Welcome to Our All Respected Subscribers & Readers,
First Aid to Save a Life (FATSAL) Pakistan is very pleased to announce today a very special one and evenly surprising training option which on whole is to facilitate families interested in arranging (learning) first aid trainings for their young children, for themselves to take best care of their children and an aged family members.
Not 100% in Pakistan but at work we have first aiders and first aid kits BUT at home, in the car, on holidays and day out it is only you who is responsible to take care of your family members. Out this training program, for parents and family members, is essential to help you in unexpected/unplanned emergencies.
Kids are our most precious treasures. What hurts them, hurts US. Our modest investment in training will give us confidence, learning and skills to use in an emergency.
Who Should Attend this Training?
This course is for families to learn first aid all together. There will be no barrier, fun oriented but motivated learning/conducive environment will help each family member, ranging from young children to grandparents, learn basics of first aid. Furthermore, It is for anyone who looks after infants, babies, young children & senior family members. It also covers general first aid, and CPR on adults. It provides your family with the skills to help each other in an emergency or when general accidents happen around the house.
Yes, we will start this service from March 01, 2012 where female trainers will lead complete training programs for families where only female participants and young kids are participating in a course.
Furthermore, assistant female instructors facility will be initiated from February 01, 2012 where they will involve in practicals and skill assessment process with female course participants.
Kindly contact training center director if your require more details.
To Your Health, Safety & Prosperity,
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