This is our first schedule of training for the year 2019 and it started out with the request from Philippine College of Technology in Bajada, Davao City.
We have always been the First aid and BLS provider for the school for the last 6 years and this is the first batch for this year.
The training was participated to by practical nursing students and caregiving students of the school.
The participants were taught on the different aspects of First aid, ranging from controlling bleeding, managing fractures, handling different kinds of common emergencies such as fainting, stroke and many more.
The training also includes Basic Life Support wherein each one performed Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) to an adult victim as well as for the child and infant.
We are happy indeed to conduct the training for the students and wish all of them a good future ahead . We hope that our training have provided them knowledge to fulfill their dreams.
We have conducted our first round of BLS ACLS course this year with CPD units in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
The training was held at Powerhouse Training and Review Center and was participated to by registered nurses who are mostly from the area.
This training is accredited with 24 CPD units and with the option of availing the cards and certificates from the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) U.S.A.
A total 18 participants joined the training which started January 12 and culminated last January 14, 2018.
Happy New Year everyone! We are looking forward to another year of teaching people the art of saving lives. Our training this year started with First aid and BLS seminar requested by Don Bosco Technical School for their grade 10 students.
This is actually the second batch or group of grade 10 students, the first batch of which was trained December last year.
The program was done in 2 days and the first day was devoted for objective discussions for first aid ranging from bleeding and wounds to common medical emergencies such as fainting and hypertension.
The 2nd day was for BLS- Basic Life Support discussions including the practical aspects as well demonstration and return demonstration of bandaging and splinting.
We look forward to another fruitful year for the training and wishing the students more learning to come. We hope that with the training will prepare them for emergencies that hopefully we pray that will never happen. But should it happen, perhaps the training will help them in providing the right care and eventually save a life or limb.