Big Ben Kids and ACCESS would love to share that starting in May 2020, we will be offering international parents of young families a chance to learn or brush up on their First Aid skills for young families. We are delighted to be able to work with Linda Malley on this project. Together we are sure this course will benefit many – for now, in The Hague area.

The Training
Linda Malley has been providing this course to and through many organisations in the Netherlands. The feedback is impressive, as is the knowledge she shares. Among the topics covered are: caring for unresponsive breathing casualties; CPR; choking; wounds; bleeding; shock and seizures. Some hands-on examples of what to do with minor injuries – sprains and strains; head injury; burns, bites and stings, severe allergic reaction; heat exhaustion and asthma, will also be covered.

Thank you sooo much for coming today and sharing your knowledge with us. It was exceptionally good, you were absolutely amazing! Your seminar reached not only 30 people today but 2700 Turkish families and we might save actual lives now, thanks to you! – Seda, Amsterdam Turkish community Nov 2019

The Trainer
Linda Bosma-Malley trained as a Registered General Nurse in the UK, specialising in Paediatrics. Having worked in Neurology as a nurse in the Netherlands and as a First Aid Trainer during her family’s time in South Africa, Linda understands the importance of providing people with the skills and confidence to respond effectively to accidents or sudden illness. Linda is a registered and certified First Aid Trainer, qualified to teach and assess a full range of first aid courses.
She has been providing first aid courses in and around The Hague since 2008 for adults and teenagers from a wide variety of organisations, including schools, daycare centres, sporting clubs, scout groups, community and parenting groups. Linda is passionate about teaching people the necessary skills that can make the difference when it really counts.

The Details
This course is currently scheduled to take place on the following Sundays in 2020: 17 May; 5 July and 4 October. Class sizes do have a maximum capacity – but, if there is a greater need we will see if we can accommodate by scheduling additional course dates.
Course Format: 6 hours on a Sunday, from 9:30-3:30