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Flaws in Education System

  • Date Submitted: 11/23/2011 12:49 AM
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Parents totally entrust their children to the childcare schools. They rely on the teachers as their second parents in the institute for learning. They know for a fact that their educators will want no harm to come their way. While they are busy working, they fully believe that their little kids are well cared for. On the other hand, the teachers have the responsibility to keep an eye on their students. They should make sure that they are comfortable and secured within the four walls of their school. This then calls for their ability to handle even the most stressful situations. So much more, the school staff has to be equipped with the first aid training.

Why The Training is a Must

By nature, kids are hard to contain in one place. They are most of the times messy and playful. This therefore lets them end up getting wounds and injuries that vary from the petty up to the serious ones. There are cases when some of them find it difficult to breathe especially if they have medically related illnesses. When the school staff doesn't have any background or so in administering first aid, then the institution often ends up being sued by the fuming parents.

If there is any person or better yet a couple of people who are certified to perform CPR and the rest of the first aid techniques, instances like attacks of asthma, diabetes, seizures, and choking can be handled effectively. CPR or cardiopulmonary resuscitation is known to be one of the lifesaving techniques. Someone who knows how to correctly administer it can work on reviving the victim while the medical team service has not arrived yet. Thus, instead of risking the lives of the children, the knowledge in first aid can save them.

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