DATE: 02 Mar - 03 Mar 2019 VENUE: Protea Hotel Centurion - Pretoria LANGUAGE: English
Payment before 18/01/2019:
R 4 890
This two-day course is aimed at health care practitioners who provide advanced level care to patients with cardiac emergencies and conditions. ACLS is a practical, simulated case-based Course that will enhance resuscitation skills in the management of cardiac arrest and peri-arrest patients. The course is provides extensive hands-on practice, with each participant getting several opportunities to lead their team in simulated clinical scenarios, guided by positive and constructive feedback. By the end of the course participants should be able to demonstrate competence in recognizing and initiating the management of cardiac arrest and pre- arrest conditions, as well as expedite acute coronary syndrome and stroke care.
A maximum of only 6 participants can be accommodated in each workshop and attendance will be conducted on a first come first served basis.
We therefore encourage you to submit your registration form and proof of payment as soon as possible to confirm your booking.
Learners will receive the manual at least 5 weeks prior to the course date.
THE REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES:
Two day workshop including Snacks and refreshments.
Learning materials including delivery
The Registration fee includes 2 day workshop, Snacks, refreshments, learning material, certificate of attendance.
NB: We hereby inform our valued clients that according to our Terms and Conditions of payment, no refunds are offered for any cancellation due to the financial implications associated with logistical arrangements prior any workshop/ training/ course. All cancellations must be communicated to HAI office in writing for the particular booking to be automatically rescheduled for the next workshop/ training/ course or preferably send a substitute who holds an authorisation letter from the previously registered client.
The workshop agenda is subject to change if, for any reasons beyond the control of the organisers, it becomes necessary to alter the content, times, dates, venue or speakers.