Date: August 1 - 3, 2019

Time: 4pm - 8pm

First Aid Camp 4 Kids is designed to introduce First Aid learning at an early age & inspire a career in the healthcare field.

Children will learn in a fun safe environment. Administered by Healthcare Professionals.

During this 3-day course, Children will be able to gain knowledge and practice skills in the following topics:

1. CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)

2. Obstruction of the Airway and Drowning

3. Control Bleeding

4. Burns Prevention & Burn care

5. Seizure

Three groups will be representing Heart, Brain and Lung. Two days of classroom training and a third day Rally with Fun Water Games closing with Movie Night.

Children will receive a First Aid Camp 4 Kids shirt, Snacks, Sports Water bottle and Certificate of Participation.

Space is limited to 75 participants

• Ages 5-6 Heart Group

• Ages 7-8 Brain Group

• Ages 9-10 Lung Group 

• Cost $25 per Child

Payment method cash, money order payable to Medic First or Debit/Credit at www.medicfirstaidcpr.com under Classes - Community - Imperial.

Register at www.medicfirstaidcpr.com or

In person at Medic First 653 West Main Street Suite 101 El Centro, CA 92243 for Appointment call 760-455-3832

Registration ends July 31.

Event Location: Volunteer of America 1960 N. Imperial Ave. El Centro, CA 92243

For more information Call 760-455-3832 or email us at info@medicfirstaidcpr.com

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Schedules

  • Starting Saturday, June 29th, 2019, repeated every day until Wednesday, July 31, 2019 — all day

Venue

Volunteer of America - Medic First

1960 N. Imperial Ave.
El Centro, CA 92243

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