Pediatric First Aid for children supervisors and teachers

The program is designed to provide teachers and people who supervise children with the certified knowledge and confidence that the need to efficiently provide First Aid to sick or injured children.

It is designed and authorized by the American Paediatric Academy and certified by ECSI.

The program leads to the acquisition of an internationally recognized certificate from the Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI), a worldwide reputable organization, partner of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and of the American Academy of Orthopeadic Surgeons (AAOS), two of the most renowned medical institutions in the world.


The program is suitable for teachers, parents and all people who take care of children.
This program, through theoretical and practical training as well as the use of interactive materials, aims to properly train those who take care of children and teachers, so they can be able to efficiently provide First Aid to sick and injured children.
- Proper response in emergency situations

- Assessment of an emergency

- Shortness of breath

- Control of infections, bleeding and edema

- Common injuries, bone and muscle injuries

- Loss of consciousness, fainting and head injuries

- Convulsions and seizures

- Allergic reactions

- Stings and bites

- Poisonings

- Burns

- Injuries related to frostbite and heatstroke

- Eye injuries

- Oral injuries

- Prevention
The program’s duration is 5 hours.

At the end of the seminar the participants are tested in multiple choice questions.
- PedFacts book

- Training Certificate

- First Aid-provider certification card