Articles mentioning: Heart Beat Club

Heart Beat Club – Free CPR and first aid session High Wycombe

As a parent it’s essential to learn CPR and first aid skills so you can respond in an emergency. The Royal Life Saving Society WA’s Heart Beat Club is specifically designed for parents and carers of children under five. This course covers CPR and first aid for common childhood injuries such as choking, poisoning and […]

Heart Beat Club – Free CPR and First Aid session in Bullsbrook

Would you feel confident making first aid decisions in an emergency situation? As a parent, it’s essential to learn CPR and first aid skills. The Heart Beat Club is specifically designed for parents and carers of children under five. This course covers first aid for common childhood injuries such as choking, poisoning and burns. Don’t […]

Heart Beat Club – Meerilinga High Wycombe

FREE CPR and first aid course The Heart Beat Club is specifically designed for parents and carers of children under five. This course covers CPR and first aid for common childhood injuries such as choking, poisoning and burns. Don’t miss this opportunity to refresh your skills or learn something new! Tuesday 23 October 6pm to […]

Heart Beat Club – free CPR and first aid course *FULL

The Heart Beat Club is specifically designed for parents and carers of children under five. This course covers CPR and first aid for common childhood injuries such as choking, poisoning and burns. Don’t miss this opportunity to refresh your skills or learn something new! DETAILS: Wednesday 4 April 2018, 9.30am—12.30pm Meerilinga Children and Parenting Centre […]

Heart Beat First Aid heads to Meerilinga Beechboro

On Tuesday 28 March, the Royal Life Saving Society WA gave a free Heat Beat First Aid course to interested community members at Meerilinga Beechboro.   The three hour course covered all manors of injury. From burns, poisoning and choking, to drowning and CPR. Learning essential life-saving skills to offer first-aid to a baby, child, […]

Supporting parents in High Wycombe

Meerilinga Children and Family Centre High Wycombe hosted a free Building Resilience workshop on 4 April presented by Sue Marsh from Parenting WA. The families who attended the workshop learnt how to help their children build their resilience by developing their coping skills, coping emotions and coping behaviours. The Centre played host to a free Heart Beat Club […]