AHA Emergency Training
An Initiative Organized by School and Family for the Healthy Growth of Young Generation.
In May 2021, the General Office of the Ministry of Education and the Red Cross Society of China jointly issued the “Notice on Further Promoting School Emergency Rescue Work”. This notice mandates the inclusion of emergency training in school quality education, covering educational and teaching activities, as well as extracurricular practices. Developing emergency rescue training and promoting emergency rescue knowledge and skills are crucial measures in safeguarding the lives and health of adolescents.
At XLIS, student safety is always our top priority. To strengthen the faculty’s emergency rescue training and improve their response to emergencies and accidental injuries, we conducted an American Heart Association (AHA) emergency training on March 18th. This training was made possible with the generous support of Mr. Zhang Hui, Chairman of the Parent-Teacher Association. Over 30 faculty members, including teachers, teaching assistants, administrators, logistics personnel, and swimming coaches participated in the training. The program covered professional content, such as basic first aid knowledge, internal medicine emergencies, trauma emergencies, adult, and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation. All participants passed the test and obtained professional certification after 8 hours professional training.
The AHA is a globally recognized authority on medical guidelines and treatment standards for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. It is also a pioneer in first aid training, providing internationally standardized high-quality training through globally harmonized science curriculum guidelines and textbooks.
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Erica Yang (Head of Admin)