CPR for Schools

First aid training in Kalisz

2018-02-12 13:43:37

CPR for Schools educational programme is based on a very simple, yet very effective premise: primary school teachers become first aid instructors for their pupils. This way first aid knowledge is becoming universally available to primary school children and up to date, nearly 3 million children have learned CPR and the basics of first aid. This time our instructors are demonstrating the elements of the CPR for Schools programme to the primary school teachers from Kalisz. 

 

Materiały, które otrzymują nauczyciele

 

The two-day CPR and first aid course is free and all teaching aids and materials such as handbooks and exercise books, manikins and DVDs are free. What is more, teachers who are actively participating in the CPR for Schools educational initiative can request new materials for their students. 

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