Miami invited to learn how to save a life

November 4, 2017 by  

A Miami area course will soon be held that will teach people what to do in case of an emergency, and everyone is welcome to participate.

The course will cover a variety of emergency situation where first aid and CPR can make a difference. Participants will learn how to treat bleeding, sprains and strains as well as broken bones and shock, and they will also be given instruction in emergency scene management, how to assemble an asthma inhaler, and treatments for choking, stroke, and diabetes. Heart-related illnesses will also be discussed.

The organizers of the class noted that it is open to all, no matter what their level of experience may be. Each person who completes the instruction will receive an American Heart Association Heart Saver First Aid Course completion card, which will remain valid for the next two years. The materials for a training session such as this, as well as a wide assortment of promotional materials, can be supplied by a printing services provider.

This opportunity to receive first aid training is being brought to the community courtesy of Attentive Safety and First Aid Training, and it will be held at 4333 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach on December 2. The registration fee to take part is $45 each, and more information about the training can be found on its website.

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