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Save a Life, Stop the Bleed

By Nik Maxwell

 

PracMed NZ is a kiwi run business owned and operated by Simon Ritson. PracMed NZ's primary goal is to provide high quality First Aid training combined with premium First Aid products.

 

There are 3 courses available; the 4hr Stop the Bleed, the 8hr Essential First Aid Skills and the 14hr Comprehensive First Aid. I attended the Stop the Bleed course a couple of weekends ago which is hands-on training hosted by Simon.

 

The objective of this course was how to stop and control potentially life-threatening bleeding. Combining both theory and practical training, the course is a full on 4 hours of focused learning.

 

“I came away from the course with some vital tools and a new take on what the essential items required in a first aid kit should be.”

 

Simon is an extremely enthusiastic and knowledgeable person and his teaching technique is to the point and comprehensive.

 

I came away from the course with some vital tools and a new take on what the essential items required in a first aid kit should be.

 

The Stop the Bleed course could be the deciding factor in saving a life and I thoroughly recommend checking it out!

 

For more information visit:

 

www.pracmednz.com

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