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Child First Aid (CFA)

SGD $200.00
(Inclusive GST)

Child First Aid topics will be embedded into the Standard First Aid Course Syllabus and further enhanced with BCLS + AED Course content.

This course is accredited by SRFAC and aims to provide participants with knowledge & techniques to recognise and mitigate injuries and medical emergencies like severe breathing difficulties and bleedings not only in adult casualties but also that in children and infants. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive 3 certifications – in BCLS+AED, SFA, CFA – each valid for two years.

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Eligible for Claim Period
11 Oct 2018 – 15 Aug 2022

Training Duration
2.5 Days (20 hours)

Training Grant Available
TGS-2020502294

Mode of Training
Classroom

Course Language
English

You should attend if you are:

  • Early childhood educator (Preschool teachers, childcare professionals)
  • Parents, child caregivers and babysitters

Child First Aid course is a compulsory course for childcare and preschool professionals under the Early Childhood Development Agency’s licensing framework.

The goal of this course is to provide relevant knowledge and skills in rendering first aid treatment to a child, toddler or infant during any emergency at the childcare centre or preschool.

The course syllabus has been updated as of 1st June 2020. Learners will now attain 3 different first aid certifications upon completion of this course.

  • Physically healthy and able to complete course objectives
  • Able to speak, read and understand English effectively as our courses are conducted in English.

This course provides the relevant knowledge and skills needed to first aid to an adult, a child or infant during any medical emergency that might arise at the childcare, pre-school centres or even at home.

  • Provide learners with safety information and standards for children and infants in Singapore
  • Prepare learners with the necessary skills in identifying, planning and managing a medical emergency at home or in school
  • Equip learners with the skills in rendering first aid for injuries and medical emergencies arising from common accidents among infants, children and adults
  • Equip learners with the skills in providing effective resuscitation (CPR) to an adult, child and an infant during medical emergencies

Content

  • Essentials of First Aid – Theory: 75 mins
  • Unconscious Casualty (Non-Cardiac Arrest) – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 30 mins
  • Respiratory Problems – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 90 mins
  • Shock, Bleeding and Wounds – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 60 mins
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries – Theory: 30 mins, Practical 90 mins
  • Burn Injuries – Theory: 30 min
  • Other First Aid Knowledge – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 30 mins
  • CPR(MTM) + AED – Theory: 45 mins, Practical 180 mins

Training Location

Rehau Building 1
King George’s Avenue
#04-00 S(208557)

Eligible for Claim Period
11 Oct 2018 – 15 Aug 2022

Training Duration
1.5 Days (13 hours)

Training Grant Available
TGS-2020502294

Mode of Training
Online
+
Classroom

Course Language
English

You should attend if you are:

  • Early childhood educator (Preschool teachers, childcare professionals)
  • Parents, child caregivers and babysitters 

Child First Aid course is a compulsory course for childcare and preschool professionals under the Early Childhood Development Agency’s licensing framework.

The goal of this course is to provide relevant knowledge and skills in rendering first aid treatment to a child, toddler or infant during any emergency at the childcare centre or preschool.

The course syllabus has been updated as of 1st June 2020. Learners will now attain 3 different first aid certifications upon completion of this course.

  • Physically healthy and able to complete course objectives
  • Able to speak, read and understand English effectively as our courses are conducted in English.

This course provides the relevant knowledge and skills needed to first aid to an adult, a child or infant during any medical emergency that might arise at the childcare, pre-school centres or even at home.

  • Provide learners with safety information and standards for children and infants in Singapore
  • Prepare learners with the necessary skills in identifying, planning and managing a medical emergency at home or in school
  • Equip learners with the skills in rendering first aid for injuries and medical emergencies arising from common accidents among infants, children and adults
  • Equip learners with the skills in providing effective resuscitation (CPR) to an adult, child and an infant during medical emergencies

Content

  • Essentials of First Aid – Theory: 75 mins
  • Unconscious Casualty (Non-Cardiac Arrest) – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 30 mins
  • Respiratory Problems – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 90 mins
  • Shock, Bleeding and Wounds – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 60 mins
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries – Theory: 30 mins, Practical 90 mins
  • Burn Injuries – Theory: 30 min
  • Other First Aid Knowledge – Theory: 60 mins, Practical 30 mins
  • CPR(MTM) + AED – Theory: 45 mins, Practical 180 mins

Total:

Theory: 7 hours, Practical 8 hours

Training Location

Rehau Building 1
King George’s Avenue
#04-00 S(208557)

Course Assessments

Each learner will be assessed based on their competencies in 2 key components: theory and practice.

Theory Assessments

(2 attempts allowed) - 1 hour

This assessment comes with 50 multiple choice questions. The questions are broken down into:

  • Child First Aid – 10 questions
  • Standard First Aid – 20 questions
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support + Automated External Defibrillator (BCLS + AED) – 20 questions

Practical Assessments

(3 attempts allowed) - 4 hours

For practical assessment, learners will undergo scenario-based tests. This is to ensure that they are able to carry out the necessary first-aid steps across multiple medical emergency scenarios.

In order to pass the practical assessment, 100% score is required.

Attendance

100% course attendance is required to be eligible for assessment.

Certifications

Upon successfully completing the course, learners will be awarded with these 3 certificates:

This course is accredited by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) and Early Childhood and Development Agency. The certification is valid for 2 years. Results will be released on the day of training or after 2 working days after the course ends. “A pass (credit card size) of achievement will be issued to all participants after the release of the results.

Accreditations

Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council
Early Childhood Development Agency Logo

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FAQs

The re-assessment fee of $40 applies for trainees who fail their 2nd attempt of the theory assessment.

Learners who fail in the practical assessment will have to retake both the theory and practical assessments.

Child first aid (CFA) course is a compulsory course for childcare and preschool professionals under the Early Childhood Development Agency’s licensing framework.

The goal of this course is to provide relevant knowledge and skills in rendering first aid treatment to a child, toddler or infant during any emergency at the childcare centre or preschool.

The course syllabus has been updated as of 1st June 2020. Learners will now attain 3 different first aid certifications upon completion of this course.

According to SRFAC, the class size will be capped at 16 learners per class. Whereas for practical sessions involving CPR and AED topics, the Instructor-to-Manikin-to-Learner ratio is 1:1:4.

Upon completion of the child first aid course, you should receive 3 certifications – in BCLS+AED, SFA, CFA – each valid for two years. To renew your certification, you will need to attend a refresher course 3 months before or after expiry of certificate. If your certification has lapsed more than 3 months from expiry, you will need to restart the certification process.

In general, each learner can complete the course in 20 hours. For Child First Aid Blended Course, the theory content will be delivered via e-learning, therefore, there will be a slight variation in terms of the number of hours it takes to complete.

Below is the full course breakdown.

The re-assessment fee of $40 applies for trainees who fail their 2nd attempt of the theory assessment.

Learners who fail in the practical assessment will have to retake both the theory and practical assessments.

Child first aid (CFA) course is a compulsory course for childcare and preschool professionals under the Early Childhood Development Agency’s licensing framework.

The goal of this course is to provide relevant knowledge and skills in rendering first aid treatment to a child, toddler or infant during any emergency at the childcare centre or preschool.

The course syllabus has been updated as of 1st June 2020. Learners will now attain 3 different first aid certifications upon completion of this course.

According to SRFAC, the class size will be capped at 16 learners per class. Whereas for practical sessions involving CPR and AED topics, the Instructor-to-Manikin-to-Learner ratio is 1:1:4.

Upon completion of the child first aid course, you should receive 3 certifications – in BCLS+AED, SFA, CFA – each valid for two years. To renew your certification, you will need to attend a refresher course 3 months before or after expiry of certificate. If your certification has lapsed more than 3 months from expiry, you will need to restart the certification process.

In general, each learner can complete the course in 20 hours. For Child First Aid Blended Course, the theory content will be delivered via e-learning, therefore, there will be a slight variation in terms of the number of hours it takes to complete.

Below is the full course breakdown.

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