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Basic First Aid for Biking & Boarding Teens

Basic First-Aid for Biking and Boarding Teens (13-18 yrs)

This course is taught at the Crystal Pool & Fitness Centre.

At Alert First-Aid we not only believe it our job to teach you the information below but ensure you feel confident and empowered when dealing with injuries. We do this with our hands-on learning approach, running first-aid scenarios that are relevant to you. Encouraging you to use real first-aid supplies and to ask questions and practice in a safe and fun environment.

This fun and interactive 4-hour course trains teens how to react and improvise when dealing with time priority, life-threatening emergencies. This course includes initial assessment of an accident, disease prevention, airway obstruction, adult and child hands-only CPR. Teens will also learn recognition and first-aid treatment for head and spine injuries, shock, bleeding, and broken bones.

Participants spend the majority of the course doing hands-on first-aid practice and participating in first-aid scenarios. By practicing with scenarios students gain confidence, learn to improvise, and react to emergency situations.

Full Course Length: 4 Hours

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