetime of the certificate. We also provide renewal reminders, a revision service as well as the option to call us 24/7 for support following any administering of first aid.
We offer one and two day paediatric first aid courses each month. To find out more information on the forthcoming dates or to book a course, either email us on email@example.com or call on 01502 560 779.
Early Years Package for a great deal
What’s covered in the Early Years Package?
– The 2 day Paediatric First Aid course
– Fire Safety
– Manual Handling
This course entails two days of face to face training, along with some home study. On completion of the course, the candidates will be awarded the Paediatric First Aid Certificate along with our non-accredited Fire Safety and Manual Handling Certificates. If covering the optional Safeguarding this takes another half day/evening to complete, on top of the 2 day course.
For our Paediatric First Aid Courses, you can gain either the Level 3 Award in Emergency Paediatric First Aid (RCF) Certificate or Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RCF) Certificate. Or we can award the non-accredited version, exactly the same course, just not the Ofqual accredited certificate, saving you a little bit on cost. We do advise to check with your insurers and local authority however to ensure they will accept the non-accredited version.
The impact of a fire is always very devastating. One of the primary benefits of undergoing fire safety training is that you will learn a few fire safety tips. Follow them and you can save lives and minimise damage in case of a fire. Saving lives become easier when necessary measures are in place and effective procedures followed. Few things you can install to minimise fire damages when they occur are fire alarms, emergency lighting, smoke detectors, escape routes and fire routes. If you are willing to ensure your safety, there are a few fire safety rules you can follow.
5 Fire Safety Rules Taught During Fire Safety Training
- Check The Smoke Alarms
Just installing a few smoke alarms in your property is not sufficient. You need to ensure that they are working correctly. If the alarm in your kitchen doesn’t alert you even after the bacon has burned, it is an indication that you have to install a new smoke alarm. Their primary objective is to use visual and audio signalisation to warn people about a possible fire and save lives. Check them every week instead of removing the batteries just because you think that you won’t require them.
- Quit Cigarettes
Whether you are willing to keep your residential or commercial property safe, make sure you ban indoor smoking. You will be surprised to know that careless smoking is one of the leading causes of fire deaths. Leaving burning cigarettes unattended is a strict no-no! Don’t smoke if there is gas, aerosol cans, newspapers, paints or other flammable object around. Such fire accidents can occur anytime and the easiest way to prevent them is by completely removing the risks.
- Avoid Burning Candles
Even if you are one of those people who love burning candles and incense, avoid lighting them in your room if you want to prevent fire hazards. Though scented candles help students unwind and chill out, they are often banned from campus accommodations by the hostel authority. Reed diffusers and battery candles are always considered to be a safer alternative. They even last longer than traditional candles and help you save money.
- Know The Safety Equipment
People undergoing fire safety training in Norfolk are taught how to use fire blankets, fire extinguishers and other fire safety equipment. Whether you have them in your home or office, remember where you are keeping them and how to use them. Every second matters in case of a fire. Even if you have a tight budget, buy a small fire extinguisher and you can have more peace of mind.
- Switch Off Phone Chargers
Not everyone using smartphones are aware of the fact that fires caused due to phone chargers is gradually enhancing. Don’t forget to switch off the charger after it has charged completely. If you are planning to replace them, buy official replacements. They are manufactured and tested to the highest industry standards and are safe.
These being said, it’s time you follow the fire safety tips stated above and undergo relevant fire safety training to keep yourself and your family members safe.