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First aid, learn how to save a life…

By Tuesday, 16 September 2014 17:55 0

SAM SHELLEY at First Aid- Mallorca is Mallorca’s leading provider of workplace and outdoor first aid courses.

Sam offers practical first aid courses at affordable prices. The range of courses includes Emergency First Aid at Work, Pediatric First Aid and specialised courses for outdoor professionals including RYA. All courses are recognised by the HSE and are valid for three years.

Do you need a first aid course? If an accident happened would you feel comfortable to respond? If a friend or colleague started choking right now would you know what to do? Training in first aid really could be the difference between life and death.

So whether you work with adults or children, book yourself a course today and get some practice saving lives.

Need first aid for your work? Whether you are a school, office, hotel or business First Aid-Mallorca can advise you on the best form of first aid training for your employees and what first aid facilities you need to provide. Regular short refresher courses will also keep staff feeling confident in their abilities to respond.

Why us? We believe that first aid is all about getting involved and we make our courses as hands on as possible.

We present all the first aid principles in a simple easy to understand format. Let us help you to help others.

“The most enjoyable first aid course I’ve attended so far and I have been on a few!” Peter Clark.

“Sam provided a straightforward, easy to remember approach to first aid,” Jane Stern

Upcoming Courses Outdoor First Aid (two day) September 27 and 28.

Course Fee €230.

Basic / Emergency First Aid at Work (six hrs) Saturday October 18. Course fee €155

Group Courses - Arranged any time, anywhere. On-site training available from €25pp.

For more information please visit our website www.firstaidmallorca.com, e-mail [email protected] or call +34 664 734 512

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