The GOCC Foundation has officially launched a new medical programme which aims to treat bone defects and provide the equipment necessary for bone extension treatment.
There is one basic rule governing the work of the CPR for schools programme. We train the teachers and provide schools with handbooks and toy cardboard phone, and in return the school vouches that pupils will take part in regular CPR lessons. Our aim is to provide each child with teaching materials: 'My CPR Handbook' and toy phone to train calling for help. We send the materials free of charge, provided that the school is actively participating in our programme. So, you might ask us: how does it work exactly?
Firstly, we invite primary school teachers to take part in CPR training, where they learn how to teach first aid to their pupils. Having completed the course, teachers receive their 'starter packs' of books and gadgets to hand to their pupils. They are now ready to begin their adventure with CPR for schools programme!
At the end of each semester, the teachers fill in Lesson Chart and send it to our office. This allows us to keep tabs on how the programme is being run in individual schools and how many pupils have been taught CPR. What is more, sending in a correctly filled Lesson Chart is a guarantee of receiving new batch of handbooks and teaching aids in the following year. Once we receive an e-mail confirming the number of children to take part in lessons in the following semester, we will send the materials.