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First aid course for children


Date:  16/06/2018
Day of the week: Saturday

  9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Compulsory pre-holiday course for all parents and guardians.

Accidents happen and we have no control over them, but we can learn how to respond appropriately to them. Whether we will know what to do when our child chokes on water or when it is electrocuted depends only on us. Help or leave it alone? When to resuscitate and when to call an ambulance, cover the child with a blanket or cool it? What position should a child position when his stomach hurts, and how when he has trouble breathing?


First Aid Course for Children and Babies - Pediatric Course


We invite parents, kindergarten teachers, educators, babysitters, grandparents and people taking care of children to participate in the classes.

A compulsory course before summer vacation for all those who spend time outdoors with children.

The course is conducted by an experienced paramedic and an international pediatric instructor at the same time. All participants exercise on children's and infants' phantoms - help in choking, dealing with respiratory arrest, drowning, choking.

The program of the course was based on the international standard of Care for Children by the American EFF federation, which has been training parents and people working with children for nearly 50 years. Each participant of the course receives training materials and a Polish certificate recognized in the EU.

90% of the course is practical exercises!

The program of the first aid course for children covers life-threatening conditions - loss of consciousness, choking, apnea. We invite parents, kindergarten teachers, babysitters and grandparents to participate in the classes. The courses are conducted by paramedics with higher medical education and at the same time

international instructor qualifications to conduct pediatric training (EFR, FACC)
and completed courses of Advanced Life Saving Treatments in infants and children for medical services.

The first aid course program for children and infants is based on the international Care for Children EFR standard.  


✓ safety rules, psychological aspects related to helping children ✓ prevention of infections during rescue operations

✓ organization and calling the ambulance, emergency numbers

✓ assessment of vital functions of the child and infant

✓ dealing with unconsciousness

✓ BLS (Basic Life Support) operation algorithm - basic life-saving procedures

✓ resuscitation (resuscitation) of children and infants - CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation)

✓ use of AED defibrillator in children

✓ management of allergic (anaphylactic) shock

✓ help with weakness and shortness of breath

✓ reaction to sudden severe abdominal pain

✓ providing the injured child with thermal comfort

✓ effective response to massive hemorrhages, modern dressing methods

✓ handling of thermal burns

✓ first aid in case of a suspected spine injury

✓ choking management

✓ completing the first aid kit

Deadline: June 16, 2018 Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Hosted by: AdrenaLTika paramedic - Piotr Amenda
Duration: 4 hours
Number of participants: up to 12
Fees :  PLN 200 gross
Certificate of completion of the course: yes
Registration and contact : to  June 9, 2018

We reserve the right to cancel the course in case of insufficient number of applicants.

Come in clothes that are comfortable for training - rescue requires you to lift, crouch, bend, kneel, run up and sometimes even lie down

Piotr Amenda
paramedic with many years of experience, Emergency First Response Instructor and Trainer with international qualifications, Sports Climbing Instructor, member of the PTTK program staff, instructor and guardian of survival groups, First and Specialist Aid Rescuer in the Mountains (conducts field classes on the principles of mining injured from difficult terrains and caves according to the guidelines of Speleo Secours Francais), President of the Speleoklub Warmińsko-Mazurski SPELEON, guardian of youth climbing groups. Since 1992 he has been climbing and cavers in various regions of the world (Alps, Dolomites, Bergell, Paklenica, the Tatra Mountains, Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska). At AdrenaLTice, he conducts advanced training for rescue groups and field training - in Kietlice and in the Kraków-Częstochowa Jura. He is the head of the First Aid in the Mountains course, implemented for many years by AdrenaLTika in cooperation with the Mountaineering Club in Warsaw.

AdrenaLTika is an accredited Training Center for one of the world's largest emergency First Response federations - headquartered in the USA and with a European office in Bristol (UK). For 2017, we received the current accreditation with the number s23111.

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