TWO free Emergency First Aid at Work training courses for Town Centre BID levy payers are fully subscribed.
Now the BID team is looking to run further courses to meet the demand.
The six hour courses in April and May cover all the essentials of emergency first aid.
The programme features:
◾️Understanding the roles and responsibilities of a First Aider.
◾️Being able to assess an incident.
◾️Being able to assist an unresponsive casualty.
◾️Treating a casualty with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
◾️Recognising and assisting a casualty who is choking.
◾️Being able to assist a casualty with external bleeding.
◾️Treating a casualty in shock.
◾️Managing a casualty with a minor injury.
◾️Treating a casualty having a seizure.
◾️Treating a casualty with a burn.
◾️Treating a casualty experiencing anaphylactic shock.
Susie O’Neill, Bournemouth Town Centre BID’s Business Liaison Officer, said: “We feel this is an important, helpful and practical course to deliver and it could save someone’s life.
“We have been delighted with the very quick take up on the first two courses and are now looking to provide additional dates to be filled on a first come, first served basis.
“We will be encouraging levy payers to sign up and there is no cost as it is funded by the BID. Refreshments are provided.”
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