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SARJunkie
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« Reply #20 on: March 16, 2011, 01:25:04 PM »

Im a First Responder and EMT instructor.... No way would I let a 10 year old take the course!!!
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« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2011, 01:38:46 PM »

Of course not, that course is not designed for 10 Year old kids, and ten year old kids are (hopefully) not going to be needed to function as professional  First Responders. The information contained within the curricula would be taught by teaching professionals over a longer period. My point is that the curricula of the FR course  should be the minimum for First Aid instruction. Every human comes with a body, but no repair manual, so someone should at least let them see the "owners Guide" in the glove compartment. It is an absolute fact that everyone will someday have a serious illness or injury, eventually resulting in death. ( Okay, a few people may have ascended bodily into heaven without death, but my guess is that even they had a few boo-boos and owies along the way) Don't worry FR and CPR freelance instructors, I am not advising taking away your rice bowl!

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