Sat, Mar 18|
First Aid for Parents
In this class you will gain the knowledge and confidence to support a child when they injure themselves or are unwell with UK Paediatrician Camilla. Topics include, medical emergencies, allergic reactions, childhood diseases, skin injuries & poisoning.
Time & Location
Mar 18, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Amsterdam, Postjesweg 68, 1057 ED Amsterdam, Netherlands
About the Event
Who is this class for? Anyone looking after children
What will you leave with? Knowledge and confidence to support a child when they injure themselves or are unwell.
- Medical Emergencies: Respiratory distress, Fever/Febrile convulsions, Allergic reactions and anaphylaxis
- Childhood diseases: Diarrhoea & Vomiting, Meningitis, Common rashes
- Skin injuries
- Active bleeds/ Nose bleed
- Foreign object in nose, ear, eye
- Lost/broken tooth
- Trauma: Head injuries, suspected fracture or sprain
What should you bring with you? Any specific concerns that you want addressed.
First Aid courses may be covered by your insurance. This varies from company to company so please check with yours to see if you can claim the cost of the course. Dr Camilla is registered with the European Resuscitation Council and can provide you with a certificate and receipt for the course.
About your teacher:
Dr. Camilla is a Pediatric doctor from the U.K with a specialist interest in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Neonatal Medicine, Simulation Training in Medical Education and Global Child Health. Co-Founder of Newborn & Beyond; an educational service teaching newborn and child Basic Life Support skills and First Aid.
+€1.88 service fee
+€1.88 service fee0
Frequently Asked Questions
Where will this event take place?
The Labour Dept is located in the heart of Amsterdam west at 68 Postjesweg. Our Space is easy to get to by foot, bike or public transport (7, 17, 18, 1)
Does it matter where in my parenthood journey I am?
Unless specified, from pregnancy, to postpartum to raising teens- you're welcome to attend our events at any stage of your parenthood journey.
What facilities are available for babies?
We have a diaper changing station, water heater for bottles, breastfeeding chair and pillow and plenty of multisensory interactive toys for your mini.
What language will be spoken?
It's not uncommon for a group at The Labour Dept. to be made up with people from over 5 different countries. To accommodate our diverse community, all of our classes are taught in English.
How many people can I expect?
We like to keep things small in order to create an environment that facilitates community! On average we have between 5 and 15 participants.
Can I bring my mini?
We love babies and kids! Most of our events are mini friendly, if you're unsure please don't hesitate to send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I bring my stroller or pram?
Our space is small, please avoid bringing a pram. Stroller parking is outside.
Where can I see what else is coming up?
This page has all of our upcoming events broken down by pregnancy, postpartum, parenthood and mini :-)