EVERYONE should know CPR & Basic First Aid
Learning CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and basic first aid can quite possibly mean the difference between life and death for someone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest or other medical emergency.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada advises that being able to administer CPR and basic first aid during the first few minutes of a medical emergency is crucial to the survival and recovery of a victim. Having these skills allows you to become a vital first responder when help is needed.
Everyone has the power to save a life. At least one person in every household, at every business or workplace and on every office floor should be trained and certified in CPR and basic first aid. On average, it takes emergency personnel 12 minutes to arrive on scene. For someone who is choking or has stopped breathing that may be too late. By learning simple rescue skills, you can go from a helpless bystander to a person with the ability to take control and help someone during an emergency. Therefore, attend the next CPR and Basic First Aid Training Course!
A WE² bit about Liliana:
Liliana is a certified lifeguard since 1995 and has worked in the health field since 1998.
Certified with the Heart and Stroke Foundation, she offers thorough and flexible training programs, which help prepare for emergencies and life-threatening situations. Courses are available for administering help to infants, children and adults, as well as, for fulfilling training requirements for workplaces and for professional rescuers.
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Saturday March 13, 2010, 1:00-5:00pm
Lili’s Living Laughter Centre
5-5B Centre Commercial,
Roxboro, Qc., Canada H8Y 2N9 Map
Workshop Cost :
$45 for We2 members, and $55 for non-We2 members and guests
To register, contact Liliana De Leo by calling 514-575-2033 or by e-mail
Liliana De Leo
Certificates will be issued by the Heart & Stroke Foundation and valid for 3 years.
Liliana De Leo