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.
October 24-27, 2017, Our group has conducted training to employees of Ramiro Community Hospital. The training started October 24 and ended October 27, 2017. The training was done in batches considering that the participants have to be divided so as not to hamper the hospital operations.
We have been conducting training to Ramiro Hospital for several years already being the provider for their BLS ACLS programs and this time the training is for updating of their expired BLS and ACLS course completion cards.
A total of 80 plus participants joined the training which include CPR return demonstration and Hands on Intubation. ECG interpretation was also reviewed and at the end of each day an ecg interpretation exercise was done.
The participant were then divided into groups for the megacode scenario.
Once again the training was a great success and the second batch will be conducted by the month of November.
We have conducted Basic Firefighting Seminar to Grade 10 CAT students of the Maria Montessori International School.
Maria Montessori International School (MMIS) Talamban Campus is located in Bgy. San Jose, Talamban Cebu City. The school is a private acadame composed of the preschool as well as Grade School and High School Departments.
The seminar was spearheaded by their adviser Mr. Julius Yburan who is very active in training the students on the aspect of First aid and safety.
The program started with the singing of the Philippine National Anthem shortly after the short prayer.
During the seminar, the students were taught the basic principles of fire, and of course the use of the fire extinguisher. Evacuation procedures were also thought as well as aiding someone in the event of evacuation.
It is very important that at a young age, a person will know what to do in such cases. We have to consider that anyone can be in a situation where a fire suddenly happens and knowing what to do and how to act on such event will surely make the difference between survival or death, between injury and being well.
Our training center is committed to educate and train people may it be at a young age. After all, calamities and disaster does not choose a victim.
To the young Grade 10 CAT students… My Salute! To their adviser, our sincerest gratitude and our outmost respect…….
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