Mater Mothers' First Aid for Babies

Mater Mothers’ Hospitals, in collaboration with Mater Education, is now offering a first aid course specifically for parents with babies.
 
It’s something a lot of parents have asked for and is another step to continuing Mater's exceptional care into the home.
 
The 2.5 hour course was developed to equip parents with the knowledge, skills and confidence to care for their baby should they face an emergency. Participants learn to identify, respond to and manage common infant injuries and emergencies immediately, and when to go to hospital.
 
The hands-on session includes information on:

  • resuscitation (CPR) for infants and young children
  • choking
  • poisoning
  • burns
  • bleeding
  • fractures
  • allergic reactions
  • respiratory illnesses.

 It was developed by a highly qualified and experienced team including educators who train Mater’s exceptional staff, Mater Children’s Hospital emergency clinicians and is endorsed by clinicians working across both Mater Mothers’ Hospitals’ Neonatal Critical Care Unit and Mater Children’s Private Brisbane.

For more information about Mater Mothers' Hospitals, visit the website.

Cost

$90 per person
$160 per couple
$135 per couple who have delivered, or are booked to deliver their baby at Mater Mothers' Hospital

Includes a booklet and quick reference magnet.

Cancellation and refund policy.

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Discount codes:

  • Individual registration, please use code "SINGLE"
  • Mater parents* registration, please use "MATER PARENTS"
* By claiming this discount, you agree to provide proof of being a Mater Parent upon request. If you cannot provide requested proof, you may be required to pay the full couple rate.


Currently no sessions are available for this course.

Please contact us to find out about upcoming sessions for this course.

For further information or to book a place in the course, please phone Mater Mothers’ Hospitals' Parent Education Team on 07 3163 8847 (select option 4).
 
It’s a baby-friendly class; if you’re attending after the birth of your baby you’re welcome to bring them along.