Event: Emergency First Response Training

Emergency First Response Training


FIMO launched the Train the Trainers program earlier this year and has successfully run the Spiritual Care Volunteer Training Program (designed by Spiritual Health Victoria) - delivered by Bhakta Dasa and Gabbi Sar Shalom. Bhakta Dasa has also provided training in the use of the Indian Interfaith Guide (developed by FIMO with the support of the Victorian State Government’s Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship). Volunteer spiritual carers have also been equipped with hard copies of the Interfaith Guide.

As a continuation of the Train the Trainers Program, FIMO invites all community leaders and change makers to participate in the ‘Emergency First Response’ training.

This program will see training/informative toolkits provided from CFA (Country Fire Authority), Ambulance Victoria, Victoria Police and a Medical professional. The key objective of this training is to ensure that those functioning within the Indian community are able to respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations that may be faced whilst providing services within the community. Ethical considerations is also a key aspect that will be traversed in this training.

To participate in this program, please fill out the details in the following link. Bookings Essential.

Date: Sunday, 20th November 2016

Venue: Museum India, 61 – 63 Foster St, Dandenong, VIC 3175

Time: 11 – 2pm

Light refreshments will be served.