Adult and Cadet First Aid Courses in Glanmire

Glanmire Division are pleased to announce that first aid courses for young people and for adults will be held in August and September respectively.

Young people aged 11 to 17 will have the opportunity to learn basic first aid and prepare to become a cadet member of St John Ambulance Ireland on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th August 2016. The course will run on Saturday from 9am to IMG_20160529_153400-015pm, and on Sunday from 9am to 12 noon. The cost is €25. To book a place, please email glanmire.cadets@stjohn.ie including the child’s name/age and the phone number and email address of the parent/guardian.

An adult basic first aid course will begin on Monday 5th September, running for 7 weeks on Monday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. The cost of this course is €100. Topics covered include Scene Safety, Cardiac First Response (CPR and AED), Medical Emergencies, Fractures, Burns and more. To book a place, email glanmire@stjohn.ie with your name, phone, email address and please confirm that you are >18 years of age as of 5th September 2016.

Contact Details

Adults – glanmire@stjohn.ie or 086-0699086. Cadets – glanmire.cadets@stjohn.ie

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