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Mater Education and Mater Mothers’ Hospitals are excited to now offer the popular Mater Mothers’ First Aid for Babies class at Mater Private Hospital Redland from Saturday 17 October, 2020.
The hands-on course has been running at Mater’s South Brisbane campus for over seven years, providing parents, grandparents and friends of those with babies and young children to be trained by Mater Education’s highly qualified team.
Marie-Clare Ross, Lead Educator at Mater Education, is proud to be expanding essential courses like First Aid for Babies across the community. “Our Mater Mothers’ First Aid for Babies course has been offered at our South Brisbane Mater Mothers’ Hospital since April, 2013. It has been an incredibly valuable and popular session, particularly among new parents who want to learn to identify, respond to and manage common baby injuries and emergencies immediately and know when it’s time to go to hospital. It is training like this which can ultimately save a life and we’re pleased to now provide this service the Redland community.”
Registrations for the first class at Mater Private Hospital Redland are now open. To find out more about this course, head to matereducation.qld.edu.au/Mater-Mothers-First-Aid-for-Babies.
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