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24 Jan 2022
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More scrutiny needed in absence of character controls
First Aid training at the Bays hall
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First Aid training at the Bays hall

A First Aid training day will be held at The Bays Community Hall, with a small number of places available for community members.

The St John Ambulance is providing First Aid training to the Community Fire Unit volunteers on Sunday, March 13.

Three accreditation courses will be covered on the day: cardiopulmonary resuscitation, basic emergency life support and First Aid.

"A small number of places are available for other members of the community to join," said organiser Mr Ian Vanin.

"This is a great opportunity to either learn these really useful life skills, or brush up your knowledge.

"The cost will be just $165 for the day."

For bookings and further information, email Mr Vanin at or phone him on 0412 523 755.

Attendees must be double vaccinated.

A non-refundable deposit of $50 will be required with bookings.

Full payment is required when the booking is confirmed with St. Johns.

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