Emergency medical training course for scuba staff

PHUKET CITY: The Badalveda Diving Medicine Network, on behalf of the TDA Diving Association (Thailand) and Bangkok Phuket Hospital, has announced the presentation of an Emergency Medical Management Training Course to be offered to the general scuba diving community.

The course will include Basic First Aid, Oxygen Provider, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training that can improve the emergency medical service available to divers in Thailand.

The objectives are to improve the knowledge and skill level of emergency medical services for the Thai scuba diving community in Thailand; to promote preventive safety measures and overall preparedness to react to emergency situations; and to promote health and safety measures for visitors diving in Thailand.

Target groups are Thai diving instructors, boat crew members and others involved in diving.

The one-day course, in Thai language, will be offered on December 1 and 2 in the King Carl Gustaf conference room of the Bangkok Phuket Hospital.

The course will consist of 8 hours of lecture and practice sessions, starting promptly at 9 am.

Each course is limited to the first 25-30 people who register. The registration fee is 500 baht, which includes the cost of the certificate given to those who pass.

For more information click here.

To join the course, submit a completed registration form to the TDA’s Miss Tippawan (Tel: 081-0863631; Email: tda-office@cmas-thailand.org) or Badalveda’s Ms Varaporn (Tel: 081-9899482; Email: wjittanonta@hotmail.com) before November 24.

Phuket News

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