The aims: To give basic information relating to emergency situations both where a person is injured or has a sudden illness
· To dispel some myths and give basic information of how to deal with emergency medical situations
· To give practical experience of how to perform CPR
· To raise awareness of how a defibrillator works and how simple they are to use
· Recognition and handling of the unconscious person
· Awareness of a defibrillator
· Basic treatment of injuries, bleeds, burns, possible fractures
· Recognition and positioning for heart attacks and strokes, emergency treatment for diabetes and epilepsy
Trainer: Ann Holland Cert Ed, MSET, MITOL, MNBE
Hastings, TN34 1QN
Participants will learn and practice key Behaviour Change techniques and understand how lifestyle impacts on health; specifically smoking, alcohol, healthy eating and physical activity.
This training is run by SCDA. To book your free place please email SCDA at firstname.lastname@example.org
For any further enquiries please call 01273 516032
The Hastings Opportunity Area is making grants of between £2,000 - £45,000 available for organisations to provide Hastings wide activities for disadvantaged children and young people living in Hastings.
We are holding an opening evening, for small voluntary sector or community led organisations, to run through the grant programme with you, answer any questions you may have about the programme and provide support to help you fill in the application form.
Leadership of small organisations has probably never been more challenging than at present. HVA have received requests to consider establishing a local leaders forum to bring together the Chief officers of organisations which:-
- Are locally based
- Have a turnover of below £1m
- Employ staff
- Are commissioned by or work in partnership with the public sector