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The Philippine National Red Cross

Valenzuela City Chapter

8th Summer Safety Institute


Schedule of Activities

Package 1 Courses Inclusive Dates

Standard First Aid April 27 – 30, 2009


Basic Life Support May 01 – 02, 2009
Basic Disaster Management Training May 04 – 06, 2009
Home Nursing May 11 – 13, 2009
International Humanitarian Law May 14, 2009
Project 143 May 07, 2009
Graduation May 29, 2009

Package 2 Courses Inclusive Dates

Standard First Aid April 27 - 30, 2009


Basic Life Support May 01 - 02, 2009
Basic Swimming* May 18 - 20, 2009
International Humanitarian Law May 14, 2009
Project 143 May 07, 2009
Graduation May 29, 2009
* Pool entrance not included

Package 3 Courses Inclusive Dates

Standard First Aid May 11 - 14, 2009


Basic Life Support May 15 - 16, 2009
Home Nursing May 19 - 21, 2009
Accident Prevention – Home Safety May 25, 2009
International Humanitarian Law May 18, 2009
Project 143 May 25, 2009
Graduation May 29, 2009

Package 4 Courses (for kids 9 – 12 years old) Inclusive Dates

First Aid Training for Juniors May 04 - 05, 2009


Basic Life Support – Adult CPR for Lay Rescuers May 07, 2009
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Drug Abuse Prevention Education May 07, 2009
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Basic Swimming* May 11 - 13, 2009
Graduation May 29, 2009
* Pool entrance not included

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Package 5 Courses (for 13 – 16 years old) Inclusive Dates

First Aid Training in the Campus May 04 - 05, 2009


Basic Life Support – Adult CPR for Lay Rescuers May 06, 2009
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
HIV/AIDS Prevention Education May 07, 2009
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Drug Abuse Prevention Education May 07, 2009
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Project 143 May 25, 2009
Basic Swimming* May 11 - 13, 2009
Graduation May 29, 2009
* Pool entrance not included

Fee: Php 1,100.00/package

PARTICIPANTS MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:

a. Medical certificates form duly signed by a licensed physician


b. Parental consent for those below 18 years of age
c. The Red Cross will provide training manuals and triangular bandages for participants in
First Aid and Basic Life Support – CPR Training.
d. Participants must be willing to abide by all training rules and regulations

COURSE REQUIREMENT:

Standard First Aid & Basic Life Support Training - 13 years old and above

Accident Prevention - 13 years old and above

Swimming & Water Safety Courses - at least 7-15 y/o for beginners swimming
- FA and BLS COC’s (ID) holder for not
more than 6 months from the date of issue
for the Swimmers and Basic Water Safety
& Rescue Courses
(age 15y/o and above)
International Humanitarian Law - 16y/o and above; open to all

Home Nursing (Mother & Baby Care) - 13y/o and above; open to all
Home Nursing (Care for the Sick & Injured) - 13y/o and above; open to all
Basic Disaster Management - 18y/o and above; open to all
HAPE/DAPE - 13y/o and above; open to all
Disaster Nursing - At least 4th year nursing student or BSN
graduate.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

First Aid & Basic Life Support Training The courses aim to train an individual to face
emergencies with confidence and to care for the
injured and person suddenly taken ill.
Accident Prevention : Home Safety The course aims to instill safety consciousness and
minimize, if not totally prevent accidents at home
Water Safety (Swimming and Life Saving) These courses aim to make an individual
scientifically learn the different styles of swimming,
survival swimming skills and methods of saving a
drowning person. These also aim to develop water
safety consciousness among swimmer.

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International Humanitarian Law The course tackles the role of the Red Cross
organization in times of arm conflicts and during
peacetime to increase awareness among the local
population.
Home Nursing The objective of the course is to Safeguard health and
1. Care for the Sick and Injured ensure safer homes by developing the ability to give
2. Mother and Baby Care intelligent care to members of the family in times of
illness and emergencies as well as under normal
conditions.
Standard Disaster Management The course discusses the hazards, natural and man-
made calamities and ways of preventing, mitigating
disasters and preparation before disaster strikes.
HAPE / DAPE HAPE: The course aims to provide educational
information regarding HIV/AIDS and provide
alternative means and ways of minimizing if not
totally preventing disease transmission.
DAPE: The course tackles the different prohibited
drugs and its short and long-term effects on the
individual. Provides possible activities for drug
dependent individuals.
Disaster Nursing The course was designed to provide students and
professional nurses the knowledge, skills, and
attitude needed in rendering essential nursing
management effectively during the pre-disaster,
disaster, and post-disaster phase.

For more information, call PNRC – Valenzuela Chapter


Dahlia Street, Villa Teresa Subdivision, Marulas, Valenzuela City
E-mail: pnrc_valenzuela@yahoo.com
Tel. Nos. (+632) 432-0273; (+632) 293-8375; (+63) 0917-806-8529

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