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First Aid Training with St James'

                                                                                                      

Do you know what to do if a friend or a member of your family suffers a medical emergency?                                       

Come along and learn important FIRST-AID SKILLS                                        that might save the life of someone you love.

Course will include:

What to do in an emergency

How to deal with an unconscious casualty

CPR for adult, child and baby

How to deal with choking

How to deal with bleeding and burns

A brief look at some medical conditions including asthma, diabetes, anaphylaxis and febrile convulsions

 

Learning First Aid is a vital life skill suitable for all ages, but these courses will be aimed at those over 14. The course will run in St. James’ Church Hall, Little Roke Avenue for 2 ½ hours at a cost of £10.00 per person

There is no test or exam and plenty of practical hands-on experience. You will receive a participation certificate at the end of the course.

Places are limited for each session:

Friday 20 March 09.30-12.00

Monday 23 March 12.30-15.00

Thursday 30 April 19.00 – 21.30

 

For more details contact Corinne Fernandes on 07966412052 or to reserve a space email your name, contact number, email and preferred slot to DR.ABC@virginmedia.com

 

 

 


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