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First Aid - Common Illnesses and Injuries

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The aim of this training is to provide you with an understanding of common illnesses and injuries, so you feel confident in dealing with a medical situation in your setting.

The training material has been devised by Paula Colman from PACO First Aid, who has over 20 years' experience in first aid and has previously trained as a volunteer community first responder for the ambulance service.

This item contains the assignment: First Aid - Common Illnesses and Injuries in Children
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Certificate number: A021105

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