Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Basic First Aid Course 2014

Dear all,

It is our pleasure to announce that Malaysian Red Crescent Multimedia University Cyberjaya Chapter (MMURC) is having our Basic First Aid Course. It is a foundation course and pre-requisite for Advanced First Aid course!

The details of the Basic First Aid Course are as follow:

Date : 1st November 2014 - 2nd November 2014 (Saturday & Sunday)
Time : 10.00am-5.00pm
Venue : FOE CR 1025

New members are encouraged to join this First Aid Course since it can help you to understand more about first aid knowledge and providing essential information on how to deal with emergencies. Seats are limited! 

Reserve your seat now by register online

For those who are interested or got any further enquiries, you may contact:

Name : Jimmy Ler Chun Shan
H/P : 017 - 6776838
Fees: RM 15 for member

         RM 25 for non-member
Thank you.

"Together We Strive For Humanity"

Best regards,
Jimmy Ler Chun Shan
OC Training
Malaysian Red Crescent
Multimedia University Cyberjaya Chapter

1 comment:

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    Remains from Chalcolithic and Bronze Age periods are still visible today. Two of the best are at Tulaylat al-Ghassul, near the Dead Sea, and at nearby Bab adh Dhra. At Tulaylat al-Ghassul you can visit the Chalcolithic archaeological site just outside town, and clearly see how homes made of mud bricks dried by the sun would have been positioned around courtyards. At Bab adh Dhra, thousands of tombs dated to the era and containing personal items like jewellery and, of course, new jordans,bones were unearthed during excavation works. The site is still being excavated today and more finds are expected. Amman, Irbid and Pella also all have remains from the era.