12 Hour Paediatric First Aid – Blended Option

Mini First Aid is an award winning First Aid training provider and is accredited by the First Aid Industry Body to deliver First Aid Qualification courses for those who require a first aid qualification.

This class is an FAIB accredited blended learning option to reduce contact time training and give learners flexibility. All the same quality training, delivered in a blended format with practical assessment in class.

This 12 hour course consists of 6 hours online and 6 hours class based.

On completion delegates receive a qualification valid for 3 years.

This is a First Aid Industry Body Accredited Course.

£80 per person – 2 day course (1 day online and 1 face to face)

Qualification title: Full 12 Hour Paediatric First Aid Certificate (blended version)


A minimum of six contact hours in the classroom, consisting of practical and theoretical activities, plus an online module (approx. 6 hours)


A range of subjects are covered including:

  • Responsibilities and reporting
  • Resuscitation and AED awareness
  • Burns
  • Assessment of the situation
  • Choking
  • Dealing with an unresponsive casualty
  • Minor injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Basic hygiene in First Aid
  • Bleeding control
  • Shock


Practical assessment is on-going by the instructor, and a three year qualification will be issued to those who satisfy the criteria. This course is FAIB accredited and satisfies Ofsted and EYFS requirements for First Aid.


A maximum of 8 students are allowed. Over 16’s only.

What to bring on the day

Participants are required to wear comfortable clothing allowing practical tasks to be carried out. Participants are also advised to bring a packed lunch with them on the day. Teas and coffee with be provided alongside drinking water.

It is ESSENTIAL to bring proof that you have completed the E-learning module in advance of attending the face to face aspect of the class.

All delegates must wear face coverings inside the centre including those with a medical exemption. When it is necessary to remove masks (to eat, drink or demonstrate rescue breathes) attendees should adhere to strict social distancing measures.