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Red Cross CPR course

Monday 12 March | 18h30 - 22h30
The Louise Centre
, Avenue Louise 279,

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Includes:
coffee and tea, lecture, lecture, workshop materials, official examination, great group of international people
Child ticket available:
No, this event is adults only
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Members please log in before registering, Non-members are welcome to join us, For more (last-minute) information don't hesitate to mail us at info@expatclub.org or call 0495-345144.
Public transportation:
Trams 93/94 stop Vleurgat, tram 81 stop Bailli/Louise, buses 38/60 stop Vleurgat/Louise, bus 54 stop Bailli/Louise, tram 7 Louise/Legrand (followed by tram 93/94)
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Expat Club wants to be an international community that contributes positively to the lives of expats in Brussels and to the wider Brussels community. We often organise events that you would probably not do on your own, not in the least place because you may not speak Flemish or French. This is one of them.

During this 4-hours course you will learn the potentially life-saving technique of resuscitation. This is a specialised course that is finished with an official exam and therefore considerably more expensive, but we managed to keep the costs below €100 during the early-bird period. We do offer a discount of €15 to students, (officially) unemployed people, and those on welfare. Send us an email at info@expatclub.org.

Woman Demonstrating CPR On Training Dummy In First Aid Class

This training teaches you how to resuscitate (reanimation) and how to use a defibrillator. This is a hands-on course that will not only provide theory, but also requires you to practice a lot with the objective of preparing you for an official exam at the end of the course. If you pass the exam you will obtain an official diploma that is valid for 5 years.

First aid CPR – clear airway

During the training we’ll go over and practice the 4 steps of how to approach a casualty: safety, approach casualty, correctly alarming the emergency services and first aid, control of consciousness and breathing and to place the casualty in a stabile sideways position.

During the training we’ll go over and practice the 4 steps of how to approach a casualty: safety, approach casualty, correctly alarming the emergency services and first aid, control of consciousness and breathing and to place the casualty in a stabile sideways position. The technique of resuscitation (reanimation) will be discussed in-depth and practiced. Our instructor will also pay specific attention to the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator) that can be found in many public places.

 

 

About the Red Cross Flanders
We are an independent volunteer organisation. Under the umbrella of the Belgian Red Cross, we are part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Our mission is threefold: to defend the interests of vulnerable people both at home and abroad, to be proactive in emergency-management, promoting self-reliance and organising blood supply, and to care for vulnerable individuals. In all our activities, we rely heavily on volunteers.” (source: Red Cross Flanders website)

Who can join?
The minimum age for this event is 18 years. You are not required to have any previous knowledge or skills, but we do advise you to have already followed the first aid course that we regularly offer.

Location
We are meeting in the Expat Club offices in The Louise Center on Avenue Louise 279. You are welcome from 18h00, but we actually start at 18h30. Trams 93 and 94, bus 38 and 60, Vleurgat/Louise stop. And just a 5-8 minutes walking from tram 7 and 81, and bus 54 if you get off at Avenue Louise. The entrance is right across the tram stop.

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