CPR for Schools

We team up with volunteer firefighters

2018-03-07 10:52:26

We have embarked on a partnership with volunteer firefighters at the end of 2017. Local volunteer firefighting departments became involved in the CPR for Schools educational initiative. What does it mean? It means that firefighters will pass their first aid and CPR knowledge to the pupils of local schools by leading extra CPR for Schools classes in the area. 

 

Uczestnicy i instruktorzy biorący udział w szkoleniu

 

610 units of volunteer fire departments have joined the educational initiative, and it means that firefighters, who already know how to administer first aid, require additional training on how to rely this knowledge to primary school children. The courses are taught by our dedicated CPR for Schools instructors. The training is, of course, free and all volunteer departments are free to join the initiative at any time. 

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