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Free CPR lessons offered to parents

We are delighted to announce a first aid course has been made free for parents across the country after startling new figures revealed only a quarter of parents had completed CPR training in the past 12 months.

In a bid to ensure more Australians know how to save the life of a child, Royal Lifesaving Society Australia and Kids Alive have launched the Heart Beat Club — free online training to teach people vital CPR and first aid knowledge for infants and toddlers. It will cover a range of topics including CPR skills and first aid essentials, for example, how to treat common injuries, burns and controlling burning.

This new initiative was only released this week and we would love to share the link with our families.

Royal Life Saving WA has offered this training as part of their water safety education programs for a number of years. They found that only 59% of Australian parents had completed CPR training, although 9 out 10 acknowledged that knowing first aid was essential.  This national collaboration will allow families easier access to live saving skills.

To register  for the free online course simply click on to access the classes.