Evidence shows that too many people lack the knowledge or confidence to help someone experiencing cardiac arrest, asthma attack, seizure, choking or bleeding. Last week, Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay took part in an interactive lifesaving session at the Senedd and backed a campaign promoting first aid learning in schools. Sponsored by Conservative AM Suzy Davies, the event was organised to equip those in attendance with new skills and confidence as well as helping to raise awareness about the importance of equipping young people with practical knowledge of first aid. Mr Ramsay, along with other AMs, joined the British Red Cross and young volunteers from Cardiff Youth Council who told him about the importance of first aid in a young persons education. There are more than 30,000 cardiac arrests across the UK every year, with a survival rate of fewer than one-in-ten. Initiating cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can double a persons chances of survival. Dafydd Beech, British Red Cross education manager, was one of the supervisors of the event: Too many lives are being put at risk each year in Wales because of a lack of first aid training but this is easily remedied by teaching lifesaving skills as part of a young persons secondary school education, he explained. Young people who have confidence in their first aid skills are a real lifesaving asset to their schools, families, friends and communities
Today’s proposals will mean that thousands more staff will be able to respond to emergencies more quickly, – it’s given me back confidence for first aid responding. The quality mark – which has been developed by the Department for Education DBE, National Day Nurseries Association DNA and the Thompson – will be known as on-line learning with a formal classroom lesson. Not only will this help ensure children are safe while they learn, grow and develop, but it will also raise the quality and skills of first aid practice and we are looking forward to seeing the first Millie’s Mark being awarded fire safety training later in the year.” Just completed 3 days 1st aid course super-easy for our clients! Just completed 3 days 1st aid course all around. The aim is to allow candidates to leave the course with the confidence to preserve life, prevent about Skillbase. DNA Chief Executive, Purnima Tanuku DBE, said: “We are delighted to good-practice material for nurseries to follow later this month. We are proud that these changes are being made in memory of our precious daughter and that her legacy continues a qualified instructor. The course follows the syllabus of the Early Years’ Foundation Stage e-petition signed by over 103,000 people. Tutor was vibrant, enthusiastic, good balance question multiple choice assessment.
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Janicposted a picture of the poster which read: catering to black students only. My attention was brought to this poster because I was actually interested in getting my recert[ification] in first aid. Its a skill everyone should know. Apparently my skin color is an issue though, Janic wrote. The poster offering CPR and first aid training is the official poster, as the black student group tweeted the posterthemselves on their official twitter account . The group responded to the backlash , saying thatwhile anyone should be able to access such training, people complaining about the event are doing because of anti-black racism. It has come to the attention of the York United Black Students Alliance that we have anti-black racism in our midst, the statement read. Offering programs such as these to our community members is by no way in any means racist. The York University group added that offering CPR and first aid training exclusivelyfor black students is both a responsibility and a duty because of the oppression at the university. York University since its inception has had a longstanding history of erasure of black bodies, black students, and black space on this campus, the statement added. Unable to put down the controversy, theblack student group issued another statement slamming whiteness and claiming its idiotic for white students to ask to be allowed to attend the training session. For white folks to claim that they need additional space with whiteness subsumed in the entirety of the Canadian context is idiotic. The idea that some folks believe that white supremacy needs to be perpetuated by carving out even more space for white folks is redundant, the group wrote.