- 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
The cost of this training is FREE for up to 2 representatives of HVA member organisations, as it has been subsidised by Hastings Voluntary Action and East Sussex County Council. However there will be a £40 penalty for non-attendance without at least 3 days’ notice.
Jackson Hall, Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
We will be throwing our doors open and offering a warm welcome any representatives of local charities, community groups, social enterprises, local authorities, and any other supporters of the voluntary sector to join us to celebrate the end of 2019 and look ahead to the new year. If you are able to, do "bring a dish" of nibbles to share with others, and please RSVP so we know to expect you!
This community network event will bring together community, voluntary, independent and public sector practitioners to discuss issues around loneliness and isolation for all in Hastings & St Leonards.
Hastings Borough Council will be consulting on their Budget and Corporate Plan and want to hear views from local community organisations. Hastings Community Network are pleased to collaborate with Hastings Borough Council to ensure that local voluntary and community groups have an opportunity to input.