Accredited by Singapore Resuscitation & First Aid Council (SRFAC) and aims to provide participants with knowledge & techniques to recognize and mitigate injuries and medical emergencies like severe breathing difficulties and bleedings not only in adult casualties but also that in children and infants. This course includes certification for Standard First Aid and Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) + AED.
Participants are required to have a valid Child First Aid Certificate to be able to participate in this refresher course.
Follow Emergency Action Principles & Practice of First Aid
Demonstrate First Aid for Airway & Breathing Emergencies
Demonstrate CPR skill
Demonstrate First Aid for Unconscious Victim
Demonstrate First Aid for Bones, Muscles & Joint Injuries
Demonstrate First Aid for Soft Tissue Injuries & Controlling Bleeding
Demonstrate First Aid for Poisonings
Demonstrating first aid for head, spine, and lower limbs injuries
Common Childhood Conditions
Early childhood educators (Preschool teachers, childcare professionals),
Parents, child caregivers and babysitters.
Individuals keen on learning child and infant first aid skills and knowledge
Child First Aid Course for Infant / Child Care Providers Cert – Accredited by Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) and Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an e-certificate via email and physical card valid for 2 years.
Participants are required to submit their passport size photo (.jpeg) in digital format upon receiving the confirmation email.
$180+GST. SSG Funding of between 50% – 70% is available for age 21 and above.
SSG Training Grant
Applicable to Singaporean & Singapore PR aged 21 years and above for self-sponsored and employer-sponsored training. Have never attended the same course before. Successfully complete the course and pass the assessment. In the event this requirement is not met, the full course fee will have to be paid. For employer-sponsored training, the employer must the entity which pays the salary of the trainee and other statutory benefits such as CPF contribution. Application for funding will be made on the participants behalf upon advice provided at the point of course registration.
Skills Future Credit
Singapore citizens aged 25 and above are eligible to use their SkillsFuture credit to pay for the course fee. The trainee has to submit the claim (course fee plus GST) to SSG before the course commences. SSG does not accept claims submitted after the course commences. Those who do not meet the eligibility criteria for claim will need to pay for the full course fee before the start date of the course.
For both Training Grant and Skills Future Credit application, funding is subject to approval by SSG.
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