A simple routine refuelling or quick drive, ride around the block can go wrong. Education in rapid immediate first aid will make a difference to an individual’s outcome and can save a life
WHO will benefit? You, individuals and group involved.
Due to the nature and environment of New Zealand, individuals need to take responsibility for their health and well-being. A simple routine refuelling or quick drive, ride around the block can go wrong. Education in rapid immediate first aid will make a difference to an individual’s outcome and can save a life, allowing time for the advance trauma medical teams to take over. Your individual actions will make a difference.
WHAT will you gain? Appropriate first aid, for the environment you choose to play in to be able to address any first aid needs. The knowledge and confidence to help others. How to deal with trauma, amputations, severe bleeding and how to manage the situation.
WHEN is a good time for you have a course? Anytime, the sooner the better.
WHERE? Ideally your environment either outside or inside. If that is not an option then a local venue will be provided.
WHY? We all need first aid training in order to reduce pain and suffering of a casualty/casualties, to save lives if possible.
HOW? By having a first aid course that meets your requirements, courses which meet New Zealand Resuscitation level two guidelines and an instructor with experience and knowledge of trauma, casualty and first aid training.