Face to Face Baby First Aid Course
Adelaide, At Our Venue
Our baby and child first aid courses are perfect for new and expecting parents. Our course will empower you with life-saving first aid skills and knowledge - so you can help your little one with confidence.
Our baby and child first aid course covers everything you need to know to protect your little one in a first aid emergency. Our course is the most comprehensive in the industry, and covers:
- Infant and child CPR
- Choking and gagging
- Healthcare options
- Febrile convulsions
- Pain relief
- Medication tips
- Respiratory distress
- Whooping cough
- Allergies and anaphylaxis
- Head injury
- Severe bleeding
- Minor bleeding
- Bites and stings
Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury, 2 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Morning Course: 9am-1pm
Afternoon Course: 2pm-6pm
Every parent who completes a Tiny Hearts First Aid course will receive lifetime access to our online course:
- Refresh your skills at any time, simply login to view the content!
- Module-based, so you can complete your learning at your own pace
- Covers additional content like drowning and asthma!
Babies At Public Courses
Due to venue restrictions, babies and children are unable to attend these courses. As we navigate a new COVID-normal world, we need to ensure that we adhere to strict social distancing policies. Also, babies deserve a lot of love and attention and this will ensure that you and every other participant is able to soak up as much life-saving education as possible. If you are unable to organise care for your little one, we recommend checking out our in-home course options.
We registered for this course as it was the most extensive out of the ones available in Adelaide and covered the most topics. Overall it was great, the instructor was very knowledgeable and the information was useful. However, the allocation of time between topics should be revisited - for example, most attendees indicated they were interested in learning about choking and yet this topic was rushed through at the end, while less important topics (e.g. pain relief) were allocated far too much time in my opinion. Also, it might be worth reinforcing in your reminder emails that if people are unwell they should stay at home - we were in a fairly crowded room with multiple people who were clearly unwell, which is quite distressing with so many pregnant women present.
Booked in for 10 April
We are booked in on 20th February so still 2 months away!!!! Will review then
I’m not booked in until January 30th! Looking forward to it as a proactive grandparent.
The course was incredibly extensive covering everything from the primary survey to febrile convulsions. Our instructor was clear in her explanations and was particularly concise when responding to questions. Thankyou tiny hearts for equipping us with the knowledge to keep our baby to be safe.