First aid for all the family

First Aid Classes for Children

Our First Aid Classes are available for children from as young as 3 years old.  Both our Early Years (ages 3-6) and Kids classes (7-11) have won awards and provide children with the basic first aid knowledge required for a first aid emergency.

You can book onto a public class at a local venue, or you can enquire about classes to take place in schools, clubs or privately arranged venues.

Early Years First Aid

Mini First Aid Early Years classes are for children aged 3-6 and work with the Early Years Curriculum. Children learn about what happens to their bodies if they are hurt and how they would be treated by a grown up. 

There are 2 classes available;

  • In class 1 children meet Freddie who not only knows how to ring 999 but also knows his address when mummy is poorly.
  • In class 2 children learn the importance of safe eating practice as Freddie and his friends share the importance of Sit, Chop & Chew.

After each class children will receive a certificate for attending. The award-winning classes are loved by all.

Mini First Aid Kids

Mini First Aid Kids is designed for children aged 7-11. Children are starting to be more independent and can understand basic first aid.  In the 1-hour session, Children learn to deal with bumps, burns, breaks and bleeding, carry out CPR and deal with choking.  The class is practical, lots of fun and involves lots of activities for the children to enjoy.  A favourite with schools and voluntary groups, the class can also be organised for private groups.

Find a Class Near You

The closest regions to Ashburn are below. Please select one.

Photo of Glasgow North and Central

Glasgow North and Central

Covering West End, Bearsden, Milngavie, Killearn, Bishopbriggs, Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and North Glasgow.

Photo of Ayrshire and Inverclyde

Ayrshire and Inverclyde

Covering Ayr, Kilmarnock, Greenock, Bridge of Weir, Cumnock and West Glasgow.

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Glasgow South

Covering Paisley, Blantyre, Barrhead, East Kilbride and South Glasgow.

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