The BLS – Instuctor seminar was successfully completed on 26th of January, 2020, in the framework of the Heart Safe Cities project.
The seminars are held regularly at the 4th – 15th Kalamaria Elementary School, Str. Papagou & Mat. G. Kallidou, (behind the court of Apollo Pontos), between 08: 00-14: 00 a.m.
The 4th Regional Health Directorate of Macedonia – Thrace in the framework of Heart Safe Cities Project and in coordinacion with Municipality of Kalamaria implement Basic Life Support (BLS) and Automatic External Defibrillator Seminars for the public.
These seminars are certified by European Resuscitation Council (ERC), addressed to the public, citizens and employees of the Municipality of Kalamaria and they are free of charge for participants.
The seminars have a strictly limited number of participants and there will be a priority list for the intrested parties.
THE SEMINARS ARE FREE FOR THE PARTICIPANTS. YOU CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DAYS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE BLS SEMINARS WHICH LAST 5 HOURS. INSTRUCTOR COURSIES ARE APPLICABLE FOR THOSE WHO HAD FOLLOWED BLS COURCIES AND WANT TO BE TRAINERS IN THE SEMINARS.
BLS (Basic Life Support and Automatic External Defibrillator) Seminars *:
- January 19, 2020, Sunday
- February 9, 2020, Sunday
- February 23, 2020, Sunday
- March 8, 2020, Sunday
- March 15, 2020, Sunday
- April 5, 2020, Sunday
- April 26, 2020, Sunday
- May 10, 2020, Sunday
- May 24, 2020, Sunday
- June 14, 2020, Sunday
Seminars BLS-I (Instructor Course) **:
- January 26, 2020, Sunday
- March 29, 2020, Sunday
- June 21, 2020, Sunday
Registrations for the BLS seminars are via the goo.gl/forms/zmuSj5xGKBA2Pj592 online form and the BLS (Instructor Course) seminars are via the ERC / CoSy website. Project information and seminars is available on the project’s website www.heartsafecities.eu.
For any additional information interested parties can contact the Municipality of Kalamaria tel. 2313 314405 and the 4th Regional Health Directorate of Macedonia – Thrace tel. 2313 327895.
The Heart Safe Cities project is co-funded by the European Union and the national resources of the participating countries.