Bahrain Olympic CommitteeEnglishCPR course planned

June 19, 2019

The two-day course, organized in cooperation with the American Base and the International Red Crescent Society, and is part of the academy’s annual plan that aims to qualify and develop national competencies at different sports authorities.
Training and Development Programmes head Mahmood Yateem said the CPR course is one of the most significant programmes organized by the academy before.
The academy had already brought up this subject twice before, with the first held in October 2018 when 30 sports representatives were in the fray, while the most recent course took place on March 19 and 20 and featured 35 participants.
The course attempts to provide knowledge to the athletes and the public alike on cardiac recovery, especially in line with the increasing phenomena of sudden death among athletes in Bahrain over the past year.
Yateem and other representatives of the academy had indeed had a fruitful meeting with a team from the American Base specialized in organising Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation courses as the initial arrangements have been made in preparation for the upcoming course.
He added that registration is open to all representatives of federations, sports clubs, youth centres, health clubs and fitness clubs. The workshop will be attended by a group of experienced lecturers, including Joseph Belt, Tina Ngatnguyen, Crizaldo Estares, Mohammad Khatam, Arvin Adeva, Aneesh Varghese and Rasheed Kidanginakath.

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