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WORKSHOP – Bali-Ready CPR – Erika & Dillon

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Being trained in CPR may help you save a life, but in many basic CPR courses are taught assuming that an ambulance and trained medics are just minutes away. In Bali, this is rarely the case. We offer this comprehensive CPR course to help you build a strong first response skill set that is a match for the situations you might encounter here. Come learn AHA Healthcare Provider level CPR with a focus on the medical realities of Bali.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

Anyone 12 and older

IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO…

  • Assess the local resources available to you as a rescuer
  • Identify and address sudden cardiac arrest
  • Identify and address sudden choking
  • Identify and address someone who is unresponsive but breathing
  • Identify the links in the chain of survival Prioritize the importance of scene and personal safety
  • Use an AED
  • Perform simple, effective CPR on an adult, child or infant
  • Effectively participate in multi-rescuer CPR

CURRICULUM OUTLINES

We use lecture, video and hands-on scenarios to teach extended CPR skills. Students will be expected to take a written and physical skills test at the end of the course.

COURSE OUTCOMES

Our course teaches the expanded CPR skill set that you need to know to face the realities of being a rescuer in Bali.

BIO

Erika Carpenter is a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT), whitewater guide, Bumi Sehat Volunteer and parent of three sons – two of them Green School Bali graduates. She has worked and lived in Southeast Asia for the past 20 years and has had many chances to use her medical training in her community, on her friends and on her family (especially her sons). She is currently writing a textbook for International First Responders.

 

 

Dillon Carpenter-Dorworth is a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT), who began volunteering at Bali’s Bumi Sehat Foundation in 2009. He graduated from Green School Bali in 2013 and did his senior thesis project on the subject of making trauma first aid training available throughout the island of Bali. Since leaving Green School he has worked in clinics in Sumatra, Cambodia and the Philippines, trained as a paramedic, studied pre-medicine in the United States and now works as a dive/first aid instructor.

More info: www.villageresponder.org

 

 

Date: Saturday, 5th October 2019 @ 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Tuition: Rp 750,000 / USD 55

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Jalan Raya Sibang Kaja, Abiensamal,, Ban
Badung, BALI 80352 Indonesia
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