F9 students get first-aid training by the Red Cross

July 08 2023

Opinion article

Every second counts when it comes to saving lives and being prepared to act in an emergency can truly make all the difference. That's why our dedicated F9 students recently had the opportunity to receive first-aid training from the experienced and tireless team at the Portuguese Red Cross.

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Thanks to this training, our students are now better equipped to handle unexpected situations and step up as first responders when it matters most. Just imagine their impact by being prepared and ready to lend a helping hand! But here's the best part: during their training, our enthusiastic F9 students got a chance to experience the incredible world of emergency response firsthand. Yes, you read that right! They had the amazing opportunity to sit in an ambulance and get a taste of what it's like to be right in the heart of the action.

 

The joy and excitement on their faces were absolutely priceless as they soaked up every moment, eager to learn and grow as future lifesavers. We are immensely proud of their dedication and enthusiasm throughout this invaluable experience.

 

A special shoutout goes to the incredible team at the Red Cross for their unwavering commitment to educating our students and empowering them to become everyday heroes. Their expertise and guidance have truly made a lasting impact on our student's lives.

 

Being prepared and knowing what to do can be a game-changer in emergencies. Let's celebrate our F9 students and their remarkable journey towards becoming confident and capable individuals who can make a positive difference in the world.

 
F9 students get first-aid training by the Red Cross

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