Libben Health and Safety are offering First Aid courses for new parents, grandparents and young people looking to earn extra cash through babysitting over the 6-week holiday – with the first five places given away for FREE.
The 2-hour sessions will take place at Libben’s premises in Walsall on 26th July and the 5th and 23rd August.
At the price of £12 per person, delegates will learn how to deal with a first-aid emergency, and how to perform CPR on an unresponsive baby or child.
Parents, grandparents and babysitters will also learn how to treat a child when he or she is choking, bleeding or in shock, as well as minor burns and injuries.
Kevin Edwards, Managing Director at Libben Health and Safety, said: “Learning first aid is an invaluable life skill. Not only does it save lives, but it also reduces a person’s recovery time and makes the difference between the patient having a temporary or long term disability.
Unfortunately, the British Red Cross found that 95% of British adults would not be able to provide aid in “three of the most life-threatening first aid emergencies.
These courses will give new parents, grandparents and babysitters the vital skills to be able to help a child should an emergency happen.”
Libben Health and Safety provides First Aid courses to professionals working in a wide-range of sectors, including construction, education, retail, ware housing, retail, manufacturing, distribution, beauty, mining, hospitality, childcare and more.
To book your place, call Libben Health and Safety on 01922 474 999 or email email@example.com.
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